Price: $70.00/mo.

Download Speed: 1,000–8,000 Mbps

Stellar fiber internet performance

Unlimited internet data

No contracts

For the first 24 months with No Term Agreement. Includes $10/mo automatic payments and paperless billing discount.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Is Google Fiber Good for Internet and Home Phone Services?

In contrast to established fiber-optic internet providers Google Fiber stands out as it isn't an offshoot of a longstanding telecom company—unless you consider Google's 24-year-old search engine as vintage. Users in its coverage areas praise Google Fiber for its speed, affordability, and performance, along with the straightforwardness of its internet service. However, unlike widespread fiber competitors like Verizon Fios, CenturyLink, and AT&T, Google Fiber has limited geographical availability, currently serving only 23 states in the United States.


Deals on Google Fiber

Eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)? Save up to $30 monthly on your Google Fiber internet bill. For details on this government subsidy, visit Google Fiber's ACP info page or consult our low-income internet guide. Moreover, Google Fiber includes complimentary perks such as free installation, zero additional equipment charges, and no contractual obligations. Sometimes, the best deal is the straightforward one.

Google Fiber Internet Plans and Bundles

Packages Price* Download speeds Upload speed up to Details
1 Gig $70.00/mo. 1,000Mbps 1,000Mbps
2 Gig $100.00/mo. 2,000Mbps 1,000Mbps
5 Gig* $125.00/mo. 5,000Mbps 5,000Mbps
8 Gig* $150.00/mo. 8,000Mbps 8,000Mbps

Google Fiber employs fiber-optic lines that transmit data through ultra-thin glass fibers, departing from the conventional copper wires used in cable and DSL (telephone line) internet. Like other fiber internet providers, this architecture yields speeds up to 100 times faster than cable and DSL connections, along with reduced occurrences of neighborhood slowdowns during peak usage hours. Although Google has initiated the introduction of its 5 Gig and 8 Gig internet plans, they are not universally accessible in every Google Fiber city yet.

Final Take: Is Google Fiber worth it?

Though we wish for broader availability—its U.S. expansion has decelerated since its 2016 debut—Google Fiber remains a formidable internet option. We appreciate Google Fiber's uncomplicated plan pricing and no-contract policy nearly as much as its remarkable download speeds (almost). If Google Fiber is accessible in your vicinity, we strongly recommend giving it a try.

Google Fiber Homephone Plan

Provider Price starting from Details
Google Fiber $10.00 /m

Google Fiber Internet Equipment

With Google Fiber 1 Gig, you can use your Wi-Fi router or opt for Google Wifi, a mesh Wi-Fi system ideal for larger homes. The 2 Gig plan includes a Wi-Fi 6 router and mesh extender. A Fiber Jack, functioning as an ONT, converts in-home fiber-optic signals. Both the ONT and Network Box are part of the Google Fiber bill at no extra cost, and installation is free, whether professional or self-installation.


  • In which locations is Google Fiber accessible?

    Google Fiber is currently fully accessible in 20 major U.S. cities, primarily in urban areas. Ongoing construction is in progress for the next three locations in Des Moines, IA, Lakewood, CO, and Mesa, AZ. The complete list of Google Fiber cities, upon full integration, includes:

    • Atlanta, GA
    • Austin, TX
    • Charlotte, NC
    • Chicago, IL
    • Denver, CO
    • Des Moines, IA
    • Huntsville, AL
    • Kansas City, KS
    • Kansas City, MO
    • Lakewood, CO
    • Mesa, AZ
    • Miami, FL
    • Nashville, TN
    • Oakland, CA
    • Orange County, CA
    • Provo, UT
    • San Antonio, TX
    • San Diego, CA
    • San Francisco, CA
    • Salt Lake City, UT
    • Seattle, WA
    • The Triangle, NC
    • West Des Moines, IA
  • Can you use your own Wi-Fi router with Google Fiber?
    While Google Fiber's 2, 5, and 8 Gig plans include a router, you can utilize your third-party Wi-Fi router as long as it can handle the ONT Ethernet converter's incoming speed of 1,000 Mbps.
  • Is Google Fiber still available?
    Yes, Google Fiber is still active and provides fiber-optic internet service for both homes and offices, offering four available plans.
  • Which is better: AT&T Fiber or Google Fiber?
    AT&T Fiber and Google Fiber are closely matched, both offering a 1 Gbps plan for $70 per month without data caps or annual contracts. While AT&T Fiber has a 2 Gbps plan like Google Fiber, AT&T occasionally bundles services like Max (formerly HBO Max) with its fiber internet plans.