Wave G gigabit internet for apartments and condominiums
Wave MDU solutions satisfy the growing demand for high-capacity bandwidth like HD and 3D video content and more. Scalable IP solutions give you flexibility and reliability for your broadband customers.
Wave G, Wave’s premier, carrier-class fiber internet service, serves condo and apartment buildings of all sizes in West Coast cities like Portland and San Francisco. We provide residents with symmetrical gigabit speeds to work, game, and surf from the comfort of their homes at significantly higher speeds than traditional internet providers. It’s all supported by top-tier technology, superlative service, and customer-friendly policies like no data caps, flat fee pricing—with no hidden fees—and friendly, knowledgeable technical support teams.
We built Wave G on a simple principle: residential customers in multi-family properties should get the same carrier-class internet and top tier service we provide to some of the biggest companies in the world. We deliver all of it with no contracts, no set-up fees, and no hassles. That’s why developers, property managers, and HOAs love working with us: we don’t charge a building to serve it and we don’t require any service or marketing exclusivity.
Residents demand ultra-fast, ultra-reliable internet service and Wave G delivers. Get future-proof internet on our world-class network backed by local service experts ready to serve your residents—and you—24/7.
What do you get with Wave G?
Complimentary managed WiFi available in common areas
Complimentary internet service available for building management and staff
Sponsored on-site events to inform residents while building community
No service or marketing exclusivity required
No cost to the building
We own the third-largest fiber-optic IP network on the West Coast, but we’re most proud of our #1 ranked internet service. We offer more in-market redundancy than any other provider you can find, and we back it with 24/7 support from local service experts. In addition, we peer with all major content providers—like Netflix, Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, and more—to ensure the lowest latency levels in our industry sector.