Google is a whiny, ignorant, wet-behind-the-ears prima donna headed for a reckoning at the hands of the heroic ATT.
At least that’s the story the telecommunications behemoth is telling, in a humorous but pointed poke in the eye to Google, delivered via a blog post.
Google and ATT have been battling over Google’s attempts to access, for its Google Fiber ultra-high-speed internet service, utility poles ATT and other Google competitors control.
It is amid this high-stakes fight over super-speedy internet that ATT’s blog post comes. “Between 2011 and 2015, while Google Fiber was cutting its teeth on fiber, ATT invested over $140 billion in its network, building to over one million route miles of fiber globally and deploying ultra-high-speed fiber-fed GigaPower broadband services, reaching over a hundred cities,” said the post by ATT vice-president of federal regulatory issues Joan Marsh. “Google Fiber will no doubt continue its broadband experiments, while coming