googleIf you’re a frequent Starbucks WiFi user, you probably know that they’ve been using At&t to provide their free WiFi services since they started offering it to their customers. All of that is about to change as Starbucks has signed a new agreement, making Google their new partner for WiFi.

Starbucks said that Google, in conjunction with Level 3 Communications, will now be providing Wi-Fi service in Starbucks’ U.S. locations that’s up to 10-times faster than the current service powered by AT&T.

The new WiFi will appear in new Starbucks locations over the next month, then they will be rolling out the service to the other 7,000 US locations over the next 18 months, targeting the busiest stores first.