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Google Fiber is offering an Internet connection with speeds up to 1,000 megabits per second, along with TV service brought right to your home through a fiber-optic connection.
One gigabit per second (Gbps) is a 1,000 megabits per second (Mbps) connection. With Fiber 1000, you'll get Internet speeds up to 1 Gbps. That means enough bandwidth for everyone in your home—and their devices. Everyone at home can have a super fast connection on their computers, smartphones, tablets, and more—at the same time.
Faster Internet speeds will help revolutionize the web in new ways. Imagine chatting with your doctors or teachers via HD video conference, or collaborating on a work or school project with contributors across the globe in real time. Imagine new online billing applications that don’t freeze. Or automatically saving all of your work to the cloud in a blink of an eye—and not having to worry about losing files in a computer crash. Faster speeds mean more possibilities.
We’ll be able to answer most of your questions via email, phone or online chat. If you would like to talk with someone in person, we would love for you to visit the Fiber Space and speak to our Google Fiber team members.
We build the Fiber network in areas where people want it. Austin is divided into small communities we call "fiberhoods". You can only get Fiber if enough people in your fiberhood show interest. This means reaching its sign-up goal by the deadline. To get service for your home, you need to sign up before the sign-up period for your fiberhood ends. To see the status of your fiberhood and to sign up, check your address . If your fiberhood qualifies, we’ll begin construction in your fiberhood after the sign-up period ends. This process will take some time. Once we’re ready to connect you, we’ll get in touch and schedule a time for a Google Fiber team member to come to your house and install your equipment. If your fiberhood is listed as constructing or constructed, your sign-up period has ended and you cannot sign up for Google Fiber at this time.
Check your address to see when your fiberhood’s sign-up period is open. If your area isn’t open for sign ups yet, enter your address to be among the first to know when you can sign up for service.
Yes we do, and it can be reached at (TTY) 855-764-9300.
We’re focused within the Austin city limits. Visit the fiberhoods page to view specific boundaries and neighborhood definitions.
No way! We want you to use and enjoy your broadband or gigabit connections. There are no caps or limits to the amount of data you can send or receive.
Yes. Both our Network Box and our TV Box include advanced Wi-Fi, designed to give you access to Google Fiber throughout your home.
In order to take full advantage of a Fiber 1000 connection, you’ll need a computer or laptop that supports a gigabit (in geek terms, this means having a 1Gbps 1000BaseT network interface card). Most recently-produced computers and laptops already support gigabit speeds. But if you’re not sure if your computer or laptop does, consult your computer documentation and look for the following terms: 1000baseTx or 1000Mbps or 1Gbps or GigE.
No. Wi-Fi is slower than wired connections. However, the Wi-Fi technology in our Google Fiber Network Box will provide for great connectivity.
Your first TV Box is included with your Fiber 1000 + TV package. However, you can have up to 6 TV Boxes in your home connected to Fiber. Each additional TV Box is $5/month and comes with its own remote control.
No. Fiber TV service is only available with our Fiber 1000 + TV package.
If you want to keep your current TV service and still get Google Fiber, you can. Just pick one of our Internet plans.
Often, users watch video from many different sources: live channels, DVR recordings, video on demand, online streaming and personal content. Google Fiber TV lets you easily watch, search and discover content from all of these places. Combined with a robust channel package and crystal clear high definition, Google Fiber TV is a new and exciting experience.
We’re always working to improve our channel lineup by regularly considering new channels, shows, and other content. To stay up to date with the latest lineup, visit our channels page.
Google Fiber was built to support leading industry standards and should work with devices you have today. If you experience a problem, just let us know.
Currently we support up to 6 TV Boxes.
Please see the channels page for the full channel lineup and details on optional content.
Yes. Google Fiber will offer a wide range of Video on Demand content from a variety of sources.
You can also access Vudu and Netflix directly on the TV box through the built-in player.*
*Viewing Netflix content requires a Netflix unlimited streaming membership. Viewing VUDU content requires a VUDU account; visit vudu.com for more information.
