Google Fiber launches 5Gbps service for $125 per month

Google Fiber launches 5Gbps service
Google Fiber launches 5Gbps service

It supports symmetrical downloads and uploads, although it is currently only accessible in four cities.

Google Fiber, which began testing 5Gbps internet plans in October, is now releasing them. The service will initially cover four cities, but Google says it will expand to more places later this year for $125 per month.

The new package is now available in Kansas City, West Des Moines, and Fiber cities in Utah. It offers symmetrical upload and download rates, a 10 Gig Fiber Jack (the little box where the fiber line enters your home), expert installation, a Wi-Fi 6 router, and up to two mesh network extenders.

In addition, the corporation just announced its first network expansion in years. But, perhaps more importantly, it reestablishes Fiber as an industry disruptor, forcing competitors to enhance speeds and (perhaps) cut costs on existing plans.

Google also stated that Fiber’s 8Gbps option, which was also revealed late last year, will be available “soon.” Asymmetrical uploads and downloads will also be available through this service.

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