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Google Fiber Arrives In Charlotte With New Data Plans Aimed At Tech Savvy Small Businesses

is really starting to make some inroads with its high-speed internet service, and the latest city to “see the light” is , . Google announced this week that residents in the Highland Creek neighborhood will be the first residents eligible to sign up for one of three plans: Fiber 1000 + TV, Fiber 1000, or the entry-level Fiber 100 (priced at $130/month, $70/month, and $50/month respectively).
And in an effort to bring high-speed internet to the “most digitally divided areas,” Google will offer a 25 Mbps version of its service for $15 a month. Residents that live in public or affording housing buildings perhaps get the best deal of all — full internet speeds at absolutely no charge.
But that’s not all that Google had to offer with its Charlotte announcement; the company is also introducing new data plans aimed specifically at small businesses. The three small business plans offer speeds of 100 Mbps ($70/month), 250 Mbps ($100/month) and 1 Gbps ($250/month).

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