Google Fiber isn't coming to Colorado anytime soon.

In a blog post today, Craig Barratt, senior vice president at Google parent company Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) and CEO of Access, the business unit responsible for the Fiber ultra-fast internet-broadband program, outlined changes in the business that include a halt on work for “potential fiber cities."

“For most of our 'potential Fiber cities' — those where we’ve been in exploratory discussions — we’re going to pause our operations and offices while we refine our approaches,” he wrote.

Denver was not listed as a Google Fiber expansion market. The service is already available in nine metros including Kansas City; Austin, Texas; Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C.

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