If you haven't heard of Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Internet provider US Internet, you will now -- the suburban company has begun rolling out the fastest home Internet available pretty much anywhere in the world. The company began surprising its customers with ridiculous 10 GB per second Internet access, which works out to ten times faster than Google Fiber's much-vaunted gigabit connections and other ultra-fast networks in the UK. The speed of 10 GB per second works out to about 200 times faster the average home Internet connection speeds in the US.
The ultra-fast fiber optic Internet will cost $399 per month, with US Internet promising that it will offer matching download and upload speeds. The lightning-fast Internet is only available to a limited number homes for the time being, but service is expected to be expanded in the summer of 2015.