More is less -- Nashville’s new Community Bonus
UPDATE: As of 6:05 PM CT, 10/25/17, the Community Bonus is currently $2 --up an additional dollar in less than 24 hours.
Giving more people access to faster Internet --that’s been the mission since the beginning for Google Fiber, and we’re always exploring new ways to make it a reality, including ways to make superfast Internet more affordable.
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Today, we’re excited to be opening sign-ups in many more Nashville neighborhoods, including portions of Midtown, Edgehill, Sylvan Heights, Acklen Park, Music Row, Hillsboro Village, West End and East Nashville, in addition to areas already open in Sylvan Park, Charlotte Park, The Gulch, Downtown and Germantown . And now, for the first time at Fiber, new and existing residential customers across Nashville can save on their monthly bills by working together.
We call it the Community Bonus. The more people who sign up between now and December 14, 2017, the bigger the Community Bonus becomes. Google Fiber customers will see the Community Bonus as a credit on their monthly bill every month through December 31, 2019 --starting right now! Existing customers will already see a $1/month bonus, and it can only go up from there to save them a bit off their bill every month. All customers on the paid Fiber 1000, Fiber 1000 + TV, Fiber 100, and Fiber 100 + TV are eligible for the bonus --the amount off the Internet is the same regardless of plan.
Existing residential customers in Nashville will be included in the bonus from the very beginning --so the city is already well on its way to making superfast Internet even better for Nashvillians.
Google Fiber wants everyone to be able to make the most of the Internet. We at Google Fiber are excited to see Nashville’s innovators, creators, educators, gamers, caregivers, coders, inspirers, puppy-lovers, bakers, makers and entertainers do what they do best, and save some money while they’re at it! Want to find out if you’re eligible? Check your address at www.fiber.google.com/cities/nashville. Posted by Martha Ivester, Nashville City Manager