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“Is There Fiber Internet Near Me?”

Hybrid fiber internet is not difficult to come by. Major Cable providers like Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Xtream Powered by Mediacom and Optimum by Altice now use advanced hybrid networks and a mix of the latest technologies to deliver Fiber-powered internet as fast as 1 Gbps for downloads. You may not get equal upload speeds, but for home usage what matters more is the power to download, and better bandwidth―and you get a lot of that!

As for a Fiber-to-the-Home connection that delivers the full advantage of a 100% fiber-optic network, availability is still limited albeit increasing.

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Check out 1 GIG Plans from Top Internet Providers

Provider Max Download Speed Data Allowance Monthly Price Availability*
AT&T 1 Gbps Unlimited $80.00/mo.
plus taxes. Autopay & Paperless Bill req’d.*

*Price after $5/mo autopay & paperless bill discount (w/in 2 bills). Monthly State Cost Recovery Charge in TX, OH, NV applies. One time install chrg may apply. Ltd. avail/areas.

31.06% of AT&T’s footprint in 21 states Call Now
CenturyLink 940 Mbps Unlimited $70/mo.
in select markets. Speed may not be available in your area. Maximum download/upload speed of up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection. Paperless billing required. Taxes and fees apply.
22.67% of CenturyLink’s footprint in 16 states Call Now
MetroNet 1 Gbps Unlimited $59.95/mo.
For 6 months. $69.95/mo. for months 7-18. Regular price $89.95/mo. Internet download speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Observed speeds may vary. All speeds not available in all areas. Offer valid for new residential subscribers only.
100% of MetroNet’s footprint in 13 states Call Now
Ziply Fiber 1 Gbps Unlimited $60/mo.
For 12 months w/autopay and paperless billing. Price shown before taxes and fees.
50.30% of Ziply’s footprint in 4 states Call Now

*Fiber coverage stats by provider as per the FCC Broadband Map (2020 Public Release)

Compare Home Internet Speeds

Fiber Vs Cable, DSL, Fixed Wireless & Satellite

Internet Service Type Max. Download Speed Max. Upload Speed Latency Reliability
Fiber Optic 5 Gbps 5 Gbps 8 ms – 13 ms
Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial 1200 Mbps 50 Mbps 12 ms – 26 ms
Coaxial Cable 500 Mbps 50 Mbps 12 ms – 26 ms May slow down at peak times
DSL 35 Mbps 10 Mbps 21 ms – 37 ms
High-Speed DSL 100 Mbps 10 Mbps 21 ms – 37 ms
Fixed Wireless 50 Mbps 5 Mbps Similar to DSL Depends on the line of sight, and can be affected by harsh weather conditions
Satellite 100 Mbps 3 Mbps 600 ms – 800 ms Vulnerable to harsh weather conditions

All You Need to Know about Fiber Internet

What Is Fiber Internet & How It Works?

Fiber internet is the most cutting-edge service type available today. It is delivered by cables made of optical fibers that transfer data via light pulses―at speeds much faster than all other mediums and with minimal degradation, even over very long distances.

What Are the Different Types of Fiber-opitc Internet

Based on the types of networking technologies used by a service provider, you can either get hybrid fiber internet or pure. Where a hybrid connection uses a mix of Fiber and Coaxial/Copper wires, 100% Fiber reaches you solely over fiber optic lines.

What Makes 100% Fiber Worth It?

A pure Fiber connection delivers a high-quality broadband service that is more powerful, many times faster, gets you much more bandwidth, depicts ultra-low latency and is far more reliable than other service types―you can forget the slowdowns at peak hours!

