Per the Triangle Business Journal, Google Fiber in Kansas City is getting rid of the service package that to date was gotten the most attention here in North Carolina. It remains unclear though what the company’s offerings in Charlotte and the Triangle will exactly consist of:

While Google Fiber confirms its “free” Internet option in Kansas City is being phased out, company officials won’t say that the same is absolutely true for new service areas, including cities in North Carolina.

Even though Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has opened offices in Charlotte, Raleigh and Durham and its contractors are already installing fiber lines, company officials remain mum on details about their high-speed Internet rollout in the state.

The “free” service offered in Kansas City wasn’t exactly free — it required a $300 connection fee. But the 5-megabit Internet connection was one of the upstart carrier’s notable offerings when it first premiered the fiber service. The “Fiber 100” plan takes its place as the cheapest service offering (with no installation fee), but costs $50 per month for a 100-megabit Internet connection in Kansas City.