About WOW! Internet
Your best chance of finding WOW! service is in South Dakota, their largest coverage area. You can also find WOW! in Michigan, Ohio, Alabama, and many others. It is a Cable provider, which means they deliver service by utilizing the cable television lines they are already running to your home. Typically, you will get a cable modem or cable box from which you can connect your in home router.
WOW! is a multi-service Internet service provider that aims to be customizable, reliable, and affordable. It primarily serves the Midwest, including Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Illinois, and Michigan. Services are also available in Maryland and parts of the Southeast. You can find their corporate offices in Denver, Colorado. The packages and options available at WOW! are ideal for you if you need to meet your family‰Ûªs needs without a lot of fluff. The Internet packages at WOW! are broken down by how you use the Internet and how much bandwidth you need. On the low end, you can get 8 Mbps service, which is good for streaming music and emailing. On the other end of the scale, you can get service for 300 Mbps, which is well suited to video streaming, advanced multiplayer gaming, and file uploads. You get seven e-mail accounts with your WOW! service. If you need home phone service, WOW! offers Essential and Advanced plans. Both include unlimited local calls, call waiting, caller ID to TV, and enhanced 911. The Advanced plan also includes nationwide long distance, as well as unlimited calls to Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. TV packages are available in Small, Medium, and Large. With each package, you can use a tablet or mobile device to view your chosen shows. A big feature of WOW! is the ULTRA Entertainment Experience. It streamlines your Internet, wi-fi, and cable into one box. It features a smart menu, whole house DVR, games, and easy Netflix access. Due to their focus on customer service, WOW! prides itself on personalization and flexibility. Find out what services are available in your area and how you can build a package that is tailored to your TV, phone, and Internet needs.