Google’s fax service is free, but it’s expensive: Recode

Google is rolling out a free fax service to businesses across the country in response to a demand for more information.

The service, Google Fiber, will offer businesses free access to faxes from any mobile device.

The service is available in select markets across the U.S. and Canada, including New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, Dallas and Houston.

The plan is available to customers who have a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer.

Google Fiber is not currently available to businesses in the U, Europe, Japan, the U.-S.

Virgin Islands, Canada, Australia, the Middle East and other locations.

Google is offering free services to customers in all 50 states, and it has a number of partnerships with companies, including the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Transportation.