Internet Providers in Columbus, GA

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

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

2. Charter - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

3. Mediacom - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

4. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

5. Windstream - DSL
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

6. American Broadband Communications - DSL
Available in Columbus
7. Flint Cable Television - DSL
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
10
Mbps download

8. WOW! - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

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

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

2. Charter - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

3. Mediacom - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

4. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

5. Windstream - DSL
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

6. XO Communications - Other Copper Wireline
Available in Columbus
7. American Broadband Communications - DSL
Available in Columbus
8. Flint Cable Television - DSL
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
10
Mbps download

9. WOW! - Cable
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

10. PeachNet - Fiber
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

11. TW Telecom - Fiber or Other Copper Wireline
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

12. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
Available in Columbus

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

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Columbus Residential Internet Coverage

The city of Columbus, tucked along the western border of Georgia, is an established city that_s home to over 200,000 residents. Many internet service providers have growing networks in this area.

AT&T is a popular choice that offers fiber internet and DSL internet to Columbus residents. Along the western coast, service is available in Green Island Hills, Caroline Park, and Avondale. Coverage extends east to Edgewood, Englewood, and Glen Arden, although it does not move east of these areas.

Cable service is offered by Charter, which includes all of western Columbus and much of the central part of the city in its service area. Mediacom has a similar service area that runs from Fortson in the north to Battle Park and Custer Road Terrace in the south.

The network for WOW! has many similarities, including central areas like Vista Terrace and Allendale.

Last, the American Broadband Communications service area is currently restricted to the northern part of Columbus, covering parts of Midland and Flat Rock.

Summary of Columbus Internet Providers

ProviderTypeDownload speeds up toUser Rating
AT&TDSL, Fiber1000 Mbps3.5/5
CharterCable100 Mbps3.5/5
MediacomCable100 Mbps3.0/5
ViasatSatellite25 MbpsN/A
WindstreamDSL100 Mbps3.0/5
American Broadband CommunicationsDSL3 MbpsN/A
Flint Cable TelevisionDSL10 MbpsN/A
WOW!Cable50 Mbps3.5/5

Internet Provider types in Columbus

  • Cable - 100% Coverage
  • DSL - 92% Coverage

Internet Provider availability in Columbus,GA

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Columbus


Mediacom internet is a reliable company, with high speed (sometimes requiring you to talk to their support staff to fix connection speed issues), but they have recently introduced data usage caps which leads to overage charges. Once you go over, you pay for each 50 GB block of data you consume. If you're over by 5 GB, that's one block. If you're over by 50.001 GB, that's 2 blocks. Many users won't hit their cap, but family homes with people who stream video and play video games online and download the games from the internet will be up against the data cap each month and will have to cut back to avoid overages.

Matt A Columbus, GA2015-07-06

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