Columbus Residential Internet Coverage
The centrally located city of Columbus is served by many established internet service providers, from local companies to national providers.
Fiber internet is available through Centurylink Prism, which has a small fiber network in Columbus. Currently, the network is limited to the central part of the city in the neighborhoods of Southside, Downtown, Near East, and the McKinley Avenue Corridor.
Fiber internet, in addition to DSL, is provided by AT&T. AT&T has an expansive service area in Columbus, covering the entirety of the city and reaching well beyond its limits to suburban and rural parts of Ohio.
Customers in central and northern Columbus can access internet through CenturyLink, which also has a small area of coverage in the southern half of the state. In the north, neighborhoods in the CenturyLink service area include Upper Arlington, Clintonville, and Worthington. Service stretches through the central part of the city to South Side, Franklinton, and Bexley. The network extends to Tri-South and South Alum Creek.
Through Frontier Communications, those living on the outskirts of Columbus and in its surrounding communities can access high-speed internet.
Cable internet is provided by Time Warner Cable, which brings service to all of Columbus, including edge neighborhoods like Westland, Brice-Tussing, and Whitehall.
Yet another option to consider in Columbus is WOW! This internet service provider offers a network that reaches from Westland to Whitehall. Service reaches beyond the northern neighborhoods of Worthington and Northwest before reaching the southern areas of South Central Accord and South Alum Creek.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Columbus
Frontier offers internet at speeds up to 115 Mbps
AT&T offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Spectrum offers internet at speeds up to 100 Mbps
CenturyLink offers internet at speeds up to 45 Mbps