Fiber Internet Providers

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Providers Offering Fiber Service

We've found 1205 providers offering Fiber service in the US. Below are stats on their coverage and speeds.

Verizon Fios33,937,41910940 mbps
AT&T Fiber15,242,720211000 mbps
Frontier Communications10,743,299830 mbps
CenturyLink4,393,056341000 mbps
Google Fiber2,017,26191000 mbps
Windstream1,744,026441000 mbps
Cincinnati Bell1,296,47031000 mbps
C Spire Fiber1,252,23651000 mbps
Consolidated Communications1,065,399171000 mbps
Armstrong976,08651000 mbps
Metronet647,25831000 mbps
Hawaiian Telcom631,39611000 mbps
En-Touch Systems530,09711000 mbps
Ultimate Internet Access512,97411000 mbps
Shentel505,67641000 mbps
TDS Telecom481,254221000 mbps
NexGen Communications428,871110 mbps
Veracity Networks403,78811000 mbps
Sonic.net397,78911000 mbps
EPB359,81721000 mbps
CTS Telecom313,5621100 mbps
North State Communications287,91311000 mbps
LightSpeed Communications280,91211000 mbps
Peoples Telephone Cooperative252,45511000 mbps
The Computer Works251,0781100 mbps
Hotwire Communications228,18561000 mbps
Columbia Energy211,7311100 mbps
Summit Broadband207,86511000 mbps
Sunset Digital Communications202,06021000 mbps
CentraCom195,68211000 mbps
UTOPIA180,54411000 mbps
Desert Winds Wireless170,9041100 mbps
Horry Telephone Cooperative164,36911000 mbps
Bristol Tennessee Essential Services156,82311000 mbps
Comporium Communications150,51421000 mbps
MTCO Communications147,29011000 mbps
Wave G144,4503 mbps
Direct Communications142,3964100 mbps
NTS Communications138,12421000 mbps
LocalTel Communications132,9761100 mbps
Community Fiber Solutions126,315250 mbps
Morris Broadband124,47011000 mbps
LUS Fiber115,01511000 mbps
CDE Lightband113,98411000 mbps
GoNetspeed110,39621000 mbps
GVTC Communications108,94011000 mbps
EATEL107,27911000 mbps
Dalton Utilities102,59911000 mbps
Benton PUD97,3601100 mbps
Owensboro Municipal Utilities96,65611000 mbps
i3 Broadband93,42811000 mbps
Allo Communications91,27011000 mbps
Brandenburg Telecom88,00411000 mbps
Kaptel87,9571100 mbps
Paul Bunyan Telephone87,60811000 mbps
Socket Telecom86,09521000 mbps
Odessa Office Equipment84,032150 mbps
Campus Communications Group82,34351000 mbps
City of Longmont80,08911000 mbps
Casair80,03011000 mbps
Jackson Energy Authority77,40711000 mbps
Hargray Communications77,370250 mbps
Troy Cablevision75,43611000 mbps
Nex-Tech75,00221000 mbps
Empire Access74,28411000 mbps
Home Telecom72,97411000 mbps
Midwest Connections72,82121000 mbps
Bulloch Telephone Cooperative69,73611000 mbps
Greenlight Networks67,39311000 mbps
Yadtel66,8061100 mbps
Co-Mo Connect66,41811000 mbps
Ocala Telecom65,4571100 mbps
GCI Communication65,28921000 mbps
Clearnetworx64,6141977 mbps
Farmers Telecommunications Cooperative63,94611000 mbps
Highland Telephone Cooperative62,74221000 mbps
Morristown Utility FiberNET62,54411000 mbps
Cascade Networks62,1262100 mbps
Jaguar Communications61,83111000 mbps
FTC60,58811000 mbps
Primelink58,90411000 mbps
Pend Oreille Valley Networks57,7162100 mbps
Twin Lakes Telephone57,67311000 mbps
NineStar Connect57,23211000 mbps
Douglas Fast Net57,01911000 mbps
Lumos Networks56,01921000 mbps
Mainstream Fiber Networks55,0281200 mbps
Eagle Communications54,8501100 mbps
VTX Communications54,46211000 mbps
South Central Rural Telephone52,97211000 mbps
Smithville Communications52,38011000 mbps
Golden West Telecommunications52,1792100 mbps
North Central Telephone Cooperative51,68821000 mbps
WK&T51,57121000 mbps
Greenlight50,92011000 mbps
Randolph Telephone Membership Corporation50,8181100 mbps
Pineland Telephone Company50,10411000 mbps
SenaWave49,73611000 mbps
Burlington Telecom48,47011000 mbps
Silver Star Communications48,10521000 mbps

How Many Fiber Internet Providers Are There in the USA?

There are currently 1205 Fiber Internet companies operating in the United States. The largest Fiber Internet provider as of 2018 is Verizon Fios, offering availability in 10 states. Many Fiber providers are small, premium business Internet companies.

Fiber Optic Internet Providers in the USA

Fiber is a relatively new technology compared to other common Internet options like Cable and DSL. It is most commonly found in urban centers or densely populated suburbs, since the high cost of installation makes it difficult to install in rural areas.

What is Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Internet?

“Fiber to the Home” connections use Fiber all the way to the subscriber’s address, rather than switching to coaxial or ethernet somewhere on the street or block. FTTH is widely considered the gold standard for both residential and business Internet connections, offering speeds in excess of 500 Mbps up into the Gigabit range. This is around ten times faster than competing technologies like Cable.

What is Fiber Internet?

Fiber optic companies deliver service over Fiber-Optic cables, which transmit data as light over bundled strands of glass or plastic. Binary data is “pulsed” using laser diodes, allowing it to travel much faster than the modulated RF frequencies on copper used for Cable and DSL service. For more information on how Fiber Internet works, see our technical guide to Fiber-Optics.

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