Internet Providers in Toledo, OH

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1. AT&T
DSL 96% Availability in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

45
Mbps download
6 Mbps upload

2. AT&T
Fiber in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

1
Gbps download

3. Frontier FiOS
Fiber in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

75
Mbps download

4. Frontier Communications
DSL 18% Availability in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

5. Windstream
DSL in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

12
Mbps download

6. Time Warner Spectrum
Cable 1% Availability in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

50
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

7. Charter
Cable in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

60
Mbps download

8. Hughesnet
Satellite 99% Availability in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

9. Buckeye CableSystem
Cable 100% Availability in Toledo

Available Speeds in
Ohio

100
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

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Toledo Residential Internet Coverage

Currently, there are multiple fiber Internet providers in the large Midwestern city of Toledo. Centurylink Prism is one of the established providers in this area, covering far southern and western neighborhoods in its fiber network. Covered neighborhoods include Reynolds Corners, Franklin Park, and the southern border of East Toledo. Fiber Internet is also provided by AT&T. AT&T has a large DSL network that covers all of Toledo, although its fiber network is still being built out. They provide DSL as far north as Whitmer-Trilby, as far south as Beverly, as far west as Southwyck, and as far east as Birmingham. CenturyLink’s DSL network is similar to its fiber network, covering neighborhoods on the western and southern edges of Toledo. Many of Toledo’s neighborhoods enjoy DSL service through Frontier Communications. Northeastern neighborhoods in the service area include Point Place and Birmingham. Western neighborhoods include Franklin Park and Deveaux, although service stops short of the central neighborhoods of Onyx and Scott Park. Time Warner Cable is one of the most established cable providers in this region, offering service to the neighborhoods of Birmingham, East Toledo, Beverly, Glendale, and Southwyck. Through local provider Buckeye CableSystem, all of Toledo can access high-speed cable Internet.


Internet Provider types in Toledo

  • DSL - 97% Coverage
  • Cable - 100% Coverage

Internet Provider availability in Toledo, OH

100% Availability in Toledo

100% Availability in Toledo

100% Availability in Toledo

Broadband Internet availability

Toledo 100%

Ohio 88%

Maximum Internet speed in Toledo

Providers offering maximum speeds:

  • AT&T

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Toledo


Buckeye Cable System has terrible Internet services! It slows down all of the time for no reason even without any other devices hooked into the WiFi. The modem drops connectivity all the time and needs to be reset manually or by a tech over the phone. Terrible and they never seem to care that the problems keep happening. They just offer apologies and no solutions beyond "reset the modem".

Jacob WToledo , OH2016-03-13

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AT&T Customer

I love it. They have the cheapest prices for the providers allowed in my community. I am paying less for my internet(higher speed) and cable then I was with just internet on another provider. The person who hooked it up was very curtious and friendly. He gave me his cell phone number and said if I had any questions, needed help or wanted to upgrade my service to give him a call. He said he'd be more then willing to assist and has shown so. The service has far exceeded my expectation. The internet speed is right at or better then promised.

John FoxToledo , OH2013-06-06

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17/20 people found this review helpful


Buckeye Cablesystem is horrible. They're high priced and will consistently try to over charge you. I ask them multiple times to pick up my cable box after I dropped it and kept the internet. They said they would but didn't. The very next month they tried charging me $650 for it and $10 for the remote. I went to AT&T Uverse and am paying the same price for cable and internet(higher speed) then I was with just internet with buckeye.

John FoxToledo , OH2013-06-06

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27/31 people found this review helpful