Internet providers in Oklahoma
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Internet providers in Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s residents are known as “Sooners,” because some settlers jumped the April 22 official start date of the Land Rush of 1889, which allowed people to claim the area’s land for homes. The Sooner state is now home to about four million people, and nearly two-thirds of them live in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Not coincidentally, that’s where you’ll find the fastest internet service.
Click on the cities below to check the options for internet service in Oklahoma:
Select a city:
- Broken Arrow
- Broken Bow
- Del City
- El Reno
- Elk City
- Fort Gibson
- Lone Grove
- Midwest City
- Nichols Hills
- Oklahoma City
- Park Hill
- Pauls Valley
- Ponca City
- Pryor Creek
- Sand Springs
- The Village
- Warr Acres
Oklahoma internet at a glance
The tech hubs of Tulsa and Oklahoma City have the best access to high-speed internet connectivity, with each boasting two providers offering 1 Gbps service. As the cities drop in population, the speeds tend to go down, but most on our list have at least one 1 Gbps service available.
Internet availability in Oklahoma
96.3% of Oklahoma homes have access to some type of internet service.
Cable – 85.07%
DSL – 91.00%
Fiber optic – 13.43%
Wireless – 52.48%
Fastest internet in Oklahoma
The fastest internet connection possible will likely leave you most satisfied, as a fast connection means quicker results when downloading large files such as graphics. It also gives you the best streaming performance, with less (or no) buffering of movies and videos.
Some of the fastest internet connections in Oklahoma:
- AT&T: 1 Gbps
- Cox: 940 Mbps
Cheapest internet in Oklahoma
Some internet users won’t have a need to stream video and may simply want to send and receive email and similar, non-data heavy uses. If that’s the case, an inexpensive plan may do the job. You’ll want to look for unexpected charges, such as installation, which may be waived with a contract, or a fee to purchase a satellite dish or fixed wireless antenna.
- Cox | 10 Mbps | $29.99/mo.
- Rise Broadband | 25 Mbps | $29.95/mo.
*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 10/08/20.
Summary of Oklahoma internet providers
Use the outline below to find the internet service providers in Oklahoma that best suit your budget, speed preferences and availability:
|Provider||Starting Price*||Download speed range||Tech||State availability|
|AirLink Internet Services||$49.95/mo.||Up to 20 Mbps||Fixed Wireless||6.61%|
|AT&T||$39.99/mo.||Up to 1 Gbps||Fiber, DSL||76.90%|
|Cox||$29.99/mo.||Up to 940 Mbps||Cable||54.89%|
|HughesNet||$49.99/mo.||Up to 25 Mbps||Satellite||100.00%|
|Sparklight||$39.00/mo.||Up to 1 Gbps||Cable||8.73%|
|The Junction Internet||$49.95/mo.||Up to 30 Mbps||Fixed Wireless||17.10%|
|Viasat||$50.00/mo.||Up to 100 Mbps||Satellite||100.00%|