Separate your business
from your competitors
Introducing Gig Speed Internet
from Wave Business
Upgrade today and set your business apart
Your business is unique. So why settle for the same slow, unreliable internet as everyone else?
Set yourself apart from the competition with Gig Speed Internet from Wave Business. Get download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps** and the bandwidth to do everything that makes your business unique. With Gig, you’ll be able to handle:
- Cloud-based computing and off-site data storage
- Video-conferencing and file-sharing
- eCommerce and content streaming
- WiFi for staff and customers
Support you can count on
Wave’s service comes with 24/7 priority technical support from our local, West Coast call center—not halfway around the world.
It’s time for your business to stand out from the crowd. Contact Wave Business today to get started with Gig Speed Internet.
Gig Speed Internet
At only $249.95 per month*, Gig Speed provides you with reliable, lightning-fast internet to move your business ahead of your competitors.
In a market near you
Wave now offers small- to mid-sized businesses Gig Speed Internet in 97%+ of our markets in Washington, Oregon, and California. Fill out the form at the bottom of the page to have a representative reach out to you.
Think Gig might be more than what your business needs right now? No worries. Starting at 15 Mbps, Wave offers a range of internet solutions that can scale with your business. Click here for more information on our other options.
Higher speeds and usage options are available with our Enterprise Services.
Call us at 1-844-232-5719 to get this great deal,
or submit this form and we’ll get back to you:
*Offers available to new business customers only. Two year commitment required. Equipment, taxes, installation, and other fees apply. Gig Speed Internet service not currently available in all markets. Call for details.
**Certain equipment may be required to receive 1 Gigabit speeds. Actual speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Internet speeds of up to 1 Gigabit may vary due to conditions outside of network control, including customer location and equipment.