Cancel your Google Fiber service

Although we'd be sorry to see you go, you can cancel your Google Fiber service before or after it's installed. Cancellation methods differ based on your account status.  

Cancel your Google Fiber service before installation

If Fiber service has not been installed, you can cancel from your Fiber account on the Fiber website.


To cancel Fiber service before installation:

  1. Sign in to your Fiberaccount using the email and password you use for Fiber.
  2. On your account page, click Manage Profile.
  3. On your profile page, click Cancel Fiber Service. (If you don't see this link under your name at the top of the page, contact Google Fiber customer support.)

    Cancel Google FIber service within account.
  4. A series of messages appear with information about cancelling your Fiber service. Click Continue in each dialog box to cancel your Fiber service. 

Fiber Phone number transfer scheduled 

Your Fiber service may not be installed yet, but if Fiber Phone is part of your service and you have scheduled a date to transfer an existing phone number, please contact Google Fiber customer support.

Cancel your Google Fiber service after installation

  • Please note that after you cancel your account:

    • You'll be billed for any remaining charges associated with your account. Your credit card may be charged as late as the 25th of the month following cancellation, depending on your location and billing cycle. Please be aware, the following charges may be applied after cancellation:

      • Outstanding monthly service charges (including any proration of charges)
      • Charges for any Fiber equipment that hasn’t been returned within 25 days of cancellation

    • You'll receive a prorated refund to your bill for any days you paid for Fiber service, but weren't active due to cancellation. After you've received your final bill and returned all Fiber equipment, any refund will be applied to either the last used credit card within 10 days OR bank account within 60 days. We prorate for the following:

      • Paid Internet plans
      • TV service and TV Box rental fees
      • Taxes and fees associated with services

Transfer Fiber service  

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