Sorry, but Webpass stinks, particularly in multi-unit installations. No way can/do they deliver the bandwidth that they promise, particularly in multi-unit housing.
OK, not really STINKS, but "meh", except when it isn't working for a few days.
That said, they do deliver fiber to some buildings - the ones on which they site their antennas. They are probably OK in those buildings. But of course, then they are/were no different than the original Google Fiber concept.
A friend who owns apartment buildings put in WebPass and gives his tenants free Internet. I made him under-promise, so his rental listings only claim 50mbps. He is happy, his tenants are happy, as he only has about 40 units, and his tenants aren't expecting the 500mbps that they can't deliver to every one of them at peak times. They get free basic Internet, and as many of them then won't want/need cable, it saves some wear/tear on move-ins/move-outs with no need for the Cable Guy.
They will double-up transceivers in a larger installation if they get complaints.