Google will launch its Google Fiber signup process tomorrow in qualified Kansas City neighborhoods, so folks can finally select their desired service plan, but the Internet giant has updated its TV offering today to help customers make a decision.
According to the Google Fiber Blog:
We just added a number of additional channels covering a variety of genres, including arts, family, faith, lifestyle and sports. Google Fiber TV service already includes almost two hundred channels, but we’ll continue to add more over time. And since our TV service runs on a gigabit network, we can offer access to all our HD channels for no extra charge.
The new channels include:
ABC Family, ABC News Now, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney😄, ESPN, ESPN Buzzer Beater, ESPN Classic, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, Longhorn Network, Ovation, SOAPnet, TBN, TBN Enlace, and Velocity
With that said, check the Google Fiber Blog tomorrow for the final announcement of qualifying neighborhoods. Kansas Citians in those “fiberhoods” will have the option to choose between Google’s Gigabit + TV plan, Gigabit Internet plan, and its Free Internet plan.
The full list of channels is available at the Google Fiber website.
- Google unveils Gigabit Google Fiber Internet and TV service starting at $120/month [Gallery] (9to5google.com)
- Time Warner Cable bulks Kansas City staff to combat Google Fiber growth (9to5google.com)
- It appears Google’s Fiber TV box may be powered by SageTV (9to5google.com)