10-Gigabit fiber-optic internet from Sonic.

America’s Fastest Internet

Award-winning internet from America’s fastest internet provider.

Our 100% 10-Gigabit fiber network provides the fastest, most reliable internet connection to your home, delivered over the most advanced technology available. So, you can do more of everything you love online, in less time.

What makes Sonic Fiber so great?

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Symmetric Speeds

Whether you are downloading or uploading data, Sonic fiber gets it done as fast as possible.

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Best Speed for the Price

Sonic offers the fastest fiber at the cheapest price because everyone should have access to the internet.

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No Price Tiers, Just Fast 10-Gigabit Speed

Sonic doesn’t believe in tiered internet services; we are dedicated to giving you the fastest service available.

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Limitless Possibilities

Whether it’s downloading the entirety of your favorite binge-worthy series or getting that one-hour workout done, Sonic internet’s only limit is what you do with it.

Put us to the test.

Sonic can deliver up to 10 Gigabits of fiber-optic internet speed — that’s 2x faster than the competition! To see how much faster that looks like against the U.S. broadband average, select any of the options below to compare.

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U.S. Broadband Average

Sonic 10-Gigabit Fiber-optic Internet speed claims represent maximum network service capability speeds and based on wired connection to gateway. U.S. Broadband Average speed based on Speedtest Global Index rankings for U.S. fixed broadband as of August 2022.

“We want to provide the fastest access that the technology can to every household.”

Dane Jasper, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder

Don’t just take our word for it.

Sonic has been recognized over the years by the industry for our speed and reliability, customer service, and privacy protections.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is fiber-optic internet?

Fiber-optic internet is a broadband connection that can reach speeds of up to 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps), with low lag time. Commonly called fiber internet or simply “fiber,” this technology uses fiber-optic cabling and light pulses to form an electromagnetic carrier capable of sending data at faster speeds through a glass tube.

Can I test my own internet speed?

Yes. Simply measure your speeds with the Sonic Speed Test and gauge the performance of your internet service. A wired connection will result in the most accurate speed test. Other devices utilizing your network can also affect the speed to the device being tested.

Do I need 10 Gigabits of fiber-optic internet?

The bandwidth of 10 Gigabits relieves any pressure on your computer or other devices and ensures that everyone in your home can access the services they need in real-time. Once you’ve installed fiber, you can shorten the data transmission of a 20 GB file by up to 90%. Speed up your computer network and trust that your connection will be consistent when you need it most.

Is fiber-optic the best internet?

Fiber-optic technology is currently the fastest, most reliable internet service available. Fiber internet increases download and upload speeds and the technology uses glass cabling to send data as fast as about 70% of the speed of light.

How does fiber internet connect to my house?

When running a direct connection to your home, you’ll need a device installed on your home’s exterior wall that allows the signals to be interpreted by your fiber-optic modem and other devices. This is called Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and Sonic will bring it right to your door. Check your address to see what services are available to you.

What equipment do I need to optimize Sonic’s 10-Gigabit connection?

Getting the maximum speed of 10 Gigabits requires 10 Gigabit-capable equipment. 10-Gigabit ports are required on your personal devices to achieve maximum speed. These fast speeds are achieved using ethernet cables irrespective of device location. Ethernet outperforms WiFi and achieves around 9400 Mbps with 10-Gigabit Ethernet. Please see our helpful article for more tips on maximizing your speed.