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Best internet providers in Reynoldsburg, Ohio

Reynoldsburg, Ohio, has access to multiple speedy internet providers, including our winner for best ISP, AT&T. With AT&T fiber, you get fast, simultaneous download and upload speeds with a reliable connection, making it perfect for working from home, gaming, or whatever else you do on the internet. If you can’t get fiber yet, Spectrum and Breezeline both cover over 90% of Reynoldsburg with cable internet that should still meet all your needs—it just might not be quite as good a deal.

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  • Plans starting at $55.00 - $180.00
  • Download speeds up to 5000Mbps
  • Upload speeds up to 5000Mbps

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  • Plans starting at $29.99 - $169.97
  • Download speeds up to 1 Gbps
  • Upload speeds up to 35 Mbps

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  • Plans starting at $19.99 - $29.99
  • Download speeds up to 1000 Mbps
  • Upload speeds up to 1 Gbps

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How we rank internet providers
We have a robust rating system to score internet service providers overall, but the quality of service could vary city to city. When narrowing down the best providers specific to Reynoldsburg, we considered factors like availability, value, performance, and customer experience. We source information directly from the ISP's themselves, the FCC, and first-hand insights from residents of Reynoldsburg.
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Our top 3 ISP choices in Reynoldsburg, OH

Our top picks for internet in Reynoldsburg are AT&T fiber internet, Spectrum internet, and Breezeline internet.

#1: AT&T fiber internet

AT&T has been busy these last few years replacing all their outdated DSL lines with new fiber-optic cables. Many Reynoldsburg homes already have fiber; if that applies to you, then you have access to one of the best internet providers nationwide. AT&T offers great internet paired with great customer satisfaction. We recommend their 300 Mbps plan for most families, which you can get for around $55 per month, but you might eventually see speeds up to 5 gigs (5,000 Mbps) as AT&T continues to build out its “hyper-gig” infrastructure.

Read our full AT&T internet review.

#2: Spectrum internet

Spectrum is the most widely available wired internet service provider in Reynoldsburg, servicing 96% of households. While its customer service and prices can’t match AT&T, Spectrum does offer budget plans as low as $20 per month for the first year. If you can’t get fiber yet, we recommend Spectrum as the #2 choice for users who need a stable, wired internet connection for activities like working from home.

Read our full Spectrum internet review.

#3: Breezeline internet

Breezeline is a new provider that took over service for WOW! internet in 2022. They offer speedy cable internet with six-month promotional pricing that beats Spectrum. You’ll pay more in the long run, however, and we’ve seen a lot of complaints from former WOW! customers whose service transitioned to Breezeline last year. Generally, we would pick Spectrum over Breezeline, but it might not be a terrible idea to switch between Spectrum and Breezeline to get the promotional pricing deals while you wait for AT&T to lay fiber lines to your address.

All internet providers in Reynoldsburg

Besides our top three providers, Reynoldsburg residents also have access to T-Mobile 5G Home Internet, which offers fixed wireless to most of the city. Speed and reliability can vary depending on your exact address, but average speeds reach a little under 200 Mbps, which should suit the needs of most households. And, if you bundle your plan with a T-Mobile cell phone, you can pay less than $30 per month for unlimited internet. Reviews for those residents with access to good service are positive about it, especially as an affordable and better-supported alternative to Spectrum (whose customer service is low). There’s a 15-day money-back guarantee, so you can test out T-Mobile service and see if it works for your needs.

Less than half of Reynoldsburg also has access to fixed wireless service through Point Broadband or Verizon. Verizon has similar speeds and prices to T-Mobile. Point Broadband has fixed wireless service, but it is unlicensed, meaning they transmit their data over public radio waves, meaning you’re more likely to experience interference.

Your final option is satellite internet from HughesNet, Viasat, or (with a waitlist) Starlink. We don’t recommend any of these providers if you have other options, as satellite internet is lower, more expensive, and less reliable than other internet types.

Fastest internet providers in Reynoldsburg

Currently, Breezeline and Spectrum tie for the fastest provider in Reynoldsburg, with top speeds of 1 Gbps. Even though not everyone in Reynoldsburg can reach these speeds, everyone in the city has access to plans that offer at least 250 Mpbs, which should still be plenty fast for regular internet users.

How much speed do you need?

When choosing an internet plan, you want to keep all of your activities running smoothly without paying extra for speeds you don't need. At the bare minimum, you need 25 Mbps to do light browsing on one or two devices. Most households with multiple people and multiple devices will want to look for speeds in the 100–500 Mbps range. Learn how much speed your household needs in our guide to internet speed.
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Cheapest internet providers in Reynoldsburg

Spectrum’s 30 Mbps plan is likely your cheapest option in Reynoldsburg, starting at $20 per month. However, 30 Mbps might be a little slow if multiple people are trying to use the internet at the same time, so we don’t necessarily recommend it. You can also get T-Mobile or Verizon for around $25 per month when you bundle it with a cell phone plan, so that’s another option to look into if you already use one of those as your mobile provider.

You may also be eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program, which helps low-income families afford a broadband internet connection.

