LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Google Fiber hopes to be in Clark County homes by mid-2025.

The Clark County commission approved a franchise agreement with GFiber early February.

“This will allow us to bring fast, reliable internet to our first community in the Silver State,” the fiber broadband internet and IPTV service says.

FOX5 previously reported from CEO Dinni Jain that the service was speaking to leaders in Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Idaho.

In a blog post, GFiber says they are working on engineering planning in the county and construction will get underway toward the end of this year.

Google Fiber says its internet speed is one to two gigabits per second. For those interested in following Google Fiber in Clark County, they provided a sign up link here.


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