Google Fiber expands Triangle service to Brier Creek
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Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Google Fiber is expanding its ultra-fast Internet and entertainment network in the Triangle, now taking service orders in the Brier Creek area of northwest Raleigh near Raleigh Durham International Airport.
Brier Creek becomes the third area where Google Fiber access is available. Sign-ups will be offered through May 25, according to an announcement made Tuesday.
Parts of North Hills and Morrisville also have service. Google Fiber says it has resumed taking orders in Morrisville.
Service offerings in addition to Internet access are video/TV and phone offerings.
To see if your neighborhood has access, visit the Google Fiber locator site at:
Services for businesses also is available. Check for details at:
Google Fiber has continued to expand its fiber-optic network in the Triangle even as it pauses deployments in several other areas.
Service was first launched in Morrisville last September then expanded to North Hills in February as well as opening a regional office in downtown Raleigh.
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