The Internet is everywhere these days. Everyone, young and old alike, is using the Internet for work, play and everyday communication. Having Internet services in your home has become as common as having a telephone. Of course, that's because many users connect to the Internet using their phone lines. Dial-up and often times high speed DSL require a phone line to get connected, but you also have other options. Cable Internet uses your cable connection to deliver high speed Internet service to your home. For another super fast connection, Internet through fiber optic lines is also a very good option.
We've partnered with several dial-up, DSL, cable and fiber Internet providers to offer you a variety of Internet plans at varying speeds and prices. Whether you decide to connect with cable Internet or DSL, we'll help you select the right plan, from the right Internet service provider (ISP). Just enter your address in the "Find Savings" box above to find services from Internet providers in your area.
When searching for your residential high speed Internet service, you'll likely choose either DSL (direct subscriber line) from homephone service providers like ATT bundles , a cable Internet from a broadband provider like Time Warner Cable or a fiber Internet like FIOS and Uverse. All are considered "high speed Internet" and have a variety of pricing options and features.
The main difference is that DSL accesses the Internet through a phone line, cable Internet uses a cable connection and fiber Internet uses fiber optic lines. All high speed Internet service options have a variety of upload and download speeds dependent on the plan that you choose. Some factors that may affect the speed of your high speed Internet connection are the distance from your DSL service provider's central office or the shared bandwidth of multiple cable Internet subscribers using the same ISP.
Fiber optic networks like Verizon FiOS and AT&T Uverse deliver high speed Internet connections are incredibly fast. However, both AT&T Uverse and Verizon FIOS fiber optic Internet is not available in all areas, but are certainly worth a look. Enter your address in the "Find Savings" box at the top of the page to see if fiber optic Internet is available at your address.
DSL high speed Internet service is offered by telephone companies like AT&T, Verizon, and CenturyLink. Many DSL providers will require your home also have phone service for DSL to work. Of course, some DSL providers offer "naked" or "free standing" DSL, or DSL by itself. No phone service required. However, a telephone and Internet combination may actually work in your favor. You could take advantage of a money-saving phone and Internet bundle.
Cable companies like Comcast provide high speed cable Internet services, also known as "broadband". Most providers will even combine your cable Internet with your cable television allowing you to get both services for one low monthly price. Check out the special offers on cable Internet and television bundles or Comcast Bundles by entering your address in the "Find Savings" box at the top of the page.
If you're looking to get online, but don't think you need the speed of broadband or DSL, dial-up Internet could be a low cost alternative. Speeds vary by location, but dial-up is available almost everywhere there's a telephone connection. Using a local number and an active telephone line, popular providers like EarthLink Internet and PeoplePC will have you connected in no time. I