Google operates two different internet services. One is called Google Fiber, and the other is called Google Fiber Webpass.
Google Fiber is a standard residential internet service. If you live in an area where it’s available, it’s easy to sign up and install the service at your home. Google Fiber has superfast speeds, reasonable prices, and outstanding customer service.
Webpass is a bit different. It’s an internet service that is only available in specific buildings. Unlike Google’s fiber internet service, Webpass uses wireless technology to give users high-speed internet. You cannot sign up for Webpass unless it’s already in your building.
We’ll go over everything you need to know about both Google Fiber and Google Fiber Webpass in this article. But first, here’s a quick peek at the plans offered by both services.