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Readily Available Fiber-powered Internet

Keep Everyone Happily Connected with a 1 GIG Plan

Max Download Speed:

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited (in select markets)

Availability

36 states

Monthly Price

$65/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

41 states

Monthly Price

$89.99/mo.*

Max. Download Speed:

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

3 TB

Availability

22 states

Monthly Price

$54.99/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

21 states

Monthly Price

$80/mo.*

Max Download Speed

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

1.25 TB

Availability

19 states

Monthly Price

$109.99/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

1 Gbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

6 states

Monthly Price

$50/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

940 Mbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

6 states plus D.C.

Monthly Price

$50/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

940 Mbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

3 states

Monthly Price

$65/mo.*

Max Download Speed:

940 Mbps

Data Allowance

Unlimited

Availability

Exclusive to Texas

Monthly Price

$50/mo.*

“How to Check for Fiber Internet Near Me?”

Due to its limited availability, getting a 100% Fiber service is all about where you live. In urban settings you’re likely to find a fiber internet provider with relative ease. Now, most suburban regions are also better equipped with fiber optic infrastructures. Use your Zip code to check fiber internet availability in your area.


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Check out 1 GIG Plans from Top Internet Providers

Provider Max. Internet Speed Data Allowance Monthly Price Coverage*
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $80/mo.*
32% of AT&T’s footprint in 21 states Check Availability
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $69.99/mo. * 35% of Windstream’s footprint in 18 states Check Availability
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $69.95/mo. * 100% of MetroNet’s footprint in 13 states Check Availability
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $69.99/mo. * 73% of Cincinnati Bell’s footprint in 3 states Check Availability
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $50/mo. * 50% of Northwest Fiber’s footprint in 4 states Check Availability
img 1 Gbps Unlimited $70/mo. * <1% of Cable One’s footprint in 4 states Check Availability

Compare Home Internet Speeds

Fiber Vs Cable, DSL, Fixed Wireless & Satellite

Internet Service Type Max. Download Speed Max. Upload Speed Latency* Reliability
Fiber Optic 8 Gbps 8 Gbps 9 ms - 14 ms Excellent
Fiber-backed Cable (HFC) 2000 Mbps 100 Mbps 11 ms - 19 ms Good
Cable 500 Mbps 50 Mbps 11 ms - 19 ms May slow down at peak times
DSL 35 Mbps 10 Mbps 30 ms - 61 ms Average
High-Speed DSL 120 Mbps 10 Mbps 18 ms - 30 ms Average
Fixed Wireless 250 Mbps 5 Mbps Similar to DSL Depends on line of sight and weather conditions
Satellite 100 Mbps 3 Mbps 600 ms – 800 ms Vulnerable to inclement weather

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 & Towns with 100% Access to Fiber Internet

Alabama: Fyffe Arkansas: Ola California: North Hills California: Artesia
Colorado: Colorado City Georgia: Metter Georgia: Washington Indiana: Elizabeth
Indiana: Reelsville Iowa: Forest City Iowa: Lake Mills Illinois: Louisville
KansasPrairie Village Kansas: Ellis Kentucky: Cecilia Kentucky: Whitley City
Louisiana: Berwick Louisiana: Maurepas Missouri: Boonville Missouri:Tipton
Minnesota: Bagley Minnesota: Red Lake Maryland: Ashton Maryland: Cabin John
Montana: Chinook Nebraska: Falls City Nebraska: Plainview New Hampshire: Salisbury
New York: Oakdale New York: Freeport New York: Cicero New York: East Rockaway
New York: East Islip New Jersey: Audubon New Jersey: Ridgefield Park New Jersey: Lyndhurst
New Jersey: Garfield North Dakota: Hazen North Dakota: Carrington North Dakota: East Flat Rock
Pennsylvania: Norwood Pennsylvania: Folsom South Dakota: Chamberlain South Dakota: Platte
South Carolina: Cottageville Tennessee: Bristol Tennessee: Blountville Tennessee: Oneida
Texas: Munday Vermont: Danby Virginia: Oakwood Virginia: Grundy
Washington: Ephrata Washington: College Place Washington: Durand Washington: Port Edwards

Frequently Asked Questions

Fiber broadband involves data transfer via light pulses that travel through optical fibers of which the fiber optic cables are made of. Optical fibers are like small glass strands that are bundled to form cables. Data travels through light pulses at ultra-fast speeds, with minimal degradation even over longer distances. Fiber broadband is less vulnerable to interference and has a greater capacity to carry more data. 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 8/8 Gbps in select areas―which is still lightning fast. No other connection type, DSL, cable, fixed wireless or satellite, can deliver such high speeds even for downloads.

100% 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-backed cable internet with download speeds up to 2000 Mbps. To determine which fiber internet providers are in your area 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.

Fiber internet is the perfect choice for homes with multiple users who need to connect for a range of online activities at the same time. It not only delivers the fastest speeds, there is a lot more bandwidth. Ultra-low latency, consistency and overall reliability make fiber internet the best choice for intensive usage, especially home automation and smart security.

If you are looking for a pure Fiber service you should go for service plans from AT&T, 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.