Google Fiber plans to provide its customers with access to a credit card that will allow them to pay their bills for the internet service for free.
Google Fiber has announced the new credit card in its announcement of its first-ever Fi credit card.
This is the first time Google Fiber will be offering an online credit card and it will not be the first credit card Google Fiber has created for customers.
Google is not disclosing the name of the card, but it will be available to sign up for from April 12, the same day that the first Fi customers can start using it.
The Google Fiber card, as the company calls it, will be made available through the Google Wallet app and will be compatible with the Google Fiber plan.
The Google Wallet card can be used to pay for the Google Fi internet service, and it also will allow users to use the card to get free credit for their Google Fiber Internet service.
Google said the card will be a credit that is issued to Google Fiber customers when they sign up to use Google Fiber.
It will not expire or expire in perpetuity.
It is also not a credit to Google for the first 30 days after it is issued.
Google also is offering a free credit card for customers who use the Google Flex card.
The Flex card is similar to the Google Credit card that Google Fiber announced last week.
The Flex card allows users to make a free online purchase using the Google Web Payments API.
Google says the Flex card will allow the company to pay users for their Internet service, which includes Google Fiber internet service and Google Maps navigation, for free, with Google Payments.
Google says this card will not apply to prepaid plans that use Google Wallet.
Google previously announced a credit of up to $50 for users who buy a $100 Google Fiber phone.
Google recently added a number of new perks to its Google Fiber credit card, including a discount for customers using its Google Card Plus service.
Google has also announced a new monthly fee of $35 that it will charge to its customers.
Google Fiber is also offering new perks, including free internet access for those who use its Google Flex Card service.