Google Fiber Pricing and Deals

Top Google Fiber internet plans

Best overall

Google Fiber 1 Gig

$70.00/mo.

1,000 Mbps

Data cap: None

Best for speed

Google Fiber 2 Gig

$100.00/mo.

2,000 Mbps

Data cap: None

All Google Fiber internet plans

 

PackagePriceSpeedBuy now
Google Fiber 1 Gig$70.00/mo.1,000 Mbps
Google Fiber 2 Gig$100.00/mo.2,000 Mbps

Best Google Fiber internet deals

Get the 1 Gig plan for $70 per month to have 1,000 Mbps speeds with no data caps and free installation.

About Google Fiber

Google Fiber was one of the first providers to popularize residential fiber internet connections in its limited number of Google Fiber cities. These initial programs were wildly successful, though the company’s progress stalled as expansion to new markets came slowly.1, 2

Fortunately, Google Fiber is once again expanding its network to new cities and neighborhoods. It still offers some of the fastest, most reliable internet plans available—and it does so at a reasonable price.

Why choose Google Fiber?

Google Fiber gives you the speed and reliability of fiber at a price comparable to many DSL and cable plans. It currently offers only two plans, both of which have simple pricing. There are no long-term contracts, hidden fees, or the installation costs.

Pros:

  • Gigabit and multigigabit speeds (1,000–2,000 Mbps)
  • No contracts
  • No hidden fees

Cons:

  • Limited availability

How does Google Fiber compare against competitors?

Google Fiber’s internet costs are on par with or cheaper than most gigabit fiber and cable plans from other providers. Its free professional installation, high-quality equipment, and lack of contracts or hidden fees makes Google Fiber the clear winner in most comparisons.

The biggest drawback of Google Fiber is its limited availability. Google Fiber is available in only a handful of cities across the US. And although that number is expanding, it’s happening slowly.

FAQ

How fast is Google Fiber?

Google Fiber offers two plans, a 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps) plan, and a 2 Gbps (2,000 Mbps) plan. Both plans offer more speed than the average household uses, which makes them good choices for those with very high internet usage.

When will Google Fiber be available in my area?

It might be quite a while before Google Fiber reaches your area, as the service is expanding very slowly. For updates on new Google Fiber cities, you can follow our coverage of the ongoing Google Fiber expansion.

What is Google Fiber Webpass?

Google Fiber Webpass is a service that broadcasts fixed wireless internet for apartments and other high-occupancy buildings. Previously known as Google Webpass, Google Fiber Webpass provides service to landlords and building managers rather than residential customers.

Google Fiber Webpass is a somewhat misleading name, as the service is not a fiber connection, and it is not available in Google Fiber cities.

Sources

  1. Blair Levin and Larry Downes, Harvard Business Review, “Why Google Fiber Is High-Speed Internet’s Most Successful Failure,” September 7, 2018. Accessed March 21, 2022.
  2. Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica, “AT&T Admits Defeat in Lawsuit It Filed to Stall Google Fiber,” November 1, 2017. Accessed March 21, 2022.