Internet Providers in California

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Average download speed in California

Providers offering higher speeds than the state average:

  • AT&T
  • AT&T
  • Frontier FiOS
  • Frontier FiOS
  • Frontier FiOS
  • XFINITY
  • Charter
  • Cox Communications
  • Time Warner Spectrum

100% Availability in California

100% Availability in California

93% Availability in California

Broadband in California

12th

most connected state

98%

of Californians can get broadband Internet

Fastest Cities in California

Taft: (33 Mbps)

Malibu: (32 Mbps)

Topanga: (32 Mbps)

Hermosa Beach: (31 Mbps)

California Internet Availability Map

Learn more about Time Warner Spectrum

Coverage by type

The largest Internet provider in California is

Time Warner Spectrum is available to 39% of California residents, and received a 6.1/10 rating by HSI Editors. Our list of top internet providers in California can be found below.

There are 39 Internet Options in California

1. AT&T - DSL or Fiber
Available in California

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

2. Frontier FiOS - DSL or Fiber
Available in California

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

3. Xfinity - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
250
Mbps download

4. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

5. Charter - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

6. Cox Communications - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

7. Mediacom - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

8. Viasat - Satellite
Available in California

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

9. The Siskiyou Telephone Company - DSL
Available in California

Speeds up to
6
Mbps download

10. LICT Corporation - DSL
Available in California
11. Telephone and Data Systems - DSL
Available in California
12. Ponderosa Telephone Company - DSL
Available in California

Speeds up to
10
Mbps download

13. CHAMPION BROADBAND - Cable
Available in California
14. Volcano Internet Provider - Cable or DSL or Fiber
Available in California
15. Integra Telecom - DSL or Fiber or Other Copper Wireline
Available in California
16. Pinnacles Telephone Co. - DSL
Available in California
17. Raw Bandwidth Telecom, Inc. - Fiber
Available in California

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

18. Fort Mojave Telecommunications Inc - DSL
Available in California
19. Race Communications - Fiber
Available in California
20. CALAVERAS INTERNET - DSL or Fiber
Available in California

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

21. Sierra Telephone Company, Inc. - DSL or Other Copper Wireline
Available in California
22. Sonic.net - DSL
Available in California

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

23. Brighthouse Networks - Cable
Available in California
24. Horizon Cable TV, Inc. - Cable
Available in California
25. Astound Broadband - Cable
Available in California
26. Northland Communications - Cable
Available in California
27. Consolidated Communications - DSL or Fiber
Available in California
28. RMA Broadband & Cable TV - Cable
Available in California
29. Wave Broadband - Cable
Available in California
30. CENTRAL VALLEY CABLE TV - Cable
Available in California
31. Suddenlink Communications - Cable
Available in California
32. Catalina Broadband Solutions - Cable
Available in California
33. New Edge Networks - DSL or Other Copper Wireline
Available in California
34. Ducor Telephone Company - DSL
Available in California
35. San Bruno Cable TV - Cable
Available in California
36. CalNeva Broadband - Cable
Available in California

Speeds up to
3
Mbps download

37. USA Communications - Cable
Available in California
38. Telscape Communications - DSL
Available in California

Speeds up to
768
Kbps download

39. Sebastian Enterprises - DSL or Fiber
Available in California

The state of California has a total of 38 Internet providers available. It is the 12th state, with 98% of the population having access to broadband speeds of 25 Mbps or more.

The largest metro, Los Angeles, sees average speeds of 11 Mbps, followed by San Diego with speeds of 15 Mbps. These speeds are below the state average of 14 Mbps.



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