NewsBot Posted July 12, 2016 Share Posted July 12, 2016 Google Fiber launched business class service in November of 2014, after taking a little heat from startups running into the residential Google Fiber terms of service regarding server operation. Originally, the company offered symmetrical gigabit service with an SLA for $100 per month. But in a new announcement by the company, Google Fiber notes that it's introducing three new business class pricing tiers, and in the process raising its rates for business-class customers. Under the new pricing, the company is now offering symmetrical gigabit broadband for $250 per month, a $150 per month mark up suggesting its former $100 price point likely wasn't fully paying the bills for user consumption. But in addition to bumping the price on its 1 Gbps business class offering, Google Fiber says it's offering a 250 Mbps tier for the same price gigabit service formerly was ($100). Users also now have the option of a new 100 Mbps business-class service tier at $70 per month. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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