NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Google Fiber has announced plans to expand further into Nashville, covering more of its satellite cities.
The company said Wednesday that the cities of Berry Hill, Oak Hill, Forrest Hills and Belle Meade will have access to Fiber.
Fiber is coming to more communities in the Nashville area. See where and sign up for updates: http://t.co/4L1PGiaaljpic.twitter.com/ukI3bCwT6c
— Google Fiber (@googlefiber) September 17, 2015
Google Fiber lines were installed in North Nashville Friday near 8th and Lafayette back in May.
The service is about ten times faster than what the average American household uses. It can download an entire movie in less than two minutes.
Prices for Google Fiber are comparable to or below what most households already pay. For example, in the two Kansas City markets, Google Fiber charges about $70 per month for just high-speed Internet service, or $120 for an Internet and TV package.
Along with Nashville, other cities to get the service will be Atlanta, Charlotte, and Raleigh-Durham. Google said five other metro areas remain in the running.
For more information, go to fiber.google.com/cities/nashville/home/.