|Provider||Max Download Speed||Plans|
|Spectrum||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|Cox||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|AT&T||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|Mediacom||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|CenturyLink||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|Xfinity||2000 Mbps||View Plans|
|Frontier||1000 Mbps||View Plans|
|Windstream||1000 Mbps||View Plans|
|Hughesnet||25 Mbps||View Plans|
|Wave||1000 Mbps||View Plans|
|WOW!||1000 Mbps||View Plans|
|RCN||940 Mbps||View Plans|
|Grande||1000 Mbps||View Plans|
|DSL||92%||Cheaper than other connection types but delivers slow speeds|
|Cable||95%||Widely available, faster than DSL, but slower than Fiber|
|Fiber||10%||Limited availability, but delivers blazing fast speeds|
|Satellite||97%||Comprehensive availability inclusive of remote areas, but connectivity may suffer lags|
There are 2500+ internet service providers in the U.S., however customers usually get to pick from a few because of their
availability or lack thereof in a given region. Urban areas have more options in terms of the number of providers, not to
forget the type of connection. Rural areas on the other hand have limited access and mostly get to choose from either satellite
or DSL. 99.85% of rural America has access to at least one satellite provider, while only 54.25% of the rural populace in the U.S.
has access to at least one cable provider.
Situation in urban areas is, largely speaking, on the path to improve due to the availability of fiber internet. However, the availability of fiber optic connectivity is quite limited at the moment. Only 37.06% of the urban population has access to at least 1 provider offering fiber internet service and only 0.11% of the population settled in urban America has access to 3 or more internet service providers that offer a fiber connection. Not a surprise therefore that 83.50% of the rural population cannot access any fiber internet service provider
|Xfinity||39||Cable & Fiber||The Atlantic coast, some of the Midwest, the Four Corners states, and the Northwest coast|
|Spectrum||44||Cable & Fiber||The Pacific coast, Great Lakes region, Appalachia, and parts of the Gulf coast|
|Cox Communications||18||Cable & Fiber||California, the mid-South, and a few Pacific cities|
|AT&T||22||DSL, Fiber, & Fixed Wireless||The South, much of the Midwest, and California|
|Mediacom||22||Cable||Iowa, Illinois, and Georgia|
These are some of the best internet service providers according to their availability. However, not all service providers might be available in your area. The easiest way to find your internet service providers in your area is to enter your ZIP code and we will pull out all providers and their offers in your area.
|Provider||Price Tag||Available Speed|
For 12 months with 1-yr. svc. agmt.
* for 12 mos. plus taxes & equip. fee
|100 - 940 Mbps|
* for 12 months
|60 - 200 Mbps|
* for 12 months with 1 year agreement
For 12 months. Plus, activation, installation and monthly modem rental fees.
The right cable provider will have the right entertainment for you. Most of the cable providers offer similar channels, but they differ in terms of the packages and extra perks they offer. Some cable companies also offer their channel apps for streaming TV on the go. You also get other features such as HD DVR so that you don’t miss any favorite show.
Another discerning factor you must look into is the different tiers of cable TV packages. A basic package comes with basic channels such as ABC, NBC, FOX and more, a mid-tier package, on the other hand, has extra content such as Disney, ESPN, MTV etc., while premium packages tend to come with unique channels such as HBO®, SHOWTIME®, EPIX® & more.
All cable TV providers have listed down their channel lineups so you can make an informed decision and pay only for the entertainment you need. Check out channel lineups of some of the top Cable TV providers:
Channel lineups might differ according to your location.
We have a list of home phone service providers. However, the right one for you will be that lets you cross all boundaries without constantly worrying about your phone bill. Some of our top providers offer free nationwide calling and very reasonable prices for international calling so you can always keep in touch with your loved ones.
You can get Spectrum Home Phone services for only $9.99/month when you bundle it with other services. With Spectrum you can make unlimited calls nationwide and to select areas such as Mexico. Cox Communications offer home phone services at $29.99/month only and Cox also allows free nationwide calls and long distance calls to select areas.
There is an entire range of providers and their home phone services packages to choose from. Enter your ZIP code and find the best the one that works the best for you!
Internet service providers in our database not only facilitate you in terms of telecom services including the fastest internet, best entertainment and consumer-friendly voice services, but home security services too, so you can always keep a tab on your home, whether you are sleeping sound at night or busy with a business trip abroad.
Our top providers including Cox Communications, Spectrum, Xfinity, and AT&T all offer high quality Home Security services with 24/7 professional monitoring.
Your choice of internet service or cable TV provider depends upon several factors. Here we share some pointers to help make your choice-making a little more accurate.
Not all internet providers are available in your area. Check internet providers by ZIP code first.
There are different types of connection such as DSL, Fiber and cable. Check out the difference below.
The speed you need will depend upon the number of devices used and the type of activities conducted
Providers bundle their services and offer them at discounts. You can compare these packages
Before finalizing a package, check out what channels you are getting.
We admit that repeatedly ask you for your ZIP code. However, we don’t mean to be intrusive. The reason we ask for you ZIP code is to help you out in searching the right provider for you. There are thousands of providers across the country, but there availability is limited according to ZIP code and we don’t want you to go through the entire process of searching and wondering which internet provider is available in my area. You will find mostly one or two cable companies in one ZIP code.
We have a sorted database of internet providers by ZIP code and we display all their offers and packages in your ZIP code, so you can easily compare and make an informed decision.
Once you enter your ZIP code, we go through our extensive database and pull out all the internet providers in your area along with their offers and packages. You can take a look at all providers’ bundled offers that give you all services at reasonable prices.
Before you make your final call, you should know what your requirements are. Do take our quiz to find out how much internet speed you need.
We have done the entire research for you to make the process easier. Just enter your ZIP code and we will provide you the entire list of providers in your ZIP code along with their offers and packages.
We recommend top five internet service provider according to their footprint: Cox Communications, Spectrum, Xfinity, Mediacom and AT&T. You can select one of these providers depending upon their offers and your requirements.
Cox Communications provide standalone internet service at only $39.99 per month with speeds up to 150Mbps. If your internet speed requirements are less than this, you can explore other packages or other providers as well.
Once you enter your ZIP code, we show you a list of providers that are available in that particular ZIP code and we try to be as accurate as possible. However, sometimes you might come across some discrepancies and that is because that particular provider may not offer services in the entire ZIP code. A provider may provide services only to a part of that ZIP code and your address might not fall under that.
The same can happen with advertised speeds. A provider may advertise maximum speeds as 100 Mbps, but in your ZIP code, you might get speeds up to only 30 Mbps.
For a more accurate picture, we recommend that you call one of our customer representatives, who will guide through the entire process.
TInternet service providers are companies that offer internet services either through cable, fiber, DSL or satellite. These companies also offer phone and Cable TV services.
Prices of all cable companies vary according to your location. All cable companies offer an entire range of standalone services and bundled packages at reasonable prices.
There are top five providers in the nation according to their national foot print and the number of states they serve. These include: Spectrum that serves 42 states, Mediacom that is available in 22 states, Cox Communications that offer services in 19 states, AT&T has services in 21 states and Xfinity is available in 40 states.
TMost internet service providers now offer 1000 Mbps. However, its availability is restricted to only some areas. Enter your ZIP code to find the fastest internet speeds available in your area.
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