Kansas City residents are getting a second change to sign up for Google Fiber, says Google. The efforts to slowly build out a nationwide, high-speed network where Google acts as an Internet Service provider first began in Kansas City, Mo. around two years ago, before arriving in other markets, like Austin, Texas and Provo, Utah, for example. Now those who live in Google Fiber’s initial test market will be able to sign up if they missed their chance the first time around, or have more recently moved into one of the supported neighborhoods.
Starting today through December 22, those living in one of the 180 “fiberhoods” (neighborhoods where Google Fiber is available) in either Kansas City, Kan. or Central Kansas City, Mo. can head over to this website and choose from one of the three packages Google Fiber offers. One of these is the “free internet” package (up to 5 Mbps download/1 Mbps up), which technically costs $25/month in construction fees for the first year, or a one-time payment of $300. There’s also the Gigabit Internet package for $70/month or the Gigabit Internet + TV package for $120/month. All plans — For more information read the original article here.