Posted by: Google Fiber
from: 300 Meg internet service is now available for Affordable Connectivity Program participants at no cost.
Google Fiber was founded on the ideal of giving more people access to fast, reliable internet at an accessible price. That’s why we’ve been such strong supporters of the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, and why we are now offering 300 Meg for $30 a month to customers who are participating in this program.
With the $30 subsidy through the FCC, this plan is available at no cost to our ACP customers. It provides symmetrical uploads and downloads of up to 300 Mbps and include a Google WiFi device, along with no data caps, no annual contract, and GFiber’s dedicated customer service.
How do I get it?
In order to participate, GFiber customers must qualify through the FCC
and then fill out the Google Fiber ACP Subsidy form
and select 300 Meg as their service plan. For more information about ACP and the 300 Meg plan, check out our website
.With Digital Inclusion Week coming up, the necessity of the Affordable Connectivity Program has never been clearer. Over 20 million American households
are using these funds to stay connected to work, school, family and much more. That’s why Google Fiber has been encouraging Congress to renew funding for ACP. Reach out to your representatives
to ask them to ensure this essential program continues to connect our country.
submitted by: Jenna Rolfe