Google Fiber 1 Gig Business Plan Gets Major Price Cut

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Everyone likes hearing about big price cuts, and this is no different. According to 9to5Google, business owners who need internet should rejoice. Google Fiber just got a major price cut for its 1 Gig plan. This was to make way for another, more robust, plan.

Google does a lot of things, and one of the things it does is provide internet. Google Fiber has been an option for businesses and families for some time now. While it’s not as popular as AT&T or Verizon, it still has a bit of a following. The company continues to provide internet to homes across the country.

Google Fiber got a big price cut for its 1 Gig business plan

Google Fiber has plans for personal use, but those won’t really cut it for professional business use. This is why Google has business plans. Previously, you could get a plan with a 1 Gbps download speed for $250/month for your business. That seemed sufficient for most businesses, but Google wanted to switch things up.


Now, that Google Fiber plan received a huge 60-percent price cut to only $100/month. That’s got to be a relief for people who are on that plan.

If you’re okay with spending $250/month on internet, then the good news doesn’t stop here. Google added a new 2 Gig plan for the $250/month.

 In Other Google News: You can pay for items using Play Points

You’re probably familiar with getting notifications every week about your Play Point offers. Google implemented the Play Points to incentivize users to buy items on the Play Store. When you earn up to a specific amount, you can cash them out for gift cards.


However, Google changed the whole system to make things a bit easier. Now, instead of earning up to a certain amount and cashing out, you can directly use your points to make purchases.

If you don’t have enough money to pay for an item outright, you can still use the ones you have to take money off of the price. For every hundred Play points, $1 is taken off of the price.