google fiber available
Google Fiber is only available in select US cities. Google Fiber is part of the Access division of Alphabet Inc. It provides fiber-to-the-premises service in the United States, providing broadband Internet and IPTV to a small and slowly increasing number of locations. Google Fiber Webpass is offered in Denver, Chicago, Miami, Nashville, Austin, Seattle, and Oakland, San Diego and San Francisco, California. It has all the perks of traditional Google Fiber service, such as competitively priced gigabit plans, free installation, free equipment and no contracts.
Google Fiber is only available in select US cities. If you live in an eligible address, you will have to complete a two-step process to sign up: sign up for Fiber service and schedule an installation appointment. Sometimes, there’s a waiting period between when you sign up for Fiber and when it is installed in your home based on the stage of Fiber construction in your area.
To sign up for Google Fiber:
- Visit fiber.google.com.
- Select Check Eligibility or the map icon Place marker, then enter your address and zip code.
- If you’re eligible, follow the on-screen instructions to start the sign-up process. You’ll choose your plan, agree to our terms of service and enter a payment method.
Google Fiber Availability Map
Google Fiber is available in 13 cities, existing in major metropolitan areas across 10 states. Google Fiber Webpass cities those with Ethernet-based internet that doesn’t require a modem — include seven metros in five states.
Google Fiber Webpass availability includes San Diego, San Francisco, and Oakland, California. Other cities with Google Fiber Webpass include Chicago, Denver, Miami, and Seattle. The availability of Webpass in these areas includes only apartments, condominiums, and businesses. It excludes consumers living in single family homes.
For Google Fiber customers, offerings also include Wi-Fi, home phone, and TV services. Google Fiber Webpass customers, on the other hand, have broadband access only. At the same time, Webpass users in Miami and Chicago can add a Google Wi-Fi mesh device to incorporate wireless connectivity to broadband service.
Current Google Fiber cities:
Google Fiber offers one of the fastest and most highly rated internet connections in the country, but its availability is limited to a handful of cities. Fortunately, Google Fiber has begun to expand its footprint by adding new cities to its network. Google Fiber has been slowly expanding in Salt Lake City, Utah, for several years. Now it’s extending its network into many of the neighboring cities in the Salt Lake Valley.
Although the list of currently announced new cities is still relatively short, Google Fiber is also expanding its network within current Google Fiber cities. For example, in early 2021, Google Fiber expanded into four more neighborhoods in Austin, Texas: Allandale, North Loop, Mueller, and North Shoal Creek. As it expands its network in Austin, Google Fiber plans to add more neighborhoods in the near future.
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