Internet Providers in Washington, DC

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1. Xfinity - Cable
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
200
Mbps download

2. Charter - Cable
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

3. RCN - Fiber
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

4. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

5. Atlantic Broadband - Cable or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington
1. Xfinity - Cable
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
200
Mbps download

2. Charter - Cable
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

3. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

4. Windstream - DSL or Fiber or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

5. Broadview Networks, Inc - DSL or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington
6. Megapath - DSL or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

7. Zayo Group - Fiber
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

8. TW Telecom - Fiber or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

9. Atlantic Broadband - Cable or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington
10. Cogent Communication - Fiber
Available in Washington
11. Allied Telecom Group, LLC - DSL or Fiber or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Washington
12. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
Available in Washington

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

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Washington Residential Internet Coverage

As the nation_s capital and home to some of the most sensitive information in the country, Washington DC relies on constant access to high-speed internet for communication and security.

Fiber internet is widely available in this region through Verizon FiOS. Verizon_s fiber network covers all of eastern Washington DC. Much of the western part of the city also has coverage, excluding some waterfront areas like Sheridan-Kalorama and Normanstone Terrace. The Verizon DSL network is even larger than the fiber network, serving the entirety of Washington DC and most of its neighboring communities.

Cable provider Xfinity has an established network in the District of Columbia, running as far as Colonial Village in the north, Palisades in the west, Bellevue in the south, and East Corner in the east.

Another provider that reaches the majority of DC neighborhoods is RCN, which only has a few neighborhoods in the northeast that fall outside its coverage area.

Atlantic Broadband also has a significant presence in Washington DC, with coverage starting in Kent and Berkley in the west. The network stretches through the central part of the city, reaching neighborhoods like Logan Circle, Mount Vernon Square, Gallaudet, and Capital Hill. From there, it moves eastward to Woodridge, Kenilworth, and Hillbrook.

Summary of Washington Internet Providers

ProviderTypeDownload speeds up toUser Rating
XfinityCable200 Mbps3.5/5
CharterCable60 Mbps3.5/5
RCNFiber1000 Mbps3.5/5
ViasatSatellite25 MbpsN/A
Atlantic BroadbandCable, Other Copper Wireline100 Mbps3.0/5

Internet Provider types in Washington

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Washington


Comcast rarely has good customer service. Our internet is spotty. We have to keep it, though, because we can't use another cable company and don't want a landline.

Mary Calhoun Washington, DC2014-05-17

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Really expensive. Mediocre customer service. Reps are always nice, but never seemed to be authorized to do anything.

Mary Calhoun Washington, DC2014-04-14

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22/27people found this review helpful

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