City Of Manteca

Internet Fiber & Broadband

Manteca High-Speed Internet Providers

Fiber Optic & Gigabit Speed Broadband Services Now Available

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Demand is growing due to business needs, telecommuters, & student remote learning.

Compare Manteca broadband providers below, or search online at: BroadbandNow.com​


Provider Name* Connection Manteca Coverage Top Speed Business/ Residential Visit website for more information
Ayera Technologies, Inc.Fixed Wireless100%60-100 MbpsBoth www.ayera.com
Fixed wireless 60-100 Mbps with low latency and symmetric burst speeds for faster uploads & downloads 
Comcast Business/ Xfinity Cable51% / 96%1 GB/1000 MbpsBoth www.xfinity.com/learn/internet-service
Cable connection up to 1000 Mbps (1GB) with advanced security to block cyber threats
CVIN/Vast NetworksFiber42.8%100 GB/100,000 MbpsBusiness www.vastnetworks.com
Fiber speeds up to 100 GB with all underground dedicated connections  ​
Frontier CommunicationsDSL100%90-115 MbpsBoth www.frontier.com
DSL speeds up to 90–115 Mbps with unlimited data and Wi-Fi
Fire2WireFixed Wireless100%12-500 MbpsResidential www.fire2wire.com
Fixed wireless up to 500 Mbps south of Hwy 120/ East of Hwy 99, and 12 Mbps in other areas
HughesNetSatellite
100%25 MbpsResidential www.internet.hughesnet.com
Satellite speeds up to 25 Mbps with built in Wi-Fi and several data packages
UnWired BroadbandFixed Wireless100%30 MbpsBoth www.getunwired.com
Fixed wireless up to 30 Mbps with new tower in Manteca, and offering unlimited data option ​
Viasat Internet (Exede)Satellite100%100 MbpsResidential www.viasat.com
Satellite speeds up to 100 Mbps with built in Wi-Fi and unlimited data options
Wave CommunicationsFiber100%10 GB/10,000 MbpsBusiness www.business.wavebroadband.com
Fiber speeds up to 10 GB with dark fiber options and expanding  coverage across Manteca 


*Providers displayed above cover more than 40% of the City of Manteca. Additional providers covering less than 40% can be found at BroadbandNow.com​AT&T, South Valley Internet, TPx Communications, Utility Telecom, Verizon, and Windstream.