Google Fiber

Plans starting at

$ 70 /mo
    Google Fiber is a broadband internet service that uses fiber optics to provide blazing fast connection speeds. Google boasts it offers up to 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) upload and download speeds, which is equivalent to 1,000 Mbps. That far surpasses the U.S. national average fixed broadband speeds of 96.25 Megabits per second (Mbps) for downloads and 32.88 Mbps for uploads. But before you drop your current internet provider, take note: Google Fiber is currently only available in 18 cities across the U.S. If you live outside these service areas, you'll be out of luck until Google Fiber expands its services.

    What You Need to Know

    Plans start at

    $70/mo

    Google Fiber Internet Speeds

    • from 5 Mbps
    • Up to 1,000 Mbps

    Internet offers vary by location

    Google Fiber Internet Availabilty

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    Contracts

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    All Google Fiber Products

    • internet
    • phone

    Internet Packages

    Google Fiber Internet 5 - 1,000 MBPS

    Plans Include

    • No contract
    • Unlimited data

    Plans starting at
    $ 70 /mo for months


    Call to Order 1-877-387-6961

    Google Fiber internet packages

    Fiber 1000

    For residential homes, Google Fiber now offers only one package — Fiber 1000. This is a fiber optics plan that gets you up to 1 Gbps —  that’s 1,000 Mbps — upload and download speeds. With that much connection power, you can easily download full movies, albums or whatever other content you desire without a problem. Google also notes you can stream on 20+ devices at a time without a hitch, which is great if you’re a truly connected family that’s running tablets, smartphones, TVs and laptops all at once. Also, if you have any issues connecting a device, this plan comes with 24/7 customer support.

    There are a few other perks when choosing this plan. You’ll be granted unlimited data, which is kind of a must when you’re dealing with such high speeds. This means you won’t have to limit how much streaming, gaming or downloading you do. Google also provides one terabyte (TB) of free cloud storage, giving you the perfect place to save all of your music, movies, ebooks, photos and more.

    The Google Fiber price is inclusive of many fees that other companies charge, as you won’t have to pay for your router, modem, WiFi or installation. You’ll even have access to additional network controls at no extra cost. Best of all, you don’t need to sign a contract, so if you try it for a few months and find you don’t like it, there won’t be any hurdles to jump through to cancel your service. Keep in mind If you’re in a different area or you’re a business customer, your prices may vary.

    Pros & cons of Google Fiber

    There are many advantages of using Google Fiber, including:

    • Blazing fast download and upload speeds of up to 1 Gbps.
    • Unlimited data so you won’t have to keep track of your usage.
    • No contract, so you can cancel whenever you’d like without penalty.

    As with any internet service provider, there are some downsides to Google Fiber, including:

    • There’s only one speed option available, and for most casual internet users, 1 Gbps is unnecessarily fast.
    • Google Fiber is only available in 18 cities, and the company hasn’t announced any current expansion plans.

    If your residence isn’t already wired for Google Fiber, you may need to pay a $300 construction fee.

    Included Features

    1 TB of free cloud storage

    While all Google Drive users already get 15 gigabytes of free storage, you can up that to 1 TB of space when you sign up for Google Fiber. With this space on Google Drive, you can store your music, videos, photos and more, and access them across all your devices.


    Unlimited data

    Google Fiber comes with unlimited data, which means unlimited access to high-speed internet.

    Free router and modem

    All new Google Fiber customers will get a free Network Box that allows them to connect their devices to the internet. You can plug in your computer using a wired Ethernet connection or create a wireless network for your mobile devices.


    Google Fiber In your area

    Google Fiber locations are spread across the U.S. in an effort to provide service to as many customers as possible. While you can see the list of cities with Google Fiber services below, you can also check to see if your specific address is eligible here. Atlanta, GA, Austin, TX, Charlotte, NC, Chicago, IL, Denver, CO, Huntsville, AL, Kansas City, MO, Miami, FL, Nashville, TN, Oakland, CA, Orange County, CA, Provo, UT, San Antonio, TX, San Diego, CA, San Francisco, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, Seattle, WA and The Triangle, NC.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Google Fiber internet starts at $70 per month for residential customers. That amount includes use of Google's router/modem, as well as installation. Business customers may have to pay more.

    In select cities, Google Fiber operates as a service called Webpass. Rather than providing a wired connection for each home, Webpass operates by creating an Ethernet network and sharing it with local residences. It costs the same as Google Fiber at $70 per month.

    Google claims you can use more than 20 devices at the same time on a Google Fiber network. That means even large families should have no problem accessing the internet all at once.

    Considering its industry-leading speeds, relatively low cost and no-contract service, Google Fiber is definitely worth it for those who live in the service area. And with the ability to bundle TV and phone services, you can unite all of your entertainment and communication products with one company.