Clearwave Fiber serves a relatively limited number of markets, and the competition in many of them is stiff. For example, AT&T and Xfinity are both juggernauts in the industry and offer fantastic speeds at great prices. Let's see how Clearwave stacks up.
Clearwave Fiber vs. AT&T: AT&T is one of our favorite providers, consistently topping lists of the best fiber providers, fastest internet providers, and best ISPs overall. It offers superb speeds and reliability for a great price. AT&T and Clearwave overlap in only a handful of areas, mostly around Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia. In these spots, we’d probably recommend AT&T—it’s more affordable for the same speeds.
Clearwave Fiber vs. Xfinity: Xfinity is more of a direct competitor to Clearwave Fiber, in that the two share a number of markets, especially in Georgia and South Carolina. Xfinity is primarily a cable provider, so you won’t get symmetrical speeds. However, it does offer comparable download speeds and great pricing. We recommend Xfinity if you want to bundle with TV service.
Compare Clearwave Fiber vs. Xfinity
Clearwave Fiber vs. Spectrum: Spectrum is a cable and fiber provider that competes with Clearwave mainly in Missouri and South Carolina. It’s generally more expensive for a given speed than its competitors, including Clearwave Fiber. For this reason, we recommend checking out Clearwave first and keeping Spectrum as a backup option.
Clearwave Fiber vs. Mediacom: Mediacom is a cable provider that overlaps with Clearwave in a handful of markets in Georgia, South Carolina, and Missouri. Mediacom offers good speeds at good prices, but there are lots of fees and it has a reputation for somewhat dodgy customer service.
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