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This article was published on August 2, 2013


Google Fiber gets $10 per month sports package with 12 TV networks

Google Fiber gets $10 per month sports package with 12 TV networks
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Google Fiber customers are already a lucky bunch, but things are getting even better. Google is sweetening the pot with a new $10 per month Sports Plus package that includes 12 TV networks.

Google says the networks bundled in the package will vary depending on which fiber city you live in.

Kansas City, the first Google Fiber city, gets the following channels:

  • NFL RedZone
  • MLB Network Strike Zone
  • Longhorn Network
  • TVG
  • Pac-12 Networks (7 channels)
  • GolTV (English Only)
  • Fight Now TV
  • Outside TV
  • One World Sports
  • World Fishing Network
  • HRTV
  • Universal Sports Network

Other cities scheduled for Google Fiber service include Provo, Utah; Austin, Texas; Raytown, Missouri; Gladstone, Missouri; Grandview, Missouri and Shawnee, Kansas.