Google Drive lets you back up and access your personal files anywhere: at home, at the office, or on the go. And, with Google Fiber you get an extra terabyte (1024 gigabytes) of storage across Google Drive, Gmail and Google Photos! (That’s a whole lot.) Now your files go everywhere you do. Change a file on the web, on your computer, or on your mobile device and it updates on every device where you’ve installed Google Drive. Share, collaborate, or work alone: your files, your choice. Learn more
A local broadcast channel option is available in a limited offering at a reduced price (subtract $40 per month from Gigabit + TV package). It includes the channels listed in Local section of the channels list, plus C-SPAN, C-SPAN 2, C-SPAN 3, NASA, and QVC (note: not all add-on video packages are available with this option). To request this option or obtain additional information, please contact customer support.
Please double check to make sure you’ve entered the right street name, apartment number and ZIP code. If you still cannot find it you can submit a request to have your address reviewed by our team through the website or else give us a call at (866) 777-7550.
Yes, you can change your service plan at any time. Just go to fiber.google.com, sign in to your Google Account, and choose a new plan selection.
A fiberhood is a smaller community within a city that usually has a few neighborhoods grouped together. We bring service to fiberhoods that meet sign-up goals. You can see which fiberhood your address is in and how many more sign-ups it needs to get Google Fiber by visiting google.com/fiber/austin.
If you’re signed up, we’ll email you with an update when your fiberhood’s sign-up period ends. You can also check your fiberhood’s status at here .
You can see your fiberhood’s progress by visiting our fiberhoods pages.
All fiberhoods are different. They range in size, number of households, and density as well as speed and ease of Google Fiber construction. For example, houses that are spread out (like in the suburbs) require more time, fiber and labor, and therefore can be more difficult to connect than homes in a denser environment. So, in those fiberhoods that are more complicated to build, we wanted to make sure that enough residents want Fiber service. We looked at all of these factors when setting a sign-up goal for a particular fiberhood.
Our goal is to bring customers Google Fiber service as quickly as possible. There are a lot of things which impact this timing including how many people sign up, what the weather is like this year, and when we can start construction in apartments. Once the sign-up period has ended, we’ll let you know if your fiberhood met its goal, and what to expect next, including a more specific estimate on timing. When it’s time to connect your home, we’ll email you as soon as we’re ready to schedule your installation appointment.
To check your fiberhood’s status and sign-up period dates, visit our fiberhoods page and enter your address.
After the sign-up period has ended, the Google Fiber team will determine the build order for qualified fiberhoods. Our goal is to create an order that will bring service to all of our customers as efficiently and quickly as possible.
We’re currently focused on installing all customers who chose their plan before the deadline, and we can’t commit to returning to fiberhoods at this time. If you recently moved in or missed the sign-up deadline for your fiberhood, please sign up for email notifications so we can keep you informed on future developments in your fiberhood.
When you sign up, you will select your service plan. Visit our plans and pricing page for more information on each plan.
No problem. Just go back to google.com/fiber, sign in again, and choose a different plan.
If you sign up and your fiberhood doesn’t meet its goal, we’ll cancel your registration and refund your $10 deposit to the original form of payment.
A deposit of ten dollars ($10) is required to sign-up for Services. Service deposits are non-refundable except in certain circumstances. Please see the Pricing and Fee schedule
Google Fiber is building an entirely new network to bring high-speed Internet and crystal-clear television to your community. Because we are a new provider, we have to install brand new, state-of-the-art fiber optic infrastructure. To learn more about what it takes to build this network, check out our behind-the-scenes blog post here.
We tend to build on a staggered schedule, but you may notice we’re in several neighborhoods at one time. We hope to have construction completed in each neighborhood within a couple of months, but sometimes that timeline has to be a bit longer due to unforeseen issues (weather, access, equipment issues, etc.).
In order to bring Google Fiber to a new city, a whole lot of heavy lifting has to happen. Our carefully-crafted design plans require infrastructure to be built in the entire community, which sometimes requires us to access rights of way or easements that could fall next to or across your property.
Easements and rights of way are certain rights to access and use public and private property. Some state and local laws authorize utilities and other service providers, like Google Fiber, to use rights of way and easements.
