Google announced today that it’s opening up its Google Fiber internet service to small businesses in Provo, Utah and more of Kansas City.

Google first launched an early access program for Fiber for small businesses back in November offering $100/month gigabit Internet to select areas in Kansas. It’s now opening that same deal in Provo and new areas in Kansas City North and South.

Provo has already shown us what’s possible when an emerging technology hub has access to gigabit Internet — from the DevMountain coding school, to a growing community at the Startup Dojo, or a geneticist who is using gigabit Internet to download an entire human genome in under an hour. We can’t wait to see the city’s small businesses do with Google Fiber.

Small businesses interested in learning more can stop by Google’s website.

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