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9 Best Seattle Internet Providers

  • Patrick O'Donnell - Gigabit for $75 a month! Pretty reliable so far
    Carly Canter - Best service in WA state. I used to work for them up in Seattle, as a former employee and a customer I would never switch.
    Adam MacBeth - Customer service is challenging but internet is reliable and super fast!
  • 2. Wave
    Laura - I miss the days of having Wave Broadband. They were the best service provider I've had in Seattle with the best customer service.
    Ben Gilbert - They're great because they theoretically offer gigabit to the home, but my service has been spotty.
  • Ben Shorr - Meh. It mostly works. Alternatives?
    Buzz Bruggeman - I ported my line to Xfinity. It hangs off Verizon. Pretty cheap, i.e. $45 a month for unlimited everything. Service has been flawless, and I did get $200 gift card towards new iPhone too!
  • 4. Wave G
    502 Rainier Ave S 101, Seattle
    Piragash - If you are lucky enough to have access to this microwave single hope to the Internet backbone, you should get it. It’s only offered at condos and apartments in downtown and Belltown that have line of sight to the Westin Building.
    Ken O - Inexpensive, fast, great service.
  • Thanh Dinh - We have Ziply Fiber and pay $60/month for 1 gig. No contract required. We have had it for about 1 month now and working great.
  • 3131 Western Ave M330, Seattle
    Scott Martin Heimendinger - Consistently great service, but what really sold me was that the CEO sent out a letter saying that they'd always remain on the side of Net Neutrality despite national politics.
  • 9. Viasat

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Carl Haynes
6 days ago • Ballard
With quarantine and now school streaming we are hitting the Comcast data limits (We've come close or gone over the last few months). The kids now s...
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3 days ago
Thanh Dinh We have Ziply Fiber and pay $60/month for 1 gig. No contract required. We have it for about 1 month now and working great.
Carl Haynes They look good, unfortunately it looks they they dont serve my house 😖
Steve Dossick Centurylink fiber is great once you get through the install. Cheap too, often they have a $65/mo unlimited 1gbps symmetrical offer for homes...
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