The division’s CEO Dinni Jain outlined the states in which the ISP will experience growth in the upcoming years in a blog post named Whats next for Google Fiber today.
Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Washington are among the 14 states today states that provide Google Fiber (including its Webpass service). In five years, Fibers had not visited Iowa.
For the foreseeable future, “Google Fibers” growth will be concentrated mostly in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, and Nevada.
In order to offer Google Fiber’s fiber-to-the-home service to the following states’ cities, we were in contact with their mayors.
This is the end product of several months of cross-country travel. In order to focus on gigabit service, Fiber has spent the last two years simplifying its offerings. It has eliminated traditional TV service in favor of Chromecast with Google TV and streaming (which is made feasible by faster speeds).
Additionally, it opened mall kiosks, allowed customers to use their own Wi-Fi 6 router, and began providing 2 Gig service last year.
The Alphabet-owned ISP will also keep growing in its present metro areas. Speaking with local governments about constructing their own fiber networks is another objective. Huntsville and West Des Moines are two examples of cities where this strategy has been successful.
We’re excited to be extending our geographic coverage once more so that more people may get better internet in more places. Stay tuned as we add more information on our new cities, even better speeds, and reimagined customer experience in the upcoming months to complete this picture.
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