Internet options in nearby cities

Spectrum and T-Mobile offer the most comprehensive coverage in the greater Columbus area. AT&T, Breezeline, and smaller providers offer less consistent coverage but are still available in many cities surrounding Reynoldsburg. And of course, satellite internet is available almost everywhere.

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What Reynoldsburg residents are saying on Reddit

Residents of the greater Columbus area love their fiber internet, which usually means AT&T. Most agree that switching to fiber from Spectrum is the best move. Other common conversations include frustration with Breezeline, and being pleasantly surprised with T-Mobile fixed wireless.

See for yourself what people are saying:

Post by u/Vendetta614
Reliable internet providers?

I’ve had DSL AT&T (they don’t offer fiber) and I’m at my last straw with them, their customer service on top of the mediocre speeds are just trash really. I’ve heard mixed things about Spectrum and I’ve seen problems since WOW was changed to Breezeline, so what’s my best route here? I work from home so this is pretty urgent thing for me.

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It seems to be dependent on the neighborhood you live in as to which provider sucks the least.

Post by u/Mission-Artichoke502
Best internet provider?

I’m moving to the area and would like hear your thoughts on your internet provider? I play console and PC games.

I also work from home. Spectrum appears to be running a good deal as well. Are they reliable?

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AT&T Fiber if you can get it

Post by u/lifequestioner6
Has anyone tried T-Mobile internet?

Apparently you can get T-Mobile internet in Columbus for $50 a month. Has anyone tried it out? If so- How does it compare?

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My friends just got it. They love it. It is literally at big modem you put by a window. I guess its 5g. He's able to stream live on YouTube, and his partner watch a movie with no buffering. They couldn't do that with spectrum. They're paying 120$ for the internet and cell lines. During the big storms last week, he lost internet for like 15 minutes. You can also take it with you and plug in anywhereish for instant access. Customer service is top shelf.

Post by u/xavier86
Breezeline took over my WOW account, and now my internet bill increased 60%

I was 10 months into a $24.99 special for 100Mbps internet through Wow. I just got my new bill due late May for Breezeline and they upped it to $39.99.

Watch out.

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I have not received a breeezline bill and they look like they are no longer posting the bills on wowway.

Really wary of this because as far as I know there is no competitor that offers what wow offers.

It would be great if these companies would actually compete instead of just buying each other.

Post by u/flydrip
Has anyone actually had reliable Breezeline internet services?

A big question I'm wondering is if this will all go away with time? Like will it all just end eventually if I stick it out during these WoW transition stages?

I only see negative stories. I've been with them for a little over 1 week and have already had random disconnects, lying from reps about my area undergoing maintenance, among a few other issues.

Hell my verizon Mobile Hotspot on my phone was more stable last week (seems their internet is a little better this week).

Spectrum is so tempting but more expensive/low upload speeds.

There just seems like no winning when it comes to ISPs in Cbus.

EDIT: Consensus is that lots of people have also had some good experiences with Breezeline, however most people who have had good experiences are using their own purchased modem/router hardware.

Further research from other threads has brought me to believe there's something up with their hardware, specifically the white square plume devices they are installing with the included "WiFi Your Way" application. I'm going to try and disable lots of security settings in the plume device to see if it helps. But honestly I should probably just buy my own modem and router.

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I haven't had any service issues with Breezeline since it took over my Wow! service.

Internet news and infrastructure in Reynoldsburg, OH

Reynoldsburg already has access to high-speed internet from Spectrum, Breezeline, and AT&T. But residents may soon see even faster speeds as AT&T expands its “hyper-gig” offerings. (1)

The other big broadband news in Reynoldsburg is Breezeline taking over WOW!’s cable footprint in the greater Columbus area in 2022. Complaints were rampant after the transition, but we haven’t seen quite as much negative talk recently, so hopefully, things will settle down as Breezeline figures itself out.

In Reynoldsburg, 100% of homes can get 100 Mbps, 100% can get 250 Mbps, and 11% can get 1 Gbps.

Frequently asked internet questions in Reynoldsburg

AT&T offers fiber and DSL internet in Reynoldsburg, while Spectrum has mostly cable. With AT&T fiber, you will have symmetrical upload and download speeds, which is great for activities like video calls and online gaming that require two-way communication with the web. Spectrum’s download speeds are much faster, which can sometimes cause lag in these sorts of activities. AT&T also has a better customer support reputation. However, AT&T is not as widely available in Reynoldsburg, and it also does not have a true budget plan for users who want internet for less than $50 per month.

Compare AT&T to Spectrum.

AT&T fiber is a great service with pros like speed, reliability, and great customer support. The one true downside of AT&T fiber is that it lacks a plan under $50 for budget shoppers or light internet users. Otherwise, we think it’s an outstanding service.

AT&T DSL is a different story—with outdated technology and super-slow speeds, it probably isn’t a great value for you. Its main upside is wider availability as AT&T continues to build out its new fiber network.

Our expert researchers ranked AT&T #1 in Reynoldsburg (and in the US) for its fiber service. If you can get it, it’s a great value, and customers seem very satisfied with their internet. It might not be the best service for you if you need a budget plan or if you live in a more rural area that doesn’t have access to fiber.

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