We know that construction can sometimes look very messy, but chances are our crews haven’t yet finished building in your neighborhood. Once we complete construction for your entire neighborhood, our crews will come back through to restore your property. If construction work has been completed in your area and you notice that your property has yet to be restored, please give our construction inquiry line a call at 877-454-6959.
A lot of the network we build is placed within areas called easements or rights of way, which are often adjacent to or across private property. We work with the appropriate local authorities to obtain the rights to utilize these locations, just like other service providers (such as water and electric).
Unfortunately, we are unable to move or to care for plants that are in an area where we need to build. Before we come into your neighborhood to build our network, however, we will be sure to leave door hangers so that you have time to move your plants into a safe spot.
Yes! We will leave door hangers before coming to do construction in your neighborhood. Those door hangers also include our contact information should you have any questions or concerns during the construction process.
Building a network is a lot of work, so you may see or hear us working on weekends. Different ordinances and permitting requirements apply to different neighborhoods, so our ability to work in some areas on weekends is based on those regulations.
If you haven’t done so already, you should contact your power/water provider first to make sure your outage is addressed quickly. Please also give our construction support team a call at 877-454-6959.
If you have any concerns whatsoever during the construction process, feel free to reach out to our construction support team at 877-454-6959.
Here’s a basic overview of our construction process. At first, the majority of our work will be outside, getting the Fiber network ready to bring to homes. We’ll be stringing fiber on utility poles, and, in some cases, installing it in the ground. Next, we’ll bring our fiber from the street or easement to the exterior of your house. Once Fiber is connected to the exterior of your house, we’ll contact you to schedule your installation.
On your installation day the first thing we’ll do is drill a small hole in an exterior wall to bring the fiber inside. Then, we’ll cover the hole with a mounted wall plate and install a Fiber Jack on the interior wall. The Fiber Jack, which is about the size of a deck of cards, will convert the fiber into your Internet connection, which will then connect to your Network Box. The Network Box is your Google Fiber router, enabling wired and wireless connectivity to all devices throughout your house. If you are a Fiber 1000 + TV customer, the final installation step will include installing each of the TV Boxes you’ve requested.
Google Fiber Internet service plans include:
• A Fiber Jack, which will bring the fiber connection into your home
• A network device, which will provide wired and wireless connectivity to devices throughout your home.
The Fiber 1000 + TV service also includes:
• A TV Box, which connects your TV to Google Fiber service and includes a traditional remote control
• The ability to connect up to 6 TVs in your home.
Each additional TV Box is $5/month.
- We install Google Fiber on the outside of your home. As we move along our planned route in your area, Google Fiber certified installers will be bringing fiber cables from the street or an easement to the exterior of each Google Fiber home. We do not make appointments for this part of the installation. When we arrive at your home, we will knock on your door or ring your doorbell to let you know we are working on your property. If you are not at home, we will still install the fiber drop. The fiber drop consists of a fiber cable that connects the fiber cables at the street or easement to a small box called the Network Interface Unit (NIU). We attach the NIU to the side of your house, typically next to your existing utilities. If there are utility poles where you live, we will follow the existing electrical drop path and bring fiber from the pole to the NIU. If existing utilities are underground on your property, we will bury the fiber cable underground by digging a trench through your yard from the connector at the street to the NIU.
- We contact you to schedule an in-home installation. Depending on the route, you might have a fiber drop on the exterior of your home quite a while before we contact you to schedule your in-home installation. No need to worry. We will contact you and ask you to schedule your installation appointment as soon as we are ready to do the inside installation. (See Schedule your installation for details about how to schedule your appointment online.) You can learn more about how you can prepare for your inside installation in Prepare for installation).
- We install Google Fiber inside your home. On installation day, your Installation Specialist will arrive right at the start of your appointment. For example, if your appointment is from 1pm to 5pm, the Installation Specialist will arrive at 1pm and will strive to complete the installation no later than 5pm. It all depends on how many TVs you have and the ease or difficulty involved with your inside wiring. The Installation Specialist will install a Fiber Jack inside your home and then will connect the fiber from the NIU to the Fiber Jack through the wall. Then the Installation Specialist will install the other devices that come with your Google Fiber service plan, show you how to use them, and make sure everything is working smoothly. As soon as the inside installation is done, you can start enjoying Google Fiber!
