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Google Fiber is rolling out new plans for small business owners

Three new plans will include varying tiers of connections as well as upload and download speeds.
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Google Fiber knows its "superfast internet" is an important commodity, and one that businesses of all shapes and sizes can utilize. The company wants to make sure there's a plan for Google Fiber that fits all those shapes and sizes too, with three new plans that allow for flexibility and choice among small to large business clients.

The plans start at $70 for 100 Mbps upload and download speeds to $100 for 250 Mbps and $250 for 1,000 Mbps. There's also been an increase in the number of static IP addresses a business can have, up to 13. Small businesses that are eligible for these plans, like those in Charlotte can go ahead and sign up for the new plans, but if you're not located there you can check and see Google's list of upcoming Fiber areas to see when it might be coming to you.

Small business owners in Kansas City, Provo, Austin and Nashville can sign up until July 31st as part of the Early Access program for Google Fiber, and starting on August 1st they can take advantage of Early Access pricing for a year or one of the new plans available to them. Hopefully these rollouts continue for the foreseeable future for residential users as well!

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