Ohio Internet Providers

Compare internet providers in Ohio by speeds, pricing, availability and features to find the best one for you.

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Internet providers in Ohio

Ohio has a lot to offer. There are world-class attractions like the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, and natural wonders like the Appalachian Mountains and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. When it comes to internet in Ohio, Ohioans have a variety of great choices, though not all options are available in every location.=

=If you’re looking for high-speed internet service in the Buckeye State, reliable and fast connectivity is available through companies such as AT&T, Spectrum and WOW!. Cable is available throughout most of Ohio, whereas fiber is currently only available in select areas. For Ohio residents in more remote regions without cable or fiber internet, satellite internet is another option. HughesNet and Viasat both provide satellite internet service in Ohio.=

Our Top Internet Providers

AT&T Internet 1 - 1,000 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Free Wi-Fi hotspots around the country
  • Monitor WiFi with Smart Home Manager

Plans starting at
$ 49.99 /mo for 12 months

Spectrum Internet 100 - 940 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Free modem
  • Free antivirus software

Plans starting at
$ 44.99 /mo for 12 months

Call to Order 1-833-785-7603

Windstream Internet 10 - 1,000 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Offers bundles with voice and TV
  • Money back guarantee on all internet plans

Plans starting at
$ 26 /mo for 12 months

Call to Order 1-833-785-7603

Compare Ohio internet providers

ProviderType of internetSpeedsStarting package price
AT&T logoHigh-Speed Internet1 - 1,000 MBPS$49.99/mo for 12 monthsView deals
HughesNet logoSatellite25 - 25 MBPS$49.99/mo for 6 monthsView deals
Spectrum logoCable internet100 - 940 MBPS$44.99/mo for 12 months
Suddenlink logoHigh-speed internet50 - 1,000 MBPS$75/mo for months
Viasat logoSatellite12 - 100 MBPS$70/mo for months
Windstream logoDSL and Fiber10 - 1,000 MBPS$26/mo for 12 months


As one of the largest internet providers, AT&T offers Ohio residents high-speed fiber internet services, plus bundles that include DIRECTV and phone. They lead the way in choices, with more than 170 different plans and bundles, though not all plans may be available in your location. Subscribers get free access to the National AT&T WiFi hotspot network. AT&T internet service also includes expert technical installation, seamless integration with DIRECTV and the home WiFi management app, Smart Home Manager.

Charter Spectrum

Charter Spectrum purchased Time Warner Cable in 2016, so if your town previously had Time Warner Cable, Spectrum now serves your area. You can choose from standard internet packages to cost-effective bundles. The company offers various packages, with their standard package speed starting at 100 Mbps. They also offer Spectrum Ultra internet (300 Mbps to 400 Mbps downloads) and Spectrum Gig internet (940 Mbps downloads). However, those plans may not be available in all regions. All plans have unlimited data and include a free modem and free antivirus software. Spectrum provides unlimited data and video streaming, and contract-free plans.


>WOW! (Wild Open West) serves western and midwestern states with internet plans from 10 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps. They also offer cable internet and TV bundle packages, along with unlimited nationwide phone service, home automation and home security packages. Their current plans include unlimited data and streaming. WiFi service is available with a router, which you can either provide yourself, rent from WOW! or purchase directly. Special deals include free installation when ordered online and promotional pricing when you use AutoPay.

Best internet speeds in Ohio

Are you a power user looking for fast internet in Ohio? Here are the five fastest internet plans you'll find in the state. Note that actual speed and availability depend on your location and home network configuration.

  • AT&T - AT&T's GigaPower internet 1Gbps plan provides 1Gbps download speed with unlimited data. It costs $70 per month with a 12-month contract, plus $99 upfront cost. The regular price is $90 per month, and you get a $50 rewards card if you order online.
  • CenturyLink – With the internet 1Gbps plan from CenturyLink, you get 1Gbps download speed with 1000 GB of data for $65 per month, plus $99 upfront. The monthly price remains the same for as long as you use their service. There is no contract.
  • Suddenlink - Suddenlink by Altice offers their internet 1Gbps plan for $84.99 per month for 12 months, plus a $40 upfront charge. The plan includes unlimited data, and if you order it as part of a bundle, they'll give you a $150 Amazon Gift Card.
  • Windstream – Windstream's Kinetic Gig internet plan delivers 1Gbps internet download speed with unlimited data for $55 per month for the first year, plus a $35 upfront cost. The regular price is $75 per month and there's no contract required. If you order online, you get $100 in billing credits. WOW! - The WOW! 1Gbps plan, with unlimited data, costs $74.99 per month with a 24-month contract, AutoPay and paperless billing. There's a $50 upfront cost. Their regular price is $99.99 per month or $94.99 per month with AutoPay. If you order online, installation is free, and it includes free Whole Home Wi-Fi.

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In nearly every region of Ohio, you can enjoy fast, reliable internet service. Throughout most of the state, cable internet is readily available, with competitive pricing and special offers. And even if you’re not in or near a city center like Cincinnati, Cleveland or Columbus, satellite internet covers every corner of the state. All that’s required is that you have a clear view of the Southern sky. Contact ISP.com for more information about the services available in your area. We’ll help you find fast internet in Ohio with the best deals.

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