Best TV & Internet Providers in Washington

Internet Providers >> Washington

100 residential internet and TV providers offer service to some part of Washington. They are listed in the table below.

Washington Internet Service Providers

Internet Provider State Availability
CenturyLink 79.4%
XFINITY (Comcast) 73.3%
StarTouch Broadband 37.2%
Frontier Communications 34.6%
Wave Broadband 10.3%
Spectrum 9.6%
Desert Winds Wireless 9.2%
Wired or Wireless 7.7%
Ptera Inc 6.6%
Columbia Energy 6.4%
ClickCableTV 5.6%
PogoZone 3.8%
Washington Broadband 2.7%
GTT 2.7%
Odessa Office 2.5%
NCI 1.7%
Benton Rural Electric Association 1.6%
Consolidated Communications 1.5%
Public Utility District #2 of Grant County, WA 1.5%
RainierConnect 1.1%
First Step Internet 1%
Chelan County PUD 0.9%
LocalTel Communications 0.9%
Northland Communications 0.8%
OKPUD 0.7%
Rock Island Communications 0.6%
Douglas County PUD 0.6%
Pend Oreille Valley Networks 0.6%
Hood Canal Communications 0.5%
Kittitas Broadband 0.5%
King Street Wireless 0.4%
TDS 0.4%
Whidbey Telecom 0.3%
Cable One 0.3%
Salish Networks 0.2%
Gorge Networks 0.2%
The Toledo Telephone 0.2%
Inland Networks 0.2%
Tenino Telephone Company 0.1%
North Olympic Peninsula Data Centers 0.1%
Rebus Communications 0.1%
Stephouse Networks 0.1%
Kalama Telephone Company 0.1%
Coast Communications Company 0.1%
HFN 0.1%
Cascades Computing 0.1%
Orcas Online 0.1%
Wahkiakum West 0.1%
CougarWireless 0.1%
Methownet 0.1%
Symplified Technologies 0.1%
Coulee Internet Services 0.1%
Television Association of Republic 0.1%
Zito Media LP 0.1%
Concept Cable <.1%
Colfax Highline Cable <.1%
Visionary Communications <.1%
Seymour Channels Satellite <.1%
eastlink <.1%
St. John Cable <.1%
Red Spectrum Communications <.1%
RTI Rural Telecom <.1%
Eastern Oregon Telecom <.1%
Skyline Telecom <.1%
Pioneer Telephone Company <.1%
Mosier WiNet <.1%
CresComm WiFi <.1%
Invisa.net <.1%
Blackfoot Communications <.1%
WiFiby CV <.1%
ZochNet <.1%
GeoLinks <.1%
WeavTel <.1%
Evertek <.1%
Leader Communications <.1%
Uniti <.1%
Hat Island Telephone Company <.1%
Birch Communications <.1%
Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative <.1%
Infostructure <.1%

91% of homes have an option between DSL, fiber, or cable. 96% of homes can get two or more of any provider. Combined, this means competition in Washington is somewhat healthy at #6 out of 52 (50 states and Washington D.C./Puerto Rico).

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