Google Introduces Superfast Wi-Fi 7 Fiber Plan with 20Gbps Speed for $250 Monthly

Google Fiber, owned by Alphabet, will launch its 20Gbps service with Wi-Fi 7 in select cities early next year. The service will cost $250 a month (plus taxes and applicable fees). The 20Gbps speeds are symmetrical, so you’ll see them whether you’re uploading or downloading. The service is made possible by new Nokia 25G PONs installed as part of last-mile infrastructure upgrades. The new plan offers four times the speed of AT&T’s Elite 5Gbps fiber offering for the same $250 per month. The 20Gbps plan will start rolling out in the above-mentioned cities in the first quarter of 2024.