Google's offer's free TiSP (Toilet Internet Service Provider) service is a prank announcement made by Google on April Fool's Day in 2007. It claimed to offer free high-speed internet connection through household toilets using a network of fiber-optic cables. However, the service was not actually available and was intended as a joke.
No, the free TiSP service was a prank announcement and was not actually available. It was intended as a joke by Google on April Fool's Day in 2007.
Google is known for its creative and humorous April Fool's Day pranks. The announcement of the free TiSP service was one of the many jokes that Google has played on this day. It was meant to be a lighthearted and playful way for Google to engage with its audience.
Yes, many people fell for the prank announcement about the free TiSP service. Google released a statement on the same day, clarifying that the service was not real and apologizing to anyone who may have been fooled by the announcement.
No, there is no actual service similar to the free TiSP service offered by Google. It was a prank announcement and there is no technology currently available to provide internet connection through household toilets.