When you get service depends on where you live. We can’t install Fiber for everyone all at once, so we’re making our way through the city in a way that allows us to get Fiber to everyone as quickly as possible. There are a lot of things which impact this timing including how many people sign up, what the weather is like this year, and when we can start construction in apartments. We can’t give you an estimate right now for your particular address. However, when it’s time to schedule your in-home installation, we’ll email you to set up an appointment at a time that’s convenient for you.
If you’re signed up and your fiberhood qualifies, we’ll contact you 2-3 weeks before we are ready to install Fiber in your home.
No, not at this time.
If your appointment is 2 days or more away, you can change your appointment online by signing into your My Fiber account. If your appointment is within the next 2 days, please give us a call at (866) 777-7550, and we can help you reschedule.
Visit My Fiber and sign in with the email address and password associated with your Google Fiber account.
A Google Account lets you access a variety of Google products such as Gmail, Google+, YouTube and Google Fiber. A Google Account helps you have a richer, more personalized experience across Google products.
If you have a Gmail email address, you already have a Google account, and you can sign in at google.com/fiber. If you don’t have a Google Account, you will need one before you can sign up for Google Fiber.
You can sign up for Gmail, Google’s free email service. Anyone—not just Google Fiber customers—can sign up for Gmail. Here is more information about Gmail, including simple steps on how to switch.
If you would like for your new Gmail address to be the email address you use to sign in for Google Fiber, please follow the directions here to add that email to your Google Account.
Please contact us and we’ll help you out.
Sign in to My Fiber at any time to change your plan. You can change your plan by clicking on the Account tab and then selecting “Change plan” underneath your current service plan. To add or remove TV boxes, click on the “Add or Remove TV boxes” link. To update your channel packages, click on the “Add or remove TV packages” link.
At the beginning of each month, you’ll receive your monthly Google Fiber bill in your email inbox. Ten days later, your credit card or debit card (depending on which payment method you’ve selected) will be automatically charged for the next month’s service.
To pay your Fiber bill, we accept credit and debit cards with a Visa®, American Express®, Discover®, or MasterCard® logo, or automatic bank account withdrawal. We do not accept cash or checks. Note: Your signup deposit must be paid with a credit or debit card
No. We will email you an electronic copy of your bill at the beginning of each month.
We have the credit card on file that you used to sign-up and will bill that credit card by default. You may update or change your payment method at any time in your My Fiber account
To cancel, please contact customer support by email, chat or phone. You can reach us by phone at (866) 777-7550.
You can choose any email address you’d like. We suggest you pick an email that you use: you will receive the monthly bills and all important communications from Google through the email tied to your Google Account.
Helpful tip: Make sure you don’t use an email address that will be cancelled if you switch service providers.
The applicable taxes are dependent on your local and state sales tax, as well as the Fiber service plan and additional packages you select. The exact amount will be listed on your monthly bill and is available for you to view at any time in your My Fiber account.
This depends on which Google Fiber package you choose. Here is an overview of all of our plans and pricing. When you sign-up for your plan, you’ll be able to see a full summary of your costs. These plans are subject to taxes and fees, which will vary based on your state and county.
The installation fee covers the cost of connecting your home to the Fiber network. We waive this fee for customers paying a monthly service fee for at least one year.
You will receive an email indicating your payment was declined. Your account will become delinquent, and your service may be suspended if you do not pay your outstanding balance within 40 days.
Your service may be suspended if you do not pay your outstanding balance within 40 days.
You are in complete control and should make this decision based on what you think is best for you and your household. If you sign up using an existing Google Account, you may someday see things like Google Search suggestions or relevant ads when you’re logged in to other Google services like Gmail, YouTube or Google Search, based in part on things like which Fiber programming you or your household members and guests viewed. This could make it easier to keep up with your favorite teams or celebrities. Your activity on other Google services while logged in to the same Google Account might also impact Google Fiber TV services, such as your suggested programming or Fiber TV guide search results.
