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Google Fiber Internet speeds and plans

PackageSpeedPriceShop plans
Google Fiber 1 Gig1,000 Mbps$70/mo.*Shop Google Fiber Plans
Google Fiber 2 Gig2,000 Mbps$100/mo.*Shop Google Fiber Plans
Google Fiber 5 Gig5,000 Mbps$125.00/mo.**Shop Google Fiber Plans
Google Fiber 8 Gig8,000 Mbps$150.00/mo.**Shop Google Fiber Plans

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Google Fiber offers a variety of plans at affordable prices. If you’re not a Google Fiber customer and would like to become one, enter your zip code below to find out if Google Fiber is available in your area.

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Google Fiber average internet speed test results:

Average download speed: 176.11Mbps

Average upload speed: 175.73Mbps

Average latency: 27.47ms

Total speed tests: 13,798

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Why is my Google Fiber internet speed slower than advertised?

The speeds Google Fiber advertises are based on the maximum speed the internet connection is capable of, but these are not necessarily the speeds you will get on average. Fiber is a reliable connection, so it’s a good idea to look for other potential bottlenecks between your computer and the fiber network. Are you connecting over Wi-Fi? Are you using a network cable that has a lower speed than your plan? Any of these could result in your computer getting a lower internet speed than your connection supports.

How do Google Fiber internet speed test results compare to competitors?

ProviderAverage download speedAverage upload speedAverage latency
Google Fiber 176.11Mbps175.73Mbps27.47ms
Xfinity 172.78Mbps33.28Mbps23.78ms
AT&T 126.01Mbps114.42Mbps32.97ms

How do Google Fiber advertised internet speeds compare to competitors?

ProviderSpeedPriceShop plans
Google Fiber 1,000–8,000Mbps$70.00–$150.00/mo.View Plans
Xfinity
75 Mbps–2,000Mbps$20.00–$120.00/mo.View Plans
AT&T 25–5,000 Mbps$55.00–$250.00/mo.View Plans

Enter your zip code to see all providers and speeds available in your area.

How much internet speed do you need?

Take our free quiz to see how much internet speed is right for you:

What is a good internet speed?

Internet speedHow fast is this?What you can do
0–5 MbpsVery slowSend emails, search on Google, stream video in SD on one device
5–40 MbpsSlow to moderateStream video in HD on three or four devices, play online games
40–100 MbpsModerate to fastStream easily on multiple devices in HD or 4K, download big files quickly, run several smart devices
100–500 MbpsVery fastStream in 4K on more than five devices simultaneously, download massive files quickly, host a livestream
500–1,000+ MbpsExtremely fastStream in 4K on 10+ devices, run 10+ smart-home devices at a time, do basically anything on lots of devices
1,200–5,000 MbpsFaster than you needOperate a bitcoin-mining farm with two dozen computers, watch Frozen in 4K on 100 devices at the same time

About our Google Fiber internet speed test

The Google Fiber internet speed measures three things:

Download speed: The speed at which your device pulls data from the internet. Usually measured in Mbps or Gbps.

Upload speed: The speed at which your device sends data to the internet. Usually measured in Mbps or Gbps.

Latency (Ping): The time (measured in milliseconds) it takes for a signal to travel from your device to an internet server and back. Lower latency means your connection has a better response time for activities like gaming and livestreams.

How does the Google Fiber internet speed test work?

Our speed test connects to a nearby server and sends test data files back and forth. By comparing how long it takes for different files to go back and forth, the test can determine several different things about your connection. Generally, this reflects the speed of your home’s internet connection, but if there’s another bottleneck in your connection, such as a slow wireless router, this will impact the results of the test.

To get the most accurate measurement of your internet connection, plug your device directly into your router using an ethernet cable, rather than connecting wirelessly. You can also try connecting both ways to find out if your router is able to keep up with your internet connection, or if it might be time to upgrade to a faster router.

Google Fiber internet speed FAQ

How fast are Google Fiber internet speeds?

Google Fiber speeds start at 1Gbps but go up to 8Gbps in some areas.

How do I get faster internet?

If you want faster internet, switching to Google Fiber is a pretty safe bet. If a gigabit connection still isn’t enough, you can upgrade to one of Google’s multigigabit plans if they are available in your area.

Run a search with your zip code below to see what kinds of speeds other providers are offering in your area.

Is fiber better than wireless?

Yes, if you have the option of a fiber connection in your area, it is almost always a better choice than wireless. Fiber has higher speeds and a more reliable connection than any other internet technology. Wireless plans are often cheaper than fiber overall, but fiber will always give you more speed for your dollar.

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