Google Fiber, a new cable company that offers Internet service for as little as $20 a month, is expanding its fiber optic cable service in Texas and Washington state.
Google Fiber, an Internet provider that offers broadband Internet service as low as $10 per month, will provide its fiber cable service to residents of the two states in addition to other areas of the country, the company announced Monday.
Google will also offer fiber optic broadband service to homes in its own network, as well as to customers of its partner companies that are in the same geographic area, according to the company.
The companies said that each of its customers will receive a 50/50 chance to receive fiber service in both states, and that their customers will have an opportunity to choose whether to get fiber service from Google or another provider.
Google said that its fiber fiber optic service will be available for $10 to $15 per month in Texas.
Google Fiber will provide service in the Austin area for $8 to $10 a month.
Google will provide a 25/50 percent discount to customers who sign up for a Google Fiber Plus service, which will provide high-speed Internet service at a price of $5 per month.
A Google spokesperson said the company plans to offer fiber in many more locations in the United States over the coming years, including California, Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia.
Google plans to build fiber optic cables to the homes of its existing customers in Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas.
Google said that in addition, it will offer fiber service to new customers in the next three months.
The fiber optic Internet service will also be available to customers in some states that have passed laws restricting or prohibiting the installation of fiber optic infrastructure.
In addition, Google will be offering a 50 percent discount on its service in those states, the spokesperson said.
Google has been building fiber optic networks in Texas since 2015, but only recently began providing services in a larger number of homes.
Google recently launched a new service called Fiber Plus in Washington, D.C.
Google announced its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) rollout last year, offering Internet access to people living in its new cities and counties of Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.
The company said that by 2018, FTTH coverage will extend to nearly 200,000 homes in the three cities and about 60,000 in each of the other cities.
In the announcement, Google said it would be building its fiber network in the following cities: San Antonio; Austin, Texas; Fort Worth; and Dallas, Texas.
Google’s Fiber service will initially be available in the Dallas area, with service to other neighborhoods expected in coming months.
Google also said that it plans to begin offering FTTH in the Washington, DC area.
The company said in a statement that it was pleased to expand our existing service to Texas and to expand the number of people that can enjoy Google Fiber service.
The expansion is a natural evolution of our strategy of building a network of thousands of fiber-optic connections across the United State, including in communities of color, women and older people.