Google Fiber rolls out 2Gbps service in two US cities – CNET

Google Fiber has made its 2Gbps service “widely available” in Nashville, Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama, the company said Thursday. Fiber conducted tests in those areas earlier this year.

New and existing Google Fiber customers in Nashville and Huntsville can choose between 1Gbps service for $70 a month, or 2Gbps service for $100 a month. The latter is designed for “power users, the latest devices, and advanced smart homes that use lots of internet,” Google said. 2Gbps service comes with the Google Fiber Multi-Gig Router, which uses Wi-Fi 6.

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Google Fiber launched in 2010 with 1Gbps speeds, and now provides internet service in more than a dozen US cities. Customers who aren’t in Nashville or Huntsville can sign up to test 2Gbps service through the company’s Trusted Tester program.

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