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Top 25 Internet Providers in Seattle, WA

August 6, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Seattle residential internet coverage

Home of Amazon, Microsoft, Tableau, Expedia, and hundreds of other tech companies, Seattle is certainly tech friendly. So it’s no surprise that this area has several Internet Service Providers with racing speeds.

North Seattle

In North Seattle, you can get the fastest internet service from CenturyLink and Xfinity. Neighborhoods in the Northwest (west of 1st Avenue NE) can get Frontier FiOS and Viasat.

Seattle University District

People living near the University of Washington can get speeds up to 1,000 Mbps (1 gigabit) from Wave, CenturyLink, and Xfinity. Spectrum also offers some coverage in this area with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

Magnolia, Queen Ann, South Lake Union in Seattle

CenturyLink and Xfinity are the main internet providers in Magnolia, Queen Ann, and South Lake Union neighborhoods of Seattle. You can also get satellite service from HughesNet or Viasat, although this requires installation of a satellite dish

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Top 26 Internet Providers in Seattle, WA

August 4, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Seattle residential internet coverage

Home of Amazon, Microsoft, Tableau, Expedia, and hundreds of other tech companies, Seattle is certainly tech friendly. So it’s no surprise that this area has several Internet Service Providers with racing speeds.

North Seattle

In North Seattle, you can get the fastest internet service from CenturyLink and Xfinity. Neighborhoods in the Northwest (west of 1st Avenue NE) can get Frontier FiOS and Viasat.

Seattle University District

People living near the University of Washington can get speeds up to 1,000 Mbps (1 gigabit) from Wave, CenturyLink, and Xfinity. Spectrum also offers some coverage in this area with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

Magnolia, Queen Ann, South Lake Union in Seattle

CenturyLink and Xfinity are the main internet providers in Magnolia, Queen Ann, and South Lake Union neighborhoods of Seattle. You can also get satellite service from HughesNet or Viasat, although this requires installation of a satellite dish

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The seaport city of Seattle is the largest in the Pacific Northwest. Thought to have been inhabited by Native Americans for around four-thousand years before the first Europeans arrived, it is a city that has a long and storied history. As time marched on, the city changed, eventually becoming home to such economic powerhouses such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Starbucks. They helped modernize the city and this can be seen in the city’s growing internet infrastructure.

Currently, there are five major players in the greater Seattle area. They are Xfinity, CenturyLink, Viasat, HughesNet, and WaveDivision Holdings. The ways these companies provide internet are as diverse as the companies themselves. Each uses some sort of combination of cable, fiber, DSL, satellite, or copper.

CenturyLink has the largest coverage in the area, covering over half the city and offering both DSL and fiber. The split between DSL and fiber is relatively equal

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Top 28 Internet Providers in Seattle, WA

June 20, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Seattle residential internet coverage

Home of Amazon, Microsoft, Tableau, Expedia, and hundreds of other tech companies, Seattle is certainly tech friendly. So it’s no surprise that this area has several Internet Service Providers with racing speeds.

North Seattle

In North Seattle, you can get the fastest internet service from CenturyLink and Xfinity. Neighborhoods in the Northwest (west of 1st Avenue NE) can get Frontier FiOS and Viasat.

Seattle University District

People living near the University of Washington can get speeds up to 1,000 Mbps (1 gigabit) from Wave, CenturyLink, and Xfinity. Spectrum also offers some coverage in this area with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

Magnolia, Queen Ann, South Lake Union in Seattle

CenturyLink and Xfinity are the main internet providers in Magnolia, Queen Ann, and South Lake Union neighborhoods of Seattle. You can also get satellite service from HughesNet or Viasat, although this requires installation of a satellite dish

Read More