Google Launches Fiber Signups in Louisville

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA — Google announced that residents in the Portland, Strathmoor and Newburg neighborhoods of Louisville can sign up for Google Fiber’s superfast internet.

Google made the announcement at the Neighborhood House in Portland. "As our first Community Connection in Louisville, we are providing the organization with a gigabit connection to support their mission of breaking the cycle of poverty for children and families in the Portland community," said Scott Pluta, head of business operations, Louisville. "In each Google Fiber city, we’re proud to work closely with the local community and partner with nonprofit organizations that focus on digital inclusion, STEM education, and supporting entrepreneurs and nonprofits, and we’re looking forward to doing even more in Louisville."

Choice of Fiber 1000 or Fiber 100
Residents in Louisville can sign up for Fiber 1000 or Fiber 100 speeds. Fiber 1000 ($70 a month) is a superfast 1000 Mbps service, which allows customers to stream, play, and surf all they want across all their Internet-connected devices without issue. Fiber 100 ($50 a month) is a very fast and reliable connection perfect for budget conscious access to the Internet.

Google Fiber enables you to access all of the Internet, including taking advantage of all the ways you can get news, entertainment, and live sports — Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and now YouTube TV. 

Watching Live TV with YouTube TV
Customers interested in watching live TV with YouTube TV can sign up through Google Fiber for $35 a month. YouTube TV offers cable-free live TV from Louisville’s local stations — ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC — and other popular cable networks like ESPN and AMC, along with a cloud DVR with no storage space limits. For more information on YouTube TV, visit


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