Those who have tried mega-speed service like Google Fiber say there is nothing like it. But how much does it actually cost the customer? At the most basic, a Google Fiber plan will cost $300 up front, but this is for no data cap. Alternatively, customers can pay a more affordable $25 per month for the service, which actually guarantees free internet for seven years. To get speeds of 150 Mbps when downloading, it will cost you $100 per month. Of course, those who consider themselves to be heavy internet users may be much more likely to pay this fee than someone who only goes online to check email.  It makes sense to ask if fiber is the right solution for you.


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