Google Fiber offering 2-Gbps broadband services in multiple markets

Jan. 26, 2021
New service comes with a Wi-Fi 6 multi-gigabit router and tri-band home mesh network extender.
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Google Fiber has launched 2-Gbps downstream services in Nashville, TN; Huntsville, AL; and Salt Lake Valley and Provo, UT. The new downstream rate pairs with up to 1 Gbps upstream. The service provider is charging $100/month for the fiber to the home (FTTH) service, which it offers without data caps.

To enable subscribers to take advantage of the transmission rates, the new service comes with a Wi-Fi 6 multi-gigabit router and tri-band home mesh network extender. Google Fiber has not signaled whether its other FTTH markets can expect to see similar speed increases. -- Stephen Hardy, Lightwave

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