Best internet providers in Beavercreek, Ohio
The best internet provider in Beavercreek is AT&T. Fiber internet is the best internet type you can get, and AT&T is the most widely available fiber internet provider in the area. It also offers great prices for speeds 500 Mbps and faster. Spectrum and T-Mobile 5G Home Internet are the other two best internet providers in Beavercreek.
Spectrum’s best selling point is its widespread availability and affordable prices—at least for the first two years. After that, you’ll be subject to price hikes. If you want to steer clear of price hikes and don’t have AT&T fiber where you live, go with T-Mobile 5G Home Internet. It offers a Price Lock guarantee for life, so you’ll never pay more than $50 per month.
Our top 3 ISP choices in Beavercreek, OH
After our editorial analysis, we recommend AT&T fiber, Spectrum, and T-Mobile 5G Home Internet as the top internet options in Beavercreek.
#1: AT&T Fiber internet
AT&T earned our top spot for the best internet provider nationwide in 2023. And it’s widely available in the Beavercreek area, which is why it’s our top recommendation for Beavercreek internet. Fiber internet offers symmetrical upload and download speeds, which means you can stream your movie on Netflix just as fast as you can upload your photos to Instagram.
Read our full AT&T review.
#2: Spectrum internet
Spectrum Internet is one of the most widely available internet providers in Beavercreek—and Ohio, for that matter. Its coverage overlaps heavily with AT&T fiber in Beavercreek, so it’s likely you’ll have a choice between the two. Spectrum generally offers cheaper plans if that’s all you're after—but it does have more hidden fees and will raise prices after the first two years.
Read our full Spectrum review.
#3: T-Mobile 5G Home Internet
T-Mobile 5G Home Internet has taken the internet scene by storm after first launching nationwide fixed wireless home internet service in 2021. (1) Although it’s technically available nationwide, some areas still are on a waitlist as they continue to build out infrastructure. T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is available to 96% of Beavercreek, but spots are limited, so claim yours quick if this is what you want.
Read our full T-Mobile 5G Home Internet review.
All internet providers in Beavercreek
Although AT&T, Spectrum, and T-Mobile by far have the best internet availability in Beavercreek, altafiber and Verizon 5G Home Internet are also good options available in some areas of Beavercreek.
You might notice that Viasat, HughesNet, and Starlink are all available throughout Beavercreek. But it’s important to note that these are all satellite internet providers, so the speeds and data are limited and cost more (although you will get unlimited data through Starlink). The equipment costs are also much higher with satellite internet, so it’s really only a good solution for people in rural or remote areas where they don’t have any other internet options.
Fastest internet providers in Beavercreek
AT&T fiber is the fastest internet provider in Beavercreek, with speeds up to 5,000 Mbps (5 Gbps). Spectrum is the second-fastest internet provider in Beavercreek, with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps. Although it’s always nice to have the fastest internet available, 5,000 Mbps is a lot more than you probably need. An internet plan with 500–1,000 Mbps will be more than fast enough for a house full of streamers and remote workers.
How much speed do you need?
Cheapest internet providers in Beavercreek
Spectrum is the cheapest internet provider in Beavercreek, with plans as low as $40 per month for the first two years. The catch with Spectrum is that they raise prices after the first two years. So if you plan on staying in Beavercreek for two years or more, you’ll either have to switch internet providers again to get a better price or just swallow the price hike and Spectrum fees.
You will also be able to get cheaper internet through T-Mobile or Verizon if you bundle your home internet and cell phone plan. Bundled plans could bring your internet bill down to around $25 per month.
Internet options in nearby cities
Since Beavercreek is so close to Dayton, it has similar internet options to what you’ll find there. Beavercreek is just on the outskirts of the main AT&T fiber availability area rather than right in the center, like Dayton. Generally, Spectrum is available consistently throughout Beavercreek and in the surrounding areas while coverage from smaller, local providers is spotty depending on the area. Learn more about what internet option we recommend in cities nearby Beavercreek.
What Beavercreek residents are saying on Reddit
A common theme among Beavercreek residents discussing internet service in online forums is that Spectrum is widely available and many people have it, but they’re also open to finding other options. The price hikes and unexpected fees from Spectrum aren’t popular, and other providers often offer faster speeds or better service than cable internet. Many Beavercreek and Dayton residents recommend checking local fiber provider availability in your area to see if you’re lucky enough to get a fast plan for a reasonable rate with good customer service.
Beavercreek/WPAFB area. Looking for suggestions on a local service provider for internet-only. Who has had a good experience, and what is the monthly cost?
Had nothing but problems with Spectrum equipment and service. Switched to IgLou (reselling ATT fiber) and have had 0 issues. Definitely worth seeing if they service your address.
Who does everyone use for internet? I've used spectrum for almost 10 years now and have always been satisfied. They upped their price to where we are not paying 85 p/mo and the internet has been spotty. Getting very frustrated, but idk where else to go. I found a company called EarthLink that offers 75 Mbps for 25 p/mo, but I've never heard of them so I'm weary...
ATT Fiber. 500mbps for $55 per month. Zero issues.
What is the best internet provider in the area with a relatively cheap monthly rate?
EDIT: Thank you for all the info and suggestions!
Tmobile is $50 a month
Internet news and infrastructure in Beavercreek, OH
Although nearby Montgomery County has garnered media attention for its lack of households with high-speed internet access, Beavercreek hasn’t come under the same scrutiny. (2) In fact, Beavercreek has been the recent recipient of additional internet infrastructure investment from Metronet. Although the exact speeds are still to be determined, Metronet has promised multi-gig speeds and a first free month of internet service. As this new provider continues to gain ground in Beavercreek in 2023, it’s certainly worth keeping on your radar. (3)
Frequently asked internet questions in Beavercreek
Metronet is currently expanding service to Beavercreek in 2023. If you live in Beavercreek, you might’ve noticed construction around your home as they lay the fiber-optic cables necessary to bring Metronet to Beavercreek. You can sign up for Metronet in Beavercreek now, but the service will be available on a rolling basis as the infrastructure rolls out.
No, Metronet is not owned by AT&T. Metronet is a local internet provider owned by a family based in the Midwest. It offers internet service in 16 states and is headquartered in Indiana.
- “T-Mobile launches transformative 5G home internet in Metro by T-Mobile Stores Nationwide,” T-Mobile. Accessed 23 March 2023.
- “Community meetings set to offer discussion about affordable internet access,” Dayton 24/7 Now. Accessed 22 March 2023.
- “Metronet brings multi-gig internet to Beavercreek,” TheDesk.net. Accessed 23 March 2023.