Internet Providers in Seattle, WA

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1. Frontier FiOS - Fiber

Available Speeds in
Washington

75
Mbps download

2. CenturyLink - DSL
98% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

40
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

3. CenturyLink - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

4. XFINITY - Cable
93% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

5. Charter - Cable

Available Speeds in
Washington

60
Mbps download

6. Hughesnet - Satellite
99% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

7. Wave Broadband - Cable
14% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

1. Frontier FiOS - Fiber

Available Speeds in
Washington

75
Mbps download

2. CenturyLink - DSL
98% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

40
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

3. CenturyLink - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

4. XFINITY - Cable
93% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

5. Charter - Cable

Available Speeds in
Washington

60
Mbps download

6. Hughesnet - Satellite
99% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

7. Integra Telecom - Other Copper Wireline
70% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

25
Mbps download
2 Mbps upload

8. Megapath - DSL
84% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

25
Mbps download
25 Mbps upload

9. Megapath - Other Copper Wireline
100% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

10
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

10. Wave Broadband - Cable
14% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

11. Integra Telecom - DSL
63% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

6
Mbps download
768 Kbps upload

12. XO Communications - DSL
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

3
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

13. TW Telecom - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

14. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
3% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

15. XO Communications - Other Copper Wireline
2% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

16. Cogent Communication - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

17. Sawtooth Technologies - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

18. Zayo Group - Fiber
1% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

1. Verizon FiOS - Wireless
100% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

10
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

2. AT&T - Wireless
100% Availability in Seattle

Available Speeds in
Washington

10
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

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Seattle Residential Internet Coverage

With dozens of separate neighborhoods, Seattle has a huge need for established Internet service providers. Two of the largest fiber Internet providers in Seattle are Frontier FiOS and Centurylink Prism. The Centurylink Prism network reaches most of northeastern and southwestern Seattle. Southeastern and central Seattle fall outside the Centurylink Prism service area. Frontier FiOS is available in a few northern neighborhoods, including Broadview and Bitter Lake. DSL service is offered by CenturyLink to all of Seattle, running from Haller Lake in the north to Rainier Beach in the south, and from Magnolia in the west to Sand Point in the east. All of Seattle is in the XFINITY service area, providing options for high-speed cable to residents throughout the city. Similarly, the Megapath network includes the entirety of Seattle. Through Wave Broadband, those in central and southeastern Seattle enjoy service to high-speed Internet service. Coverage stops short of Fremont in the north and Riverview in the west.


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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Seattle


I'm getting 110Mbps* consistantly on my laptop (via wireless router that is connected to by cable modem, using a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and a AC dual band wifi router). * I needed to add a wifi extender to boost the router signal to reach all 3 floors of my home, so these speeds come at some additional hardware costs. But over all Comcast is the fastest provider, and if you like to stream 4K or 8K you tube videos or 4k content on Netflix or 4K Amazon films on the newer line of TV's (4K) then Xfinity is really your only choice.

Kevin Henne Seattle, WA 2016-09-01

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My service with Comcast has been generally acceptable, but frequent slow-downs and poor download speeds can be frustrating at times. Streaming and regular internet use is usually alright, but heavier downloads are usually throttled very harshly (ie. digitally delivered software) with no other use on the line.

Anthony Coraggio Seattle, WA 2016-03-28

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14 /15 people found this review helpful


We have used Comcast internet for the past 2 years for our small business. Minus a few days when the internet was down, service has been satisfactory, though recently, the price of our package has encouraged us to look into other providers.

Nora B Seattle, WA 2014-12-23

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14 /17 people found this review helpful


It works pretty good an is faster than I used to use. My old internet connection was inappropriate for all my needs.

Mitch Lieg Seattle, WA 2014-10-20

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10 /10 people found this review helpful


If I don't sit right next to the box I dont get enough reception to use my device. Also if we use more than one device it will bump one if the devices off so only one person can use the internet at a time

Miss A Seattle, WA 2014-08-25

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25 /27 people found this review helpful


Decent for everyday use of the web, a bit expensive unless you qualify for their bundling value packages, which are usually available for new customers for the first six months of their use. You can call after your promotional period to see if you qualify for other deals. Customer reps are helpful.

April Clevenger Seattle, WA 2014-04-14

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13 /13 people found this review helpful


I now have wave broadband in a internet-phone-and cable package. I enjoy the service after Wave took over, but I still get pixelation watching TV sometimes. Thanks for the contest.

Chris Mckenzie Seattle, WA 2014-03-19

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18 /22 people found this review helpful