Wave Broadband July 16, 2019
Restoring Internet Freedom Restoring Internet Freedom Order and Wave

Net Neutrality

Recent FCC orders (sometimes referred to as the “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” or the “net neutrality” rules) mandate that Broadband service providers disclose information about any practices that involve blocking, throttling, and affiliated or paid prioritization. We want you to know where Wave stands on this important issue.

We don’t offer pay for priority services

Wave doesn’t engage in unlawful or anticompetitive discrimination against websites, streaming video services, and voice applications that may compete with traditional services we offer and we don’t offer pay-for-priority services.

We invest in our network

Wave INVESTS in our network to give our customers the internet speed, capacity and services they want most.


Wave also understands how important personal privacy is to our customers and we are committed to maintaining our excellent record of protecting customer privacy. We adhere to a voluntary set of Internet service provider Privacy Principles that cover transparency, consumer choice, data security and data breach notification and are consistent with the Federal Trade Commission’s long-standing Privacy Policy framework.

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