If you’d prefer not to have Fiber usage impact your existing Google Account, you might consider creating a new Google Account to use for Google Fiber. If you create a new Google Account to use Fiber, it will remain separate from your other Google Accounts—Google does not link your Google Accounts in any way, and Google will not combine or share information between your Google Accounts, unless you chose to. Our goal is simple—to enable you to decide what information we use to make your Google experience even better and more useful for you.
Please contact us if you signed up for Google Fiber using a Google Account which you would now like to change.
Our Terms of Service prohibit running a server for commercial purposes. However, personal, non-commercial usage of servers that complies with our Acceptable Use Policy is acceptable, including using virtual private networks (VPN) to access services in your home, and using hardware or applications that include server capabilities for uses like multi-player gaming, video-conferencing, and home security.
If you choose Google Fiber Internet as your service provider, information from Google Fiber Internet usage (like the URLs of non-Google websites visited or the content of emails sent using a non-Google email account) may be accessible to Google Fiber. This kind of Google Fiber Internet usage information won’t be associated with your Google Account or accessed by Google unless we have your consent to do so or if an applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request requires us to do so.
There is certain technical information—to help manage or maintain your Fiber connection and keep it secure—that may be associated with your Google Account. This includes things like how often and how long the service is used or the amount of bandwidth used. As explained in the Google Fiber Privacy Notice, we will get your consent before using information that is associated with your Google Account in other Google properties.
When you use Google products (like Gmail or Search) while connected to Google Fiber Internet, your information will be treated as usual.
At Google, we are committed to providing you with easy-to-use tools to make sure you are in control of your personal information. You can see and manage personal information that you have provided to Google by logging into your Google Account and going to the Google Account Settings page. You can also use Google’s Ads Preferences Manager to see what data is collected across Google services and manage the way it is used.
Once you’ve signed-up, you will be able to see the information that you provided to sign-up—such as billing address and contact info—on your My Fiber Page. Your My Fiber page will allow you to update your account preferences, review your current and recent invoices, revise your billing and payment information, change or cancel your service and manage your network settings.
The construction fee covers laying fiber to your home. If your residence was not previously connected to the Google Fiber network, you are responsible for construction fees as soon as your residence is connected to the Google Fiber network, regardless of Service activation.
We don’t have any. We won’t make you call us every six months to keep the price you see on the website. You don’t need to cancel and then restart to get a better online offer. No shenanigans; just fast internet and simple service.
You may cancel your Google Fiber service at any time, but you may be required to pay for certain construction fees that were waived as part of the service plan you purchased. If you cancel service before you have paid the entire construction fee, you will be required to pay the outstanding construction fee balance as of the date of such cancellation. If you cancel service please leave the Fiber Jack in place and return your equipment to the Fiber Space. If your services included free or paid-for subscriptions to services other than those provided by Google Fiber (for example, Google Drive), Google Fiber will stop covering the costs of those services at the time your account is terminated or suspended. It will be up to you to work with the provider of those services to determine whether you wish to continue subscribing to those services and how you will pay for them. See the Pricing and Fee Schedule for more details. If you have any additional questions, please give us a call: (866) 777-7550.
Once you subscribe and bring Google Fiber to your property, it stays there. So, when you move, you will have to cancel service so that the new buyer or tenant can sign up. If you want to read about cancellation, please see the question “What happens if I want to cancel my Google Fiber service?” If you move into a new home that already has Google Fiber, then just sign up again!
Google Fiber owns the equipment provided by Google Fiber. If you cancel service please leave the Fiber Jack in place and return your equipment to the Fiber Space. See the Pricing and Fee Schedule for more details. If you have any additional questions, please give us a call: (866) 777-7550.
If you have any problems with your equipment, please contact us. Google Fiber will support the equipment needed to provide the service as long as you keep the service. If you lose or damage one of these devices, you can order a new one at the replacement price, shown in the Pricing and Fee Schedule.
You are responsible for paying your construction fee (see question regarding cancellation). Your new buyer may sign up to be a Google Fiber customer.
