You said anywhere in the world. Bad idea.
Part one of our package: Hong Kong's $20 1Gbps FTTH line.
»www.fiercetelecom.com/story/hong ··· 11-06-07
Since Google locks you into a 2 year contract, you've got a pool of $2880 + taxes and fees to work with. For convenience, I'll ignore the taxes and fees in this calculation. $20*24=$480, $2880-$480=$2400.
I'm not very knowledgeable on current TV pricing, so I'll set aside $50 for that. $50*24=$1200. $2400-$1200=$1200
Current price of a 2TB drive? $90 to $110, so let's pick..$100. $1200-$100=$1100.
Oh yeah, 1TB of online storage. $30/mo can get you a full VPS with 1TB of RAID'd storage, 10TB on fair-share of a gigabit, and 512MB RAM. Even better than Drive! The example provider in this case is BuyVM, who charges for 10 months if you order for 12. In this case, that's $30*(12-10*2=20), so $600. $1100-$600=$500!
Oh yeah, Google gives you a router too. Don't worry, $200 should buy you a high-end router without any issues. $300 left!
A Nexus 7? $200. $100 left!
Hey look! For $100 less than what you'd pay for Google Fiber over two years, you can get:
1Gbps internet (same as Google)
$50/mo to spent on dedicated TV service from whoever sells TV in Hong Kong (same or greater than Google)
A 2TB drive to store your media on (same as Google)
A 512MB/1TB/10TB@1Gbps VPS for 24 months, which should give you better performance than with Google, and can do quite a bit more than just store files (better than Google)
$200 to spend on a router you can get a VERY good router for $200, quite certainly one better than Google
A brand new Nexus 7 (same as Google)
You asked for it. Maybe next time you won't say "anywhere in the world".