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Google Fiber is offering an Internet connection with speeds up to 1000 Mbps. And you can add home phone service to any of our plans for $10/month (plus taxes and fees).
One gigabit per second (Gbps) is a 1000 Mbps (Mbps) connection. With Fiber 1000, you’ll get Internet speeds up to 1 Gbps. That means enough Internet 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.
Yes we do offer a Text Telephone line and it can be reached at (TTY) 855-764-9300. Note that we are only able to respond to Google Fiber related inquiries and cannot offer assistance for other Google products. For assistance with other Google products such as Gmail and AdWords use (650) 253-0000.
We're bringing Fiber to a few apartments and condos in Orange County to start, and we'll be opening sign-ups in these buildings on an ongoing basis. To stay updated on our progress, check your address on our website. That way you'll be among the first to know when we have more to share.
No way! We want you to use and enjoy your super fast Internet. There are no caps or limits to the amount of data you can send or receive.
Yes. Your network device includes powerful 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. Learn more about what affects Wi-Fi speeds.
No. Wi-Fi is slower than wired connections. However, the Wi-Fi technology in our Network Box will provide for great connectivity.
If you want to keep your current TV service and still get Google Fiber, you can. Just pick one of our Internet plans.
Yes. Google Fiber offers a wide range of entertainment On Demand. If you have an account with either Vudu and Netflix, you can access them through the built-in player in your TV Box.
Fiber Phone is a service that allows you to make and receive home phone calls using your Fiber Internet connection. With Fiber Phone you can use your existing number or choose a new one. You can add it to eligible Fiber plans for $10 per month (plus taxes and fees). It comes with everything you’d expect from a home phone, like caller ID, voicemail, affordable international rates and 911 service. To learn more about Fiber Phone, please visit our Help Center.
Calls to the US and Canada are free, and international calls are charged at Google Voice’s affordable rates. Charges for international calls made from your home phone will be added to your monthly Fiber bill. International calls made from Hangouts either on your mobile device or desktop computer will require additional credits in Google Voice. Please visit our Help Center to learn more about Fiber Phone.
You can keep your current number, or pick a new one. If you want to keep your current number, just follow a simple transfer process during sign-up.
No. Like most Voice over Internet Protocol services, Fiber Phone requires an Internet connection and power. Service will be unavailable during a power outage unless you set up a battery backup or Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) in your home. If you do purchase a UPS, make sure your FIber Phone Box and all of the required equipment from your Internet provider are plugged into the UPS.
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 (844) 363-4237. You can also visit our Help Center to learn more about signing up for Google Fiber.
We're bringing Fiber to apartments and condos in Orange County to start. Once we have an agreement with your property manager, and have constructed your building's connection to the Fiber network, we'll open sign-ups for you and your neighbors. To stay updated on our progress, check your address on our website. That way you'll be among the first to know when we have more to share. Learn more on our Help Center.
Yes. Even though your unit will be connected to the Fiber network, you will still need to sign up and pick a plan to receive service. Learn more on our Help Center.
We’ll reach out by email when it’s time to schedule your installation appointment, so be sure to regularly check the email address associated with your Fiber account. Please note if you live in a single family home, it may take time before we can schedule your installation appointment. This is because we’ll first need to lay our fiber all the way to the outside of your home. To learn more, visit our Help Center.
Google Fiber Internet 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.
No, but it may be an option in the future.
Please contact us and we’ll help you out.
If multiple plans are available in your area, you can sign in to your account on the Fiber website 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.
At the beginning of each month, you’ll receive your monthly Google Fiber bill in your email inbox. Fifteen days later, your credit card or debit card (depending on which payment method you’ve selected) will be automatically charged for that 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.
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 by signing into your account on the Fiber website.
You can use any email address you’d like. We suggest using an email address you regularly check since you will receive your monthly bills and all important communications at the email address tied to your Google Fiber account.
Helpful tip: Make sure you don’t use an email address that will be cancelled if you switch service providers.
This depends on which Google Fiber package you choose. 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.
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.
Fiber Phone customers will see charges for their phone service on their Fiber bill. You’ll pay a flat $10/month rate (plus taxes and fees) at the beginning of the month for that month’s service. You may also generate charges for international calls, which will appear on your next monthly bill.
It’s entirely up to you whether you use an existing Google Account or create a new one. If you use 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 shows. Your activity on other Google services while logged in to the same Google Account might also impact your suggested programming or TV guide search results on Fiber TV.
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 Account page. Your Account 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.
At Google, one of our goals is to provide users with the strongest security, privacy policies and tools in the world. Any information that you provide to Google, or that Google collects, will be safely stored and protected by our tried and tested security tools and experts who work around the clock to protect your information. When you sign in to your Google Account, we turn on SSL encryption for you by default to protect your information from being snooped on by others. At Google, we know that part of keeping your data safe is making sure it is always available to you when you want it. We work hard to make Google the best service you can rely on, with security and privacy features that are on 24-7 and working for you.
You may cancel your Google Fiber service at any time. If you cancel service, please leave the Fiber Jack in place and return your equipment to the Customer Service Center. 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 cancelled 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 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 Fee Schedule.