Wave Business March 10, 2020

Can My Business Get Wave?

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  • Wave Business is perhaps the most responsive and concerned vendor I've worked with in all my years! You and your team truly provide "World Class Customer Service." The money we save every month over other providers is just icing on the cake.
    Steve Rogers, United Auburn Indian Community
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Want to get Wave for your business?

Wave Business Solutions offers broadband services to clients along the U.S. West Coast:

  • Northern California
  • Oregon
  • Washington

Don’t see your area? We are continually expanding and building our fiber network.
Contact a Business Solutions Specialist today, or call us at 1-844-910-8519 to inquire about serviceability.

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*Internet download speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Observed speeds may vary based on device, connection, and other factors outside of Wave’s control. Speed is not guaranteed and is affected by user’s computer, sites accessed, and number of devices connected. Gig Speed Internet service not currently available in all markets.

Certain equipment may be required to receive 940 Mbps speeds. Actual speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Internet speeds of up to 940 Mbps may vary due to conditions outside of network control, including customer location and equipment.