Find your local phone, TV, and high speed Internet services with national products like Verizon bundles and DirecTV. Multiple provider options and our Best Price Guarantee help you find great deals throughout Baltimore on your home phone service, high speed Internet, and satellite TV packages.
Our online ordering also offers a convenient way for you to choose your new provider. Connect your local phone, satellite TV, and high speed Internet right here, right now. Or look into connecting them all with the same provider with a money saving bundle. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box above to get connected!
Even if you're not moving, you should look into saving money on your monthly bills. TV and phone companies are always running new promotions. Comparing providers is a great way to see if you're still getting the best deal. Setting up a new phone, TV and high speed Internet bundle where you currently live could actually mean a lower bill each month. Start saving by setting up your new service online, free.
Baltimore is currently powered by BGE, Baltimore Gas and Electric. Bringing natural gas and electricity to central Maryland and the greater Baltimore area, BGE provides electrical power and natural gas to over a million customers.
Even if you're not actually moving, try comparing electrical
plans and natural gas prices with your current rates. As the consumer,
you have the power to choose which companies provide your utilities and
home services. Take advantage of that power. Switching utility companies
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A short drive from our nation's capitol, Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland. There are currently over 2 million people living in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. Primarily due to its famous Inner Harbor, Baltimore has remained a lively sea side port. The sprawling Harborplace market district was revamped in 1980 as the focal point of the urban revival.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor is also home to the National Aquarium. The largest tourist attraction in Maryland, Baltimore's National Aquarium hosts over 16,000 specimens. The stand-out exhibits are the multi-story shark tank, dolphin display, ray pool, and rooftop rain forest. The Baltimore facility is also responsible for running the National Aquarium in Washington D.C.
Start enjoying Baltimore, Maryland. Connect all of your utilities, phone, TV, and Internet services at one time, in one place. Get started by entering your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page. You can also visit the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce website to learn more about Baltimore.
While you're in Baltimore, don't forget about the nearby attractions. you don't have to be moving to Washington, DC to experience the history and sites of our Nation's Capitol.