Enlarge / A Google Fiber van. (credit: Google Fiber) Google Fiber has stopped offering its $50-per-month, 100Mbps Internet plan to new customers, leaving its gigabit service as the only option available to people who weren't grandfathered into the cheaper plan. On the plus side, Google Fiber has still never raised the $70-per-month price of its gigabit plan since beginning operations in November 2012, a rarity in an industry in which incumbent ISPs routinely raise prices and tack on hidden fees because they face little competition. "We're going all in on a gig," Google Fiber said in its announcement yesterday. "We will no longer offer a 100Mbps plan to new customers."