In Hawaii there is 1 residential Cable provider covering 97.07% of the state. The average home can get speeds up to 939 Mbps. Note that we may have a financial relationship with some of the providers below. This does not influence rankings, and helps us provide high-quality detailed information for free.


Cable Internet Service Provider in Hawaii

Spectrum | Cable



Avg. Speed:

939 Mbps

To avoid wasting your time, providers with less than 1% coverage in Hawaii are not shown.


Hawaii Satellite TV & Internet Providers

DISH Satellite TV



Avg. Speed:

N/A: Call to bundle.


DIRECTV Satellite TV



Avg. Speed:


Not sure whether to choose Dish or DIRECTV? For most people most of the time we recommend DISH. But click here to learn more.


HughesNet Satellite Internet



Avg. Speed:

15 Mbps

(High latency)




Where in Hawaii is cable internet available?

Hawaii map of cable internet availability

Cable Internet Availability Key



Cable is available in 97.07% of Hawaii. Areas in green have cable internet service, where areas in yellow or red may not. The most widely available provider is Spectrum. Call one of the companies with service in Hawaii above to see who has service at your home.


How fast is cable internet in Hawaii?

The map below shows maximum cable internet speeds by area in Hawaii.

Hawaii map of the fastest cable internet speeds

Cable Internet Speed Key

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The average Hawaii home can get up to 939 Mbps on their cable internet plan. The fastest cable download speed in the state is 940 Mbps, which 96.95% of residents can get. Some homes and apartments do not have access to these speeds. On the slower end, for example, less than 1% of homes can only purchase plans up to 100 Mbps. See the internet provider details below for info about their speed and coverage in Hawaii.

Cable internet speeds tend to be faster in the northwest parts of Hawaii, and slower in the central areas of the state.

Is cable the fastest internet I can get in Hawaii?

The fastest internet for you may vary based on where in Hawaii you live. In general, fiber competes most often with cable in the state.

  • Fiber is the fastest internet type for 58.43% of Hawaii homes.
  • Cable is fastest for 40.10% of the state.
  • DSL is fastest for less than 1%.
  • Fixed wireless is fastest for less than 1%.
  • Satellite internet may be the only option for less than 1% of Hawaii homes.


Cable Providers in Depth

Below you'll find which TV and internet providers offer service in Hawaii, along with details on where in Hawaii and at what speeds.

Spectrum Cable in Hawaii

Spectrum cable coverage

About 97.07%, or 1,320,445 people, have Spectrum cable internet available to them in the state. The company covers the entire Hawaii area. Spectrum is one of the largest internet service providers internet service providers in the US, with internet service available in most of Hawaii.


Spectrum cable download speeds

Spectrum is above average when comparing download speeds to all other internet providers in Hawaii. Versus other cable providers in the area, Spectrum cable is the fastest. There are 2 different maximum speeds throughout Hawaii. The fastest plan anyone in Hawaii can order from Spectrum goes up to 940 Mbps, the slowest package only goes up to 100 Mbps, and the state-wide average maximum speed for Hawaii customers is up to 939 Mbps.

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The following maximum speeds are marketed to Spectrum customers in Hawaii. Cheaper plans with slower speeds may be available.

  • 99.9% up to 940.0 Mbps
  • 0.1% up to 100.0 Mbps


Spectrum cable upload speeds

In Hawaii download speeds tend to be than upload speeds for Spectrum cable. Compared to other ISPs, Spectrum is below average where upload speeds are concerned, and the fastest compared to other Hawaii cable providers. Spectrum offers 2 different upload speeds across the state, so your internet plan's upload speed may vary by neighborhood. The fastest upload speed available to anyone from this ISP in Hawaii is up to 35 Mbps. Some customers have slower plan choices, which only go up to 10 Mbps. On average, Spectrum customers can get speeds up to 35 Mbps.

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Spectrum's Hawaii cable customers can expect the following upload speeds:

  • 99.9% up to 35.0 Mbps
  • 0.1% up to 10.0 Mbps





Hawaii Cable by Area

This information is most helpful to those looking for homes or considering moving to Hawaii or any of the areas nearby.

How does cable internet in Hawaii compare to the rest of the United States?

Cable internet speeds in Hawaii are comparable versus the average speeds in the United States: 936 Mbps in the United States versus 939 Mbps in the state. The nation has similar cable availability compared to the state. Average cable coverage in the United States is 89.84% versus 97.07% in Hawaii.

What zip codes have cable internet?

Cable internet coverage varies by zip code and neighborhood. Some examples in or around Hawaii are shown below. You can enter any zip code here to see TV and internet providers by zip code.

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What does cable internet look like in other states?

Below are states nearby and with similar populations. This comparison can be useful if living somewhere with fast internet is important to you.

Nearby States

  • California: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Oregon: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Nevada: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Washington: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Alaska: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Idaho: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Arizona: less cable coverage, faster speeds
  • Utah: less cable coverage, slower speeds
  • Montana: less cable coverage, slower speeds
  • New Mexico: less cable coverage, slower speeds

States with Similar Populations