Google Fiber is offering a plan for small businesses

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Google Fiber is slowly but surely getting into the hands of people who are wanting high speed internet that they aren’t currently getting. At the moment only a handful of cities have the service, and a handful of cities are currently in progress of getting it. Yesterday Google Fiber posted on their blog that they are providing 3 different plans for small businesses and breaking away from the Early Access program that was currently in place.

The plans themselves aren’t too bad, especially if you’re a small company that doesn’t have a whole lot of employees. The lowest rate plan being offered is the Fiber Business 100 which is $70 per month and will provide you up to 100 Mbps for upload and downloads with no data cap. The network box will be included with high performance Wi-Fi, gigabit routing and firewall protection, and you can add up to 13 static IPs  for an additional cost. The next plan is Fiber Business 250 for $100 per month, which will provide you up to 250 Mbps upload and download speeds, still with no data caps. Again, the network box will be included and up to 13 static IPs can be added. The last plan is Fiber Business 1000 for $250 per month will giving you a whopping up to 1,000 Mbps upload and download speeds. That speed will will back up 100GB of data in 2 minutes. Once again, the network box is included and can get 13 static IPs.


If you’re an eligible small business is in Charlotte, NC, you have the ability to sign up now for one of the three new plans. Eligible small businesses in Kansas City, Provo, Austin, and Nashville will have until July 31st to sign up under the Early Access program. After that, businesses in those cities will be able to choose from one of Google’s new plans or keep their Early Access plan and pricing for a full year.

If you’re a small business and in the cities mentioned above, do you plan on getting Google Fiber for your company? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: Google
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