Gigabit Internet in Santa Ana Area

Looking for Gigabit Internet service providers in Santa Ana, California? With Gigabit Internet, you can enjoy upload and download speed of 1000 Mb per second. That means you can download HD movies, music and large files in just seconds. Nowadays Gigabit Internet is widely available to metro areas. Santa Ana is one of the top city where fiber-optic providers deliver up to 1 Gbps Gigabit Internet connection. Most of the provider offers symmetrical speed that means you also get Gigabit upload speed. With 1 Gbps upload speed, you can upload large files and videos in just seconds.

Types of Internet Providers in Santa Ana, CA

  • 95% of residents in Santa Ana can get DSL Internet.
  • 98.5% of residents in Santa Ana can get Cable Internet.

Below is the comparison of all providers offering Gigabit Internet in Santa Ana area. Choose the best provider and get connected with blazing fast speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second.

Cox Communications Gigabit Internet

Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company, providing advanced digital video, Internet, telephone and home security and automation services over its own nationwide IP network. Cox Gigablast offers up to 1 Gbps Internet speed in select markets. Cox Gigablast lets you enjoy the fastest WiFi available in-home to power all your devices to keep everyone surfing, gaming, streaming, and sharing.

Cox Communications  Gigabit Internet plans available in Santa Ana

Gigablast Internet
$99.99/mo for 24 months
  • 1 Gbps download speed
  • 1 Gbps upload speed
  • Wi-Fi modem/router included
  • Free pro install
  • 400,000 WiFi hotspots nationwide

Google Fiber Gigabit Internet

Google Fiber starts with a connection that's up to 1,000 megabits per second. Google Fiber provides fiber-to-the-premises service broadband Internet and cable television services.

Google Fiber  Gigabit Internet plans available in Santa Ana

Fiber 1000
$70 per month
  • Up to 1,000 Mbps download
  • Up to 1,000 Mbps upload
  • Download an HD movie in 40 seconds
  • No data caps