Google Fibre is now available in 7 metro areas around the US after it rolled out to Salt Lake City, Ars Technica reported.
Subscribers can get gigabit download speeds for $70 a month, while a 100Mbps package is priced at $50 a month.
There are no data caps, and you can add a phone service for $10 per month.
Adding a TV service to the gigabit Internet package brings the price up to $140 per month.
The Salt Lake Tribune reported that the first phase of the roll-out will cover about 112 blocks.
Assuming demand is high, installations could take a week or more after customers apply.
Google Fiber said that other parts of the city will get the service “within months”.