Astound Broadband Internet Plans, Deals, and Prices

Top Astound Broadband internet plans

Best for speed

940 Mbps Internet

$34.99–$49.99/mo.*†‡§||

Speed: Up to 940 Mbps

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Best for budgets

300 Mbps Internet

$14.99–$29.99/mo.†‡§||

Speed: Up to 300 Mbps

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Astound Broadband internet plans

PackagePriceSpeedShop plans
50 Mbps Internet$19.99/mo.*†Up to 50 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
100 Mbps Internet$19.99/mo.||Up to 100 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
110 Mbps Internet$19.99/mo.*Up to 110 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
300 Mbps Internet$14.99–$29.99/mo.†‡§||Up to 300 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
400 Mbps Internet$34.99/mo.*Up to 400 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
500 Mbps Internet$31.99/mo.§Up to 500 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
600 Mbps Internet$24.99–$35.99/mo.†‡§||Up to 600 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
800 Mbps Internet$44.99/mo.*Up to 800 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans
940 Mbps Internet$34.99–$49.99/mo.*†‡§||Up to 940 MbpsShop Astound Broadband Plans

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Astound Broadband internet and TV bundles

Best for speed

940 Mbps Internet + Signature TV

Price: $82.60–$139.89/mo.†‡§||

Channels: 288–305+ channels

Speed: Up to 940 Mbps

Best for budgets

300 Mbps Internet + Basic TV

Price: $17.74–$57.98/mo.*‡§

Channels: 40–85+ channels

Speed: Up to 300 Mbps

 

Astound Broadband’s bundle selections, channel counts, and internet speeds depend on your location. The 500 Mbps bundles are in New York City only, for example, and the 800 Mbps bundles are in Chicago only. Most bundles are cable internet paired with the Basic TV or Signature TV services in the RCN service areas. Grande service areas pair cable internet with Basic TV, Preferred TV, and Premier TV.

About Astound Broadband

Astound Broadband originally began as a cable internet provider in the San Francisco Bay area but changed its name to Wave Broadband in 2015. Parent company TPG Capital merged Wave Broadband with RCN and Grande Communications in 2018 after purchasing the latter two providers in 2017.

In 2020, the combined services switched owners and collectively became Astound. RCN, Grande Communications, Wave Broadband, and several other services remained separate, familiar brands until 2022. Now they’re unified under the Astound Broadband name.

Why choose Astound Broadband for internet service?

Astound Broadband is ideal if you can’t get fiber and want faster speeds than DSL. It’s one of the few internet providers that caters to gamers, too, offering NETGEAR’s Nighthawk XR1000 router and custom in-home wired networking (for additional fees).

You can find Astound’s 50 Mbps Internet plan in nearly every service area if you’re on a budget. Its fastest plan reaches download speeds up to 940 Mbps, and if you’re lucky, up to 940 Mbps upload speeds in fiber areas.

Pros:

  • Offers Amazon eero whole-home Wi-Fi
  • Caters to gamers

Cons:

  • Limited fiber availability
  • Inconsistent prices

How does Astound Broadband compare against competitors?

Astound Broadband’s main competitors are Spectrum and Xfinity. Spectrum keeps your options simple no matter where you live, while Astound has four RCN plans in the DC Metro area and five in Chicago, for example. Xfinity has a more streamlined lineup now than it has in recent years, but it’s still not as simple as Spectrum. All three offer cable internet, so you can’t really go wrong.

FAQ about Astound Broadband

Where does Astound Broadband offer fiber internet?

Astound Broadband provides fiber internet in Texas only (except for Houston), according to its 2022 residential rates. Texas rates specifically list the 600 Mbps and 940 Mbps plans as cable and fiber. No other service areas list fiber connections.

What are the different brands used by Astound Broadband?

Astound Broadband uses four different brands nationwide. Here’s where you can find them:

Powered by Wave Powered by RCN Powered by enTouch Powered by Grande
  • California
  • Oregon
  • Washington
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • DC Metro
  • Lehigh Valley (PA)
  • Luzerne County (PA)
  • New York City
  • Philadelphia
  • Houston only
  • Texas

Does Astound Broadband enforce data caps?

Astound Broadband enforces data caps in Washington, Oregon, and California (Wave) according to its 2022 residential rates. The two fastest plans have unlimited data, but all others have various data caps ranging from 300 GB to 1 TB. You can get an Unlimited Data Plan for an extra $20 per month or a Double Data Plan for $10 per month. Otherwise, there’s a $6.50 charge for each 25 GB you go over your data allotment.

What does Astound Broadband’s Home Networking service include?

A technician connects and configures up to four computers (Windows or Mac) or computing devices (game consoles, printers, etc.), including wired and wireless connections during installation.

What gaming router does Astound Broadband offer?

Astound Broadband offers the NETGEAR Nighthawk XR1000 gaming router as an alternative to its standard router or Amazon eero mesh networking kit. The Nighthawk XR1000 retails for $370, but Astound charges a monthly $12.95 rental fee. It supports gigabit internet.