Google Fiber spreads its services to Nashville after its announcement before 15 months, spreading Fiber-Internet.
The plan starts for $50 around. Nashville provides with a speed of one GB per second which is 100 times faster than the regular internet where Americans also have. There are more than three thousand miles of Fiber supply still in process.
A famous professional health expert, Dave Gilbert stated that this Speed will help to track and enhance health Technology.
— Google Fiber (@googlefiber) April 27, 2016
Gilbert explained, “It’s exciting to be in Nashville right now for many reasons, the startup community is a huge part of that and to see us get the attention from Google to be one of the first fiber cities and to come in and to make it possible for startups’ and businesses. The other firms and residents to have this kind of service is fantastic.”
How much will Google Fiber cost?
- For 100Mbps/Sec: $50/ month
- For 1000 Mbps/Sec: $70/ month
- For 1000Mbps/Sec plus TV: $130 a month (DVR, 150+ channels)
- All the above plans are with free Installation
About Google Fiber starts their service to contributing Super-fast Internet that up to 1000 Megabits per second. Fiber is 100X faster than your current ISP.
A TV like no other offers you more than 150 channels, movies on demand, etc., all you need to do is the Smart search to tune to your favourite program and Crystal clear HD TV, Cutting Edge DVR, and a better way to control you TV.
Now You can Find Best Time for Meeting Using Google Calendar new feature
Google offers Fiber Phone with affordable ranging starts from $10/ month and Visual Voicemail.
Google Fiber offers one TB of cloud storage where you can backup and access your files from anywhere in the World and thus providing to connect to a Powerful Wi – Fi router with latest standards (802.11a/ b/ g/ n/ a).
The potential fiber cities are Chicago, Irvine, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Louisville, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Jose, and Tampa.
The upcoming fiber cities are Charlotte, Huntsville, Raleigh-Durham, Salk Lake City, San Antonio, and San Francisco.
The Current Fiber cities are Atlanta, Austin, Kansas City (MO), Kansas City (KS), Nashville, and Provo.