Best internet providers in Wyoming, Michigan
Wyoming, MI has access to various internet providers, but not all of them have consistent coverage throughout town. If you have access to fiber optic internet through AT&T fiber, then we highly recommend it, but note that not all of Wyoming has access yet.
If you can’t get fiber, then cable internet through Xfinity, or fixed wireless internet through T-Mobile, are your second-best options. We don’t recommend satellite, the slowest and most expensive internet, unless you have no other choice where you live.
Disclaimer: Availability and pricing are subject to location. Conditions apply. For offer details, visit the provider's website.
Our top 3 ISP choices in Wyoming, MI
Let’s skip straight to the good ones: AT&T fiber, Xfinity internet, and T-Mobile 5G Home Internet are our top three internet providers in Wyoming, MI.
#1: AT&T fiber internet
AT&T fiber doesn’t have perfect coverage in Wyoming, MI (yet). But if you’re lucky enough to live in a neighborhood with fiber infrastructure, then we highly recommend opting for AT&T fiber over cable or fixed wireless internet providers. It’s fast, reasonably priced, and reliable.
Read our full AT&T fiber internet review.
#2: Xfinity internet
Xfinity is a cable internet provider, and while it’s not quite as reliable as AT&T fiber, its available speeds are still impressive—and it has over 95% coverage in Wyoming, MI. Compared to fiber internet, you’ll likely only see a real difference in your upload speeds, and most people can live with that. Xfinity also has more budget options than AT&T does, so it could be a better choice for people who want to save some cash. Just watch out for price hikes after the first year.
Read our full Xfinity internet review.
#3: T-Mobile Home Internet
T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is cheaper and easier to set up than either Xfinity cable internet or AT&T fiber. It’s a fixed wireless internet option, which means it uses the same network as your phone. You do need to live in a good coverage area for T-Mobile Home Internet to work its best, as speeds can vary. But since setup is so easy and you don’t have to sign a contract, you can always test the signal for a month and see if it’s a good fit.
Read our full T-Mobile 5G Home Internet review.
All internet providers in Wyoming
Aside from satellite internet, Wyoming, MI primarily has cable and fixed wireless internet coverage. Some areas are still hanging on to DSL internet, but we don’t recommend it since it’s an older, slower technology that’s in the process of being phased out.
We also don’t recommend satellite internet providers if you have other options, especially if you have fiber and cable internet options. And if you want fiber internet, you’ll need to check if your neighborhood is covered first because Wyoming, MI doesn’t have fiber available everywhere yet.
Fastest internet providers in Wyoming
AT&T fiber offers plans with speeds that go as high as 5 gigs, which is significantly more than you’ll ever need. Xfinity has plans with speeds as high as 2 gigs, which is also much higher than most people need. If you want the absolute fastest internet in town, then gig-level speeds might seem worth it to you. But 100 Mbps works well enough for most households.
How much speed do you need?
Cheapest internet providers in Wyoming
The cheapest provider on our list is likely T-Mobile 5G Home Internet, due to its fee-free structure that doesn’t require professional installation. You can save even more with T-Mobile if you already have a T-Mobile cell phone plan and you have autopay turned on (or are willing to set it up).
Xfinity’s prices might look lower than T-Mobile’s for some plans, but watch out for hidden fees as well as price hikes after the first year or so.
Internet options in nearby cities
Nearby cities, including Grand Rapids, have similar internet provider options to Wyoming. Most of the surrounding area has coverage from Xfinity and T-Mobile Home Internet. You’re less likely to get as good of coverage from Metronet, Verizon Home Internet, and Earthlink, although some towns nearby have more coverage from these providers than others.
To see more details, check out what’s available in these cities:
What Wyoming residents are saying on Reddit
Wyoming residents want more fiber expansion in the area and are generally fans of AT&T fiber. Xfinity doesn’t get much praise from Grand Rapids’ users on Reddit due to price hikes and reliability. On the flip side, some people actually saved money by switching from AT&T’s DSL internet to its fiber option, which is a significant performance upgrade.
Anyone have any recommendations for an internet service provider in Wyoming, Mi? While speed is important I’d consider a slightly slower service for a company with good privacy and net neutrality stances.
I bet your only choices are ATT or Comcast. Both are awful. We need more grassroots/community ISPs for competition.
Alright, Xfinity has been doing "simple upgrades" in my area all week. It was scheduled to be done 2/28 but was canceled due to weather. Then rescheduled for 3/2. Well, they've taken the network down from 9 am to 4 pm EVERY DAY this week. I work from home, and this is KILLING ME. Are there any other providers out there?
Don't say Spectrum, I'm in an Xfinity area, and that's not going to happen.
ATT Fiber for $80 month. Gig speed
Plan on moving to jenison soon, I'd like to know which internet provider to use so I need your opinions please
Which services are available and what prices/packages they offer is going to be entirely dependent on the specific location.
If you're lucky you'll have two choices for hard-line providers - one "cable company" and one "telephone company" - the latter will most likely be AT&T. To find what packages/prices are available at your new location, you'd need to go to AT&T's website and enter the specific street address.
The cable company might be either Charter/Spectrum, or Comcast/Xfinity. To see which, and what their packages/prices are, you'd need to go to their websites and enter the specific address.
There are of course also options for cellular service through any of the national cellular companies - T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon (or their resellers/sub-brands)
There may also be other land-based wireless options, as well as satellite, including both something like Hughesnet, as well as Starlink. Availablity of those options may be limited by obstructions such as trees, nearby tall buildings, etc.
edit: URL's for those services added:
I’m paying $127 a month for JUST internet- is that normal? It xfinity- for more context I’m on the lakeshore (grand haven area) What do you all pay??
I have my own modem and router. $55 per month total for internet only with Xfinity/Comcast.
Internet news and infrastructure in Wyoming, MI
In August, 2022, voters in nearby Holland approved a “municipal fiber optic internet network.”(1) This is a big move toward treating internet access like a utility, rather than a luxury on par with a cable TV subscription. A municipal fiber optic network could possibly expand internet access to underserved areas faster than commercial internet providers that have to prioritize profitability when deciding where to build.
Frequently asked internet questions in Wyoming
The biggest pros to T-Mobile 5G Home Internet are its affordability and accessibility. T-Mobile has excellent coverage for a fixed wireless provider, and it’s easy to set up on your own. Plus, you’ll pay a lot less for T-Mobile Home Internet than you would for most other internet plans in Wyoming, MI.
AT&T fiber and T-Mobile use two different internet connection types. AT&T fiber uses fiber-optic, while T-Mobile Home Internet uses a fixed wireless connection. Fiber optic is a higher-quality choice thanks to its reliability, but T-Mobile is more widely available—and it’s cheaper. AT&T has some legacy DSL customers in the area as well, but new customers can’t buy DSL through AT&T—not that we’d recommend DSL anyway.