Google Fiber is a high-speed Internet service provided by Google in selected cities in the United States. Google Fiber is expanding into areas to provide Giga speeds to its users. In a recent expansion announcement, Google Fiber began offering service to its first Arizona customers in Mesa’s Westwood neighborhood. These customers will also be the first Google Fiber customers to experience Google Fiber’s 8 Gig service, Google’s fastest service.
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Google Fiber 8 Gig service
For the first time, residential customers can sign up and experience Google Fiber’s 8 Gbps service for $150 per month. According to the statement, Google Fiber’s 8 Gig service offers symmetrical download and upload speeds of up to 8,000 Mbps with a wired connection, along with a Wi-Fi 6 router and up to two mesh extenders. In addition, residential users can also choose Google Fiber’s 1 Gbps service for $70 per month, the 2 Gbps service for $100 per month, or the 5 Gbps service for $125 per month. All Google Fiber Giga plans offer symmetrical upload and download speeds.
Business gig plans
Local businesses have Business 2 Gig service for USD 250 per month or Business 1 Gig service for USD 100 per month. Google Fiber said it continues to build its network in Mesa and is just the beginning of Google Fiber in Arizona.
In another recent update a few days ago, Google Fiber announced it’s coming to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Council Bluffs joins West Des Moines and Des Moines as Iowa’s third Google Fiber community. Google Fiber aims to begin construction by the end of this year and provide services to the first customers in Council Bluffs within the next year.