Google Fiber launches new plans for SMBs

By : |July 13, 2016 0

Connectivity is the core of any business today and for connectivity one needs a good internet plan. Understanding this need, Google Fiber has launched three new plans for its “superfast Internet” to ensure flexibility and choice among small to large business clients. The tech giant aims at offering its web services to businesses of all shapes and sizes.

CIOL Google Fiber launches a trio of new plans for SMBs

The first plan at $70 offers 100 Mbps upload and download speeds, the second one at $100 for 250 Mbps and last one at $250 for 1,000 Mbps speeds. Not just this, the company has also increased the number of static IP addresses a business can have, up to 13. Small businesses that are eligible for these plans, like those in Charlotte can go ahead and sign up for the new plans, but if you’re not located there you can check and see Google’s list of upcoming Fiber areas to see when it would be available for you.

There’s good news for small business owners in Kansas City, Provo, Austin and Nashville who can sign up until 31st July as part of the Early Access program for Google Fiber, and starting on August 1st they can take advantage of Early Access pricing for a year or one of the new plans available to them. We hope these rollouts continue for the foreseeable future for residential users as well!

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