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Wired or Wireless offers Internet service to approximately 698,460 people in 67 cities over 2 states.

Wired or Wireless offers Internet service via the following technologies: Cable and Fixed Wireless

Wired or Wireless is available in 2 states.

Top 10 cities serviced by Wired or Wireless

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Spokane, WA30 Mbps10 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Pullman, WA4 Mbps1 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Cheney, WA5 Mbps2 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Loon Lake, WA5 Mbps2 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Liberty Lake, WA30 Mbps10 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Sandpoint, ID30 Mbps10 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Mead, WA30 Mbps10 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Airway Heights, WA5 Mbps2 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Medical Lake, WA5 Mbps2 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless
Colville, WA5 Mbps2 MbpsCable and Fixed Wireless

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