Public IPv4 is back for YOU!
Thanks to our friends at Google Fiber, we are delighted to announce that Webpass now controls additional public IPv4 addresses. We are currently in the process of rolling them out to all residential customers. Y…Read more
Webpass goes Mile-High with the last mile
Webpass is adding a new pin to the map today: Denver. The company has identified its first apartment community to receive Webpass service. Residents across the Mile-High City, whose buildings are wired with Ethernet, will be able to contact Webpass and sign up for superfast Internet service — up …Read more
More places to grab gigabit, with Webpass
When you go to the Google Fiber map today, you will notice it has a new hue: Webpass green.
Since we announced that we are a part of the Google Fiber family last year, we’ve been working together in…Read more
A Great Day!
Webpass Inc is now officially part of the Google Fiber family! I’d like to thank everyone at Google Fiber for welcoming our staff, our brand, and our culture so warmly. We are very excited to join forces and remain dedicat…Read more
We’re growing quickly here at Webpass, and recently hired several new Account Executives to join our team.
These newbies spent their first week in our San Francisco headquarters going through a sales training bootcamp we affectionally …Read more
Google Fiber agrees to acquire Webpass
We have exciting news to share: Google Fiber has entered into an agreement to acquire Webpass. Google Fiber and Webpass share a commitment to creating fast, abundant Internet connectivity in the U.S. By joining force…Read more
The Future is Here. Announcing 400 Beale is Fiber Ready!
Our fiber installations in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco continue to be rolling out at a steady pace. This week we installed a NEW 10 Gbps fiber optic cable at 400 Beale in San Francisco. With this upgrade, our customers at 400 Beal…Read more
Service Outages - We don't like them either!
Yesterday we had a service outage in San Diego which affected all of our customers in that market for just over 8 hours.
Everyone at Webpass works very hard to avoid service outages, which means it takes a lot for an outage to happen in…Read more
It's time for a change...check out Change.org
Update: While we still think more needs to be done to remove barriers to competition, this particular drive is now over.
We’d love your support. Check out our San Francisco Needs Better Internet petition…Read more
Webpass advocates for better Internet in San Francisco
On March 17th, Charles Barr, President of Webpass, addressed the San Francisco Planning Commission with a proposal for a new Internet Franchise Ordinance that provides a comprehensive and standardized process for all Internet infrastructure.Read more