Google shares its fourth-quarter earnings after the Google Fiber service launched in Kansas City, Kansas.
The company said that revenue from its Internet service increased by $1 billion and its Internet traffic grew by 7 percent to 9.5 million connections.
Google said that its revenues from search, video and advertising grew by $900 million, which was higher than analysts expected.
Google’s revenues from its cloud computing services grew by 1.1 percent to $2.1 billion.
It said that net income increased to $1,967 million from $1 of $3.1 million, or $1 per share.
Revenue for Google Fiber in its fourth quarter was $1.,957 million.
The growth in Google Fiber was mainly due to the launch of Google Fiber Plus in Austin, Texas.
Google also reported that its Google Fiber-enabled home service, Google Home, grew its revenue by $2 billion, or 18.3 percent, to $7.7 billion.