The latest news from the Fiber team
Connecting more small businesses to superfast Internet
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
We’ve always believed that small businesses can do big things with superfast Internet. In 2014, we
our Early Access program to bring faster speeds to businesses in our Fiber cities. Since then, we’ve been inspired by what these businesses have been able to do. From a media company that now conducts virtual jam sessions to a coffee house that livestreams their community events, we’ve seen many
unlock new possibilities
with a speedy, reliable connection.
At the same time, we know that businesses come in different shapes and sizes. They have varying needs and would like the flexibility to choose a plan that best fits their needs. That’s why we’re transitioning from the Early Access program and introducing three new plans.
Small businesses in all of our Fiber cities will now be able to pick from speeds ranging from 100 Mbps to 1000 Mbps. We’ve also increased the number of static IP addresses available to a business—up to 13. And we continue to be committed to providing fast, reliable service tailored to the needs of small businesses. Our
is available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Eligible small businesses in Charlotte can now
for one of our new plans. Businesses everywhere can
check their address
and join our list to be among the first to know when we’re available in their area.
Eligible small businesses in Kansas City, Provo, Austin, and Nashville will have until July 31st to sign up under the Early Access program. Beginning August 1, 2016, they’ll be able to choose from one of our new plans or keep their Early Access plan and pricing for a full year.
We can’t wait to see what small businesses will do next with superfast Internet.
Posted by John Shriver-Blake, Product Manager, Google Fiber
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