Google Fiber Eliminates 100Mbps Plan For New Prospects

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Google Fiber, the division of Google mum or dad firm Alphabet that gives fiber-to-the-premises service within the U.S., will now not promote 100Mbps broadband plans to new clients. From a report: In a weblog submit this morning, Fiber introduced that it will solely supply gigabit (1,000Mbps) plans going ahead in all 18 areas the place it is launched so far. The gigabit plan’s pricing — $70 per thirty days — will not change, nor will its phrases. (There isn’t any knowledge cap or throttle to talk of.) And beginning tomorrow, Fiber will roll out a partnership with YouTube that’ll let clients join YouTube TV on the similar time they join Google Fiber. Google Fiber acknowledges that it is a considerably self-serving transition.

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