Once your house is connected to Google Fiber, you can switch at any time. After you switch to Fiber 100, Fiber 1000, or Fiber 1000 + TV, any remaining construction fee will be waived as long as you do not cancel. If you pre-paid your construction fee in full, we’ll credit you the pro-rated construction fee based on the months remaining in your first year of service.
Yes. Even though a Fiber Jack will be installed into your unit, you will still need to sign up and pick a plan to receive service.
Google Fiber classifies an MDU (multi dwelling unit) as a property complex with 9 or more units.
Thanks for your interest. We’d love to talk with you about bringing Google Fiber to your building. Please contact us and we can give you more details about the agreement that we would need in place to bring Google Fiber to your building.
Once your building is under contract and we have wired your building for Google Fiber, we will reach out to you and let you know the next steps to getting Google Fiber.
It takes a few days for Access Agreements to be processed and reflected on our website. Please check back in a few days.
After your landlord or property manager has signed an agreement with Google Fiber, you may sign up at any time. We will still wire your building and unit, even if you do not sign up with Google Fiber.
Learn more about Google Fiber for Property Managers here.
If required, your landlord or property manager will need to sign a contract with Google Fiber before you can sign up for service. We typically need a contract with property managers of buildings with multiple units. For smaller properties, property managers may need to sign a shorter agreement giving Google Fiber access to the building. You can help by encouraging them to bring Google Fiber to your location.
We typically need a contract with property managers. Once your property manager or HOA signs a contract, individual sign ups by tenants will count towards your fiberhood’s sign-up goal.
Yes! Even though a Fiber jack will be installed into your unit, you still have to choose your plan to activate your connection and become a Google Fiber subscriber. This means selecting a plan - Basic Internet, Gigabit Internet, or Gigabit + TV - and agreeing to the terms and conditions of Google Fiber’s Service.
Your fiberhood needs to qualify and we need to wire your building first. We will communicate throughout the building process and let you know when we anticipate wiring your unit. Once the building construction is done, we’ll reach out to you via email to schedule your service installation.
We will need access to your unit in two separate instances: first for the building installation, and again to bring service to your unit if you sign up for Google Fiber. Additionally, we may access some units for a site survey. For the building installation, construction in your unit will take around 2 - 4 hours. Each unit is diﬀerent, though, so construction time may vary. Your property manager will let us in using the original keys to your unit. If there’s anything else needed to provide us with direct access, let your property manager know. We will notify you in advance of accessing your unit -- during the construction process, we’ll leave two door hangers advising you of the date and time we will be accessing your unit for this portion of the installation. When bringing service to your unit, the typical install time ranges from 1-4 hours. We need the adult with access to your Fiber account to be at home for the service install. We’ll be consulting you on placement of equipment. There are a few parts of installation which include logging into your account. We will contact you via email when it’s time to set up your service installation appointment.
Thanks for your interest. We’d love to talk with you about bringing Google Fiber to your building. Please contact us and we can give you more details about the agreement that we would need in place to bring Google Fiber to your building.
Yes. You will need to sign a Google Fiber Access Agreement to bring Google Fiber to your property.
Yes. Tenants are free to select any service provider available in the building.
If you rent a single family home, it is your responsibility to get permission from your landlord. When you sign the terms of service for Google Fiber, you will be asked to confirm that the property owner has authorized service for your address. Get started by signing up for Fiber.
If you manage a Community Connection site, or are interested in learning more about Google Fiber’s Community Connections program, we’ve got a page just for you. Click here to learn more.
The city of Austin has selected 100 community organizations — to receive a gigabit connection at no cost if their fiberhood qualifies for Google Fiber service. As Austinites start signing up for Google Fiber, they’re also helping these local community organizations get one step closer to getting Fiber. Once we launch in your fiberhood, you can see local Community Connections on your fiberhood map.
Please get in touch with us here.
We offer an Early Access program for small businesses in select areas.
Google Fiber is offering an Internet connection speed that’s up to 1,000 megabits per second.
One gigabit per second (Gbps) is a 1,000 megabits per second (Mbps) connection.
