Google Fiber TV adds Two 3D Channels
CNET.com reports that subscribers of Google’s Fiber TV service who own a 3D TV and glasses can now opt to watch a couple of new channels in 3D.
Announced yesterday, Google has launched 3net and ESPN3D.
Subscribers to the Google Fiber Gigabit + TV Plan will automatically receive 3net, which will offer documentaries, kids and family entertainment, concerts, lifestyle and cooking shows, and scripted series, all in 3D.
Sports fans who want to catch their favorite teams in 3D can grab ESPN3D for an additional $5 per month with their Gigabit + TV plan. Subscribers can call Google Fiber to sign up for ESPN3D.
Launched last July, Google Fiber TV is offered at an additional cost as part of the company’s Gigabit Internet service. Users can subscribe to the high-speed Internet alone for $70 a month or opt for TV and Internet for $120. A lower-speed Internet service is also available at no monthly cost but with a one-time installation fee of $300.