WOW! Availability Map
WOW! is available to residents in 6 states. WOW! provides copper, cable, and DSL internet to 4.8 million subscribers. WOW!’s services include internet, cable TV, and home phone. WOW! utilizes hybrid fiber-coaxial cable to deliver its internet services, using the fiber portion for most of the network and then switching to coaxial cable in residential areas.
WOW! Internet Services
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WOW! typically offers four high-speed internet plans, ranging from 100 Mbps up to 1 Gbps. WOW!’s low prices make it an easy choice for cord-cutters, as there are no contracts and extremely high data caps. That said, with WOW!, you will be facing a data cap of up to 3 TB with the gigabit plan, while DSL allows up to 1.5 TB per month. Keep in mind that WOW!’s fine print states that your internet service can be limited (throttled) if you exceed your data cap.
|Plan Name||Download Speeds||Starting Price||Data Cap|
|WOW! Cable||Up to 1 Gbps||$19.99 per month||3 TB|
|WOW! DSL||Up to 100 Mbps||$19.99 per month||1.5 TB|
One of the best features WOW! offers is the Whole-Home Wi-Fi solution, which is available whether you rent equipment or use your own. While there is an additional monthly charge for this service, it allows you to build a smart wireless network with a strong connection no matter where you are in your home. Check out our WOW! internet deals and promotions page to learn more about the specials WOW! is running this month.
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WOW! Internet Speeds
WOW! uses copper, cable, fiber, and DSL to bring internet to subscribers. Most of these methods are being phased out to make way for its hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) service. HFC allows WOW! to provide download speeds ranging from 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps. Our users see average download speeds around 450 Mbps, with the fastest speeds in Ohio and Alabama.