Google Fiber makes everything you already do online go faster. No more endless buffering.
Google Fiber will also revolutionize the web in new ways. Imagine chatting with your clients and colleagues via HD video conference, or collaborating on a work project with contributors across the globe in real time.
Google Fiber is the Internet experience of the future.
If you’re using your Network Box as a router, you can connect up to 128 devices on wired connections and up to 20 devices on your wireless network. If you are you using your own router, the number of devices that you can use will vary.
With speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, Google Fiber brings super fast Internet to your business. This means instant uploads and downloads, HD video conferencing and quick access to the cloud. This allows you to spend less time waiting and more time growing your business.
We’ve launched the Early Access program to allow select businesses to be among the first to get Google Fiber for Small Business. During Early Access, pricing is guaranteed for one year. While not every business will be eligible at this time, we plan to expand the program as we learn and grow. Learn more at google.com/fiber/smallbusiness.
Check to see if your business qualifies by entering your address at google.com/fiber/smallbusiness. Signing up for the Early Access program doesn’t guarantee service to your business. A site survey will determine the feasibility of bringing Fiber to your location. Once the site survey is passed, we’ll schedule a time for installation.
There’s a $10 deposit to sign up for Google Fiber. This deposit will be credited back to your account on your first bill. For one year from your date of installation, Fiber will be $100/month. For more billing details, please check out the Billing section of the FAQ. Prices don’t include additional taxes.
We’re just getting started, so the Early Access program is limited right now. We plan to expand as we learn and grow. We’re keeping track of areas with high interest — you can indicate your interest by signing up for email notifications after you check your address.
The process for getting Google Fiber for your small business is different depending on whether your business is in a single business unit or a multi-tenant unit. For additional details for your business type, please visit our Help Center.
Although we would hate to see you go, you can cancel your Google Fiber service at any time by giving us a call at (855) 418-8326. You will need to return your equipment to your local Service Center. There are no cancellation fees during the Early Access program.
To pay your Fiber bill, we accept credit and debit cards with a Visa®, American Express®, Discover®, or MasterCard® logo, or automatic bank account withdrawal. We do not accept cash or checks. Note: Your signup deposit must be paid with a credit or debit card.
You will receive an electronic invoice at the beginning of each month and you will be automatically billed 10 days later using the payment method in your account.
Google Fiber for Small Business does not include cloud storage at this time.
Yes. If you’re using your own router, please make sure that it fits these recommended specifications. Please note that the Google Fiber support team will not be able to support routers manufactured by third parties.
If you choose to add 5 static IPs to your service, you must use your own router. If you choose to add one or no static IPs, you can also use your own router, but we will provide you with a Google Fiber Network Box that can serve as your router. For more information, please visit our Help Center.
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a unique number assigned to every device on a network. Just as a street address determines where a letter should be delivered, an IP address identifies computers on the Internet. Network devices such as webservers use this address to send the information you requested back to your device. In the case of static IPs if your machine is a webserver the static IP is what identifies it to the rest of the internet. A device can have a static IP address, which means it stays the same over time, or a dynamic IP address, which means the address can change over time.
When you sign up for Google Fiber for Small Business, you can choose to have no static IP addresses (that is, dynamic IPs), 1 static IP, or 5 static IP addresses. If you sign up for 1 or 5 static IP addresses, your confirmation email will include the IP addresses assigned to your account. To figure out what type of IP address is best for your business and how many you need, take a look at this article on our Help Center.
Static IPs have the following fees associated with them: • 1 static IP - $20/month: includes an IPv4 address and a /56 IPv6 subnet • 5 static IP - $30/month: includes a /29 IPv4 subnet and a /56 IPv6 subnet There are may also be additional taxes associated with Static IPs depending on your location.
We’re working as quickly as possible to bring Google Fiber to your business. We’re still evaluating the results of the site survey but we don’t yet have a specific timeframe for your installation.
Yes, you may wait to select an installation appointment, in which case we will notify you when more appointments are available on later dates. However, Google Fiber may terminate your service if there are excessive delays in scheduling installation.
Service not available in all areas.