Google Fiber Plans and Pricing

Google Fiber
Gigabit + TVby Google Fiber
starting at $130.00 per month for 12 months
Download: 1000 mbps
Upload: 1000 mbps
$130.00 / mo.
Basic Internetby Google Fiber
  • Installation Fee: $300.00
  • Download: 5 Mbps
  • Upload: 1 Mbps
starting at $25.00 per month for 12 months
$25.00 / mo.
$70.00 / mo.
Lowest Price
Lowest Price
$25.00
Average Price
Average Price
$47.50
Highest Data Cap
Highest Data Cap
Fastest Download
Fastest Download
1000mbps

Availability Overview

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Google Fiber offers Internet service to approximately 321,314 people in 84 cities over 7 states.

Google Fiber offers Internet service via the following technology: Fiber

Google Fiber is available in 7 states.

Top 10 cities serviced by Google Fiber

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Austin, TX1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Kansas City, MO1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Kansas City, KS1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Olathe, KS1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Provo, UT1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Grandview, MO1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Washington, MO1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Stanford, CA1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Buda, TX1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber
Bonner Springs, KS1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber

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