Google, the company known for the highly popular search engine, has recently introduced three new Fiber plans aimed at small businesses. Now, small-sized business establishments will be able to take advantage of upload and download speeds ranging from 100 to 1,000 Mbps.
Google Now Letting Small Businesses Enjoy 100 to 1,000 Mbps of Internet Speeds
For small businesses who are in need of faster Internet connectivity, Google has just answered your prayers. The Internet and tech firm announced on Tuesday that it will be transitioning away from the “one-size-fits-all” type of plan for their Fiber services, which is dubbed the Fiber Early Access program that was launched back in the year 2014. In its stead, the company recently introduced three new Fiber plans for the needs of small businesses. The new plans are available where the Fiber service is operational. Furthermore, customers are able to take advantage of speeds of 100 to 1,000 Mbps.
For the first Google Fiber plan, which is also their entry-level subscription, it would set you back $70-per-month. There is also a higher-tiered option that has a jump in price as well as in speeds, and that costs $100-per-month but it will net you 250 Mbps of Internet speeds. For the fastest and priciest option, which is the maximum speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, it is priced at $250-per-month.
According to John Shriver-Blake, Google Fiber Product Manager, as he wrote in a blog post, he stated the following: “We know that businesses come in different shapes and sizes. They have varying needs and would like the flexibility to choose a plan that best fits their needs.”
Along with the new plans, the search engine giant also increased the number of static IP addresses available to businesses. If you are part or own a small business, know that you can now get up to 13 static IP addresses for your firm.
At the time of writing, the availability of Google Fiber, is, of course, still quite limited. In the meantime, these new business plans are only available to small companies in Charlotte. For those situated in Kansas City, Austin, Nashville, and Provo, they can still sign up under the Early Access program but only until the 31st of July. When the 1st of August rolls in, businesses in those regions will be able to choose from one of those aforementioned three plans instead. However, customers that are already part of the Early Access program will still have the option of keeping that subscription plan.
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