Google Fiber Is no Worry for Verizon and AT&T


Shares of both AT&T and Verizon have been under pressure this week after an analyst predicted that Google Fiber would be a big competitor long term. But it may take a decade for Google to build out enough infrastructure to be a big competitor with either company, and that still doesn't make a dent in the cash-cow wireless business. Analyst Travis Hoium discusses the biggest reasons why investors shouldn't worry about Google Fiber right now in the video below.

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