WOW! Internet Services

Mary Blowers
August 06, 2020

WoW! Internet Overview

WOW!, known as Wide Open West, provides internet, TV and phone service to select states in the U.S. This internet provider has competitive pricing and perks for customers in nine states. WOW! internet is working to expand its market, but right now WoW! provides service to Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, South Carolina and Tennessee.

WOW! internet offers a variety of packages to meet the internet needs of real families based on the number of internet users per household and their specific needs. WoW! has four plans: Internet 100, Internet 200, Internet 500 and Internet 1 Gig. Internet 100 is best for families with three or fewer internet users and supports music and video streaming. Internet 200 meets the needs of families with five or fewer internet users and has the added perks of fast downloading and streaming service across multiple devices. Internet 500 works well for large families with high internet usage and streaming across multiple devices. Internet 1 Gig is the best high-speed option offered by WoW! and it includes up to 1,000 Mbps download speed to support high internet traffic from multiple users across all of their devices. 

WOW! also encourages customers to bundle their internet with TV for an even better value. WOW! customers are able to bundle any of the internet options with either a medium TV plan of 85+ channels or a large TV plan with 120+ channels. 

WOW! Internet Plans 

WOW! internet plans are competitively priced and designed to meet the varying internet needs of different sized families. Wow! internet also allows customers a 30-day free trial to ensure that they have chosen the right plan for their family. 

TYPE OF INTERNETSPEED (MBPS)CONTRACTDATA CAPSSTARTING PRICEAVAILABILITY
Cable, Fiber, DSLUp to 1,000 MbpsContract and no-contract plansNone$34.99Check Availability

WOW! Internet Features and Equipment:

  • Whole-home Wifi
  • Wireless modem 
  • Digital adaptor
  • HD receiver 
  • CableCARD

WOW! Internet Deals

WOW! Internet online deals and promotions vary depending on where you live. Promotional pricing is also only available for customers who have not subscribed to any other WOW! service in the last six months.

It’s worth noting that even if you sign-up for a two-year contract, prices will likely increase after one year. Any deals offered by WOW! internet are promotional as of March 17, 2020 and are subject to change. Offers may also be terminated at any time and may not be available in all areas.

WOW! Internet Data Caps

WoW! Internet has no data caps on its service and you will not be charged for overages.

Pros and cons of WOW! internet

Pros

  • Overall, internet speeds and pricing is competitive
  • Four internet plans to choose from, up to 1 Gig
  • Multiple bundles including internet and TV, internet and Phone and internet, TV and phone
  • In-Home WiFi added to 1 Gig plans
  • Free installation if you sign-up online (this may change without notice)
  • No data caps
  • Has a few plans that require no contracts

Cons

  • Only available in limited areas of the U.S.
  • Early Termination Fee–up to $345
  • Prices increase on two-year plans after the first year
  • No-contract prices can increase at any time without notice
  • Rates for standalone TV and phone aren’t advertised online
  • Most plans require a two-year contract

WoW! Customer Service 

Wow! Experts are available to help at 866.650.7820

WoW! Internet Frequently Asked Questions

How much is WoW! internet?

Internet prices range from $34.99 to $74.99 based on the size of the internet plan.

Can I get internet only from WoW!?

Yes, you can get an internet only package, although it may be a better deal to bundle with TV and phone. 

What internet speeds does WoW! Offer?

WoW! Internet offers speeds ranging from 100 – 1,000 Mbps

What do customers say about Wow! Internet?

WoW! Internet has high customer ratings and earned an A- by the Better Business Bureau

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