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August 10, 2016updated 28 Feb 2017 5:07pm

What is Google Fiber?

Google Fiber is an Internet service that boasts high speeds up to 100 times more than the typical broadband speeds.

By Hannah Williams

Google Fiber is a broadband Internet and cable service.

Sitting in the Access division of Google’s parent company Alphabet, Google Fiber provides fiber-to-the-premises service in the US.

Google Fiber offers four options, depending on the location. There is a free internet option, a 100 Mbit/s option, 1 Gbit/s internet option and an option including television service.

The internet service offered by Google Fiber comes with one terabyte of Google Drive, while the television service offers a two terabyte DVR in addition to Google Drive.

Where in the US was Google Fiber first introduced?

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