Google Fiber is now available in Mesa
After only a few months of construction, the first wave of Mesa residents will have gigabit internet access through Google Fiber.
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Mesa is the first city in Arizona to have the service, with plans for most of the city to be connected over the next 3 years. Google Fiber’s fiber optic connection is made of glass strands and uses lasers to transmit information at rates close to the speed of light. This means a reliable connection with faster upload and download speed across multiple devices.
On Thursday, March 30, Google Fiber will host a community appreciation event at Renegade Coffee Company, welcoming future customers with an opportunity to come get all their questions about gigabit internet answered with coffee and breakfast provided by Google Fiber. Ashley Church, general manager of the Google Fiber West region, Mesa Vice Mayor Francisco Heredia, as well as members of the Mesa city council will be at the event to answer questions from the media.
Google Fiber event
WHO: Google Fiber
WHAT: Google Fiber will welcome its first customers near University Drive and Alma School Road as well as provide information for Mesa residents looking to change to Google Fiber.
WHEN: Thursday, March 30, 2023, from 7 to 9 a.m.
WHERE: Renegade Coffee Company, 1242 W. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201
COST: No cost to customers - Google Fiber will be providing free coffee and breakfast for customers.
For more information about Google Fiber, visit fiber.google.com/. Mesa residents can sign up for regular updates at https://link.edgepilot.com/s/06e1dfd5/KyzIy8jJ20K2YAl0jpX2hA?u=https://fiber.google.com/cities/mesa/.