U.S. Cities with Easy Access to Fiber Internet

City/State Fiber Network Coverage %
Woonsocket, Rhode Island 100%
Jacksonville, Florida 100%
Davenport, Iowa 100%
Lexington, Kentucky 100%
Detroit, Michigan 100%
Brookings, South Dakota 100%
Burlington, Vermont 99%
Abington, Massachusetts 99%
Patterson, New Jersey 99%
Provo, Utah 99%
Chattanooga, Tennessee 98%
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 98%
Beaverton, Oregon 98%
Acton, Massachusetts 98%
Kingston, Massachusetts 98%
Rochester, Minnesota 97%
Providence, Rhode Island 97%
Warwick, Rhode Island 97%
New Ark, Delaware 97%
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 96%
Derry, New Hampshire 96%
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 96%
Kansas City, Kansas 96%
Kansas City, Missouri 96%
Olathe, Kansas 96%
Bear, Delaware 95%
Tampa, Florida 95%
Jersey City, New Jersey 95%
Cranston, Rhode Island 95%
Rockland, Maryland 94%
Trenton, New Jersey 94%
Lincoln, Nebraska 94%
New Ark, New Jersey 93%
Tom’s River, New Jersey 93%
Gaithersburg, Maryland 93%
Portland, Oregon 92%
Fort Wayne, Indiana 92%
Hyde Park, Massachusetts 91%
Cincinnati, Ohio 90%
Seattle, Washington 89%
Huntsville, Alabama 89%
New Castle, Delaware 89%
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 89%
Hyattsville, Maryland 89%
Silver Spring, Maryland 89%
Bronx, New York 88%
Lansing, Michigan 87%
Overland Park, Kansas 86%
Lafayette, Louisiana 86%
Lawrenceville, Georgia 85%
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 84%
Kalamazoo, Michigan 84%
Everett, Washington 84%
Manhattan, New York 83%
Springdale, Arkansas 82%
Richmond, Virginia 82%
Dover, Delaware 80%

Frequently Asked Questions

Fiber broadband involves data transmission via light pulses through optical fibers that constitute fiber optic cables. Optical Fibers are like small glass strands and are bundled to form cables. Since data is carried through light pulses it travels at ultra-fast speeds. Fiber optic cables can carry data without degradation for up to 60 miles. Over longer distances, optical amplifiers are used to boost the signal and ensure minimal data loss. Fiber broadband is less vulnerable to interference and has a greater capacity to carry more data through in a given amount of time. It is the fastest and most reliable internet type in the market.

Fiber broadband can deliver speeds up to 10 Gbps (10000 Mbps). However, such high speeds are not yet available for residential consumption. Currently residential customers can expect to see up to 6/6 Gbps―which is still lightning fast. No other internet connection type, DSL, Cable, Fixed Wireless or Satellite can deliver such high speeds even for downloads.

Pure Fiber is not yet readily available everywhere in the U.S. You will need to check availability in your area. However, many service providers are using advanced hybrid networks that deliver Fiber-powered cable broadband with download speeds up to 1200 Mbps. To determine which fiber broadband providers are serving your neighborhood call at 855-349-9328.

A pure Fiber connection requires an Optical Network Terminal (ONT) which acts like a modem and connects you to the provider’s network. The ONT also connects to your router for WiFi connectivity around the house. If fiber optic infrastructure pre-exists in your area, the provider will only have to install the network equipment, otherwise the ONT as well.

Pure Fiber broadband requires an Optical Network Terminal which acts like a modem and connects you to the provider’s network. The ONT also connects to the router to deliver WiFi connectivity around the house. For Fiber-powered cable broadband however you will require a Cable modem that is able to support the delivered speeds. All providers offer customers equipment compatible with the type of service they provide.

Gigabit internet simply refers to the speed an internet connection delivers, which is 1 gigabit per second. Fiber is the technology used for connections that support 1 Gbps speeds and higher―it acts as the source of the gigabit internet. If an internet provider offers gigabit speed, that means their network is either fully or partly powered by Fiber.

It is true Fiber broadband is the perfect choice for homes with multiple users who enjoy surfing, streaming, gaming, and also need the internet to work from home or attend online class. However, what is often overlooked is Fiber enhances the quality of your experience with higher bandwidth, ultra-low latency, consistency, and its overall reliability. This makes it an ideal choice for a seamless experience in homes that are equipped with voice assistants like Alexa, smart appliances like thermostats, lights, locks etc., and smart security devices like cameras, video doorbells, smoke alarms etc.

If you are looking for a pure Fiber service you should go for service plans from AT&T, CenturyLink, or MetroNet, depending on your location. Fiber-powered cable broadband from providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, and Xtream Powered by Mediacom is more readily accessible around the country. To determine the Fiber service plans available in your area call at 855-349-9328.