Fiber is the future.

And we’re making it happen today.

If you want great, choose Fiber.
If you want awesome, choose us.

How do we love Fiber? Let us count the ways.

  1. More download bandwidth. Like, exponentially more. A fiber-optic cable has about 10,000 times more bandwidth than a traditional copper cable.
  2. Faster upload speeds. Upload speeds are what let you video chat without freezing. Our upload speeds are up to seven times faster than the cable company’s.
  3. Resistant to interference. Unlike copper, Fiber doesn’t conduct electricity. So it’s immune to interference from radio signals, cell towers, power lines, etc.
  4. Better at carrying data long distances. That translates into better performance.

Hawaiian Telcom Fiber offers all those advantages, plus one more huge one:

Hawaiian Telcom is the only true provider of fiber Internet straight to your home.

We call it “Fiber over the last mile,” and it means a faster and more reliable way to access the Internet.

Fiber Facts

Data travels as light

These pulses of light go through strands of glass thinner than a human hair.

Incredible upload and download speeds

Fiber can transmit more data at longer distances.

Fiber is resistant

Glass doesn’t corrode like metal cables, and can withstand higher temperatures.

Fiber is eco-friendly

Fiber-optic cables use much less energy to transmit data than metal cables do.


miles of Fiber

Fiber connects us to each other and the world.


Fiber-enabled homes

Our network is constantly growing.

Hawaiian Telcom enables business too!

“We track 30,000 items from ship to warehouse in 9 locations. Now that we are moving into e-commerce, Fiber internet is even more important for us.”

Steven Ai, President, City Mill

“Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is totally connected. Fast, reliable Fiber connections from Hawaiian Telcom allow customers to order online, by app, phone, or on-screen in store!”

Rich Stula, Co-Owner, Teddy’s Bigger Burgers

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Have a need for speed? Fiber can deliver up to 10 times more than metal cables.

Fiber Videos

What is Fiber?

Dive into the nitty-gritty of what Fiber is and why it’s so amazing.

What are the advantages of Fiber?

Ready to nerd out on the technical differences of Fiber? You’ve come to the right place.

How is Fiber different?

Ready to nerd out on the technical differences of Fiber? You’ve come to the right place.

How does the Internet Pass Through the Fiber

How do my emails, files, and websites get passed through Fiber?

The other guys stop short. We go all the way.

Because it has such an impact on your Internet experience, we’re committed to bringing our Fiber network all the way to your home. Other providers use copper for that critical “last mile.”


Answers to the questions you want to know.

Is Fiber really faster than Cable?

Fiber-optic Internet services are faster compared to the cable network with a minimum download and upload speed of 300 Mbps. Many people can access the Fiber network at the same time without affecting the overall performance. This makes it ideal for high demand use that needs to stay constant, even during peak periods.

Is Fiber more reliable than Cable?

Fiber-optic Internet access does not experience interruptions from electricity disruptions. You’ll still be able to access your fiber-optic network without electricity because the cables are made of glass and do not conduct electricity. This protects the cables from fluctuating power voltages and risk of fires. Since the Fiber network cannot be interrupted as easily as other types of Internet connectivity, it provides the most reliable and consistent service

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Hawaiian Telcom is the leader in providing Fiber-optic technology to the state of Hawaii.

Connecting What Matters

We go the extra mile for you. Literally.

Hawaiian Telcom has invested in the “last mile” – the lines that connect your home to the rest of our network. You’ll definitely feel the difference.

Oceans won’t keep us apart.

To help bring Hawai‘i the bandwidth we need, we’ve partnered in the Southeast Asia-U.S. (SEA-US) Trans-Pacific Fiber Submarine Cable System.


Learn to speak Fiber.

Check out this glossary of terms related to Fiber. Impress your friends with your new vocabulary.

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