Internet Providers in Hawaii

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Average download speed in Hawaii

Providers offering higher speeds than the state average:

100% Availability in Hawaii

100% Availability in Hawaii

96% Availability in Hawaii

Broadband in Hawaii

6th

most connected state

98%

of Hawaiians can get broadband Internet

Fastest Cities in Hawaii

Wahiawa: (18 Mbps)

Kapolei: (17 Mbps)

Mililani: (17 Mbps)

Ewa Beach: (16 Mbps)

Hawaii Internet Availability Map

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Learn more about Time Warner Spectrum

Coverage by type

The largest Internet provider in Hawaii is

Time Warner Spectrum is available to 98% of Hawaii residents, and received a 6.1/10 rating by HSI Editors. Our list of top internet providers in Hawaii can be found below.

There are 8 Internet Options in Hawaii

1. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable
98% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

50
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

2. Hawaiian Telcom - DSL
67% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

6
Mbps download
768 Kbps upload

3. TW Telecom - Other Copper Wireline
5% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

25
Mbps download
25 Mbps upload

4. SANDWICH ISLES - Fiber
4% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

10
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

5. SANDWICH ISLES - DSL
1% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

3
Mbps download
768 Kbps upload

6. Hughesnet - Satellite
99% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

7. SANDWICH ISLES - Other Copper Wireline
1% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

10
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

8. TW Telecom - Fiber
1% Availability in Hawaii

Available Speeds in
Hawaii

25
Mbps download
25 Mbps upload

The state of Hawaii has a total of 4 Internet providers available. It is the 6th state, with 98% of the population having access to broadband speeds of 25 Mbps or more.

The largest metro, Honolulu, sees average speeds of 14 Mbps, followed by Pearl City with speeds of 15 Mbps. These speeds are above the state average of 10 Mbps.



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