Google Fiber is hitting the road, this time for Provo, Utah.
The ultra high-speed Internet, which Google calls 100 times faster than the average American user's service, is expected to arrive sometime soon.
The deal isn't finalized yet, though Google revealed in a blog post that it has agreed to buy iProvo, a fiber-optic network owned by the city, and that Provo's city council will vote on the purchase next Tuesday.
If the deal goes through, Provo will be the third location to get Google Fiber and the fourth city to technically have access, after the service launched last summer in Kansas City, Kan. and Kansas City, Mo.
For now, Google hopes to "upgrade [Provo's] network to gigabit technology and finish network construction so that every home along the existing iProvo network would have the opportunity to connect to Google Fiber."
[via CNN Money]