Internet providers in Hawaii
Find plans in your city or ZIP code and choose the best option for your home.
Find Hawaii internet providers by city
Planning a move to Hawaii or among the islands? Though geographically small, Hawaii has one of the biggest personalities as far as U.S. states go – known for its year-round sunny weather and friendly citizens. Hawaii is densely populated, especially if you live on the Big Island or on the popular island of Maui. Compare the internet providers available in your part of Hawaii to make sure you are getting the best deal for you.
Hawaii residents have five primary internet providers to choose from, including regional and nationwide providers. Click on any of the HI cities below to find and compare internet providers in those locations.
Select a city:
- East Honolulu
- Ewa Beach
- Ewa Gentry
- Ewa Villages
- Hawaiian Beaches
- Hawaiian Ocean View
- Hawaiian Paradise Park
- Hickam Housing
- Kaneohe Station
- Mililani Mauka
- Mililani Town
- Mountain View
- Ocean Pointe
- Pearl City
- Royal Kunia
- Schofield Barracks
- Waikoloa Village
- Wailua Homesteads
- Waimanalo Beach
- Waipio Acres
- West Loch Estate
- Whitmore Village
Summary of Hawaii internet providers
Use the chart below to compare the top five Hawaii internet providers by price, speed and availability. Call now for information about specific plans and promotions going on in your area.
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 01/05//23.
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Hawaii internet at a glance
Internet service providers in Hawaii offer fast speeds and widespread coverage across the eight islands. However, like most things in Hawaii, the prices tend to be higher and there are fewer overall options for internet service. The Aloha State has internet options from providers such as Spectrum, T-Mobile and Altafiber (formerly Cincinnati Bell) as well as 98% satellite coverage from Viasat.
Most widely-available providers in Hawaii
- T-Mobile: 92% coverage. T-Mobile has one 5G home internet plan with no price hikes or hidden fees.
- Spectrum: 84% coverage. Spectrum has low equipment fees and no data caps.
- Altafiber: 71.5% coverage. Altafiber has fast speeds with no data caps or contracts.
Fastest internet in Hawaii
You’ll find some of the fastest internet speeds in Hawaii from these providers, where available:
- Altafiber: Fiber network with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps
- Spectrum: Cable network with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps
Cheapest internet in Hawaii
Looking for cheap internet in Hawaii? Two providers offer plans under $50/mo.* Keep an eye out for extra fees such as equipment rental fees and data caps that can add to your monthly internet bill.
- Altafiber: $39.99/mo.* for up to 250 Mbps
- Spectrum: $49.99/mo.* for up to 300 Mbps
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 01/05/23.
Quality of internet access in Hawaii
The entire state of Hawaii has access to the minimum recommended broadband speeds, but just over one-third of the state has access to gigabit speeds:
- Residents with broadband access (speeds at or over 25/3 Mbps): 100%
- Residents with access to gigabit speeds (at or over 1000/100 Mbps): 35%
- Average download speed in Hawaii: 123 Mbps
Sources: FCC coverage maps and data, internal speed test results and provider websites.
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