Kansas City businesses became eligible Tuesday to sign up for Google Fiber’s high-speed Internet service for $100 per month. The company’s broadband speeds of 1 gigabit per second will be available to businesses located in particular neighborhoods, generally located around the state line, although the company said that it hopes to expand its services to other Kansas City business in the future.
Google expects that it will begin delivering the service by the end of the year, but a spokesperson said the rollout might be delayed by construction.
Currently, Google Fiber offers the same broadband speed to private residents for the lower price of $70 per month. The company flipped the switch on service to its first Kansas City clients in November 2013.