Google wants to every people access web easier. So it will offer free internet services to residents people in google fiber markets.
Atlanta, Durham, Kansas City and Nashville these are the four areas comes under the google fiber markets. Free internet services will extend the program to every current and future Fiber market.The company is also working with local community programs to foster computer training sessions in these markets.
The new federal ConnectHome project, announced, which aims to bring the Web to 28 public housing communities across the country.
Google says the move is inspired by its participation in a similar Austin program called Unlocking the Connection.Google offered its Basic 5 Mbps tier for free. customers could upgrade to the full Gigabit connection at any time.
That said, Fiber Basic is actually already free on a monthly basis, but includes a $300 construction fee (also payable in $25 installments) to get the infrastructure running. Google won’t charge that fee for public housing residents though, so a basic connection will truly be free. The full gigabit connection costs $70 a month, and the construction fee is normally waived for that tier.
➤ Bringing Internet access to public housing residents [Google Fiber Blog]