Find Phone, TV, and Internet Services in San Francisco
San Francisco has phone,TV, and Internet plans from national providers like AT&T, Dish Network dish TV, and DIRECTV. Enter your address above to compare everything from new local phone service to satellite TV and DSL high speed Internet. Our free online set up is the fast and easy way to connect all your home services.
If you're not moving, you could try to find a better deal on your existing service. Using our compare feature you can find prices on your home telephone service, cable or satellite TV, and DSL high speed Internet. You could be saving money each month by switching to a new provider or just trying a new plan with your current provider. It's easy. Enter your address above to see what's available and connect online for free.
Order Home Services in San Francisco: Gas & Electric Utilities
San Francisco currently gets its electrical power and natural gas from locally based Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). Established in 1905, PG&E provides natural gas and electricity to approximately 15 million people in northern and central California.
San Francisco homeowners can also take advantage of a home security system from Security Choice. With 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week, Security Choice gives you confidence in your home's safety. And if home security isn't enough, most insurance companies will even offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance policy just for having a security system installed. Enter your address in the box at the top of the page to see which security systems are available in San Francisco.
Moving to San Francisco, California
With several internationally known landmarks, San Francisco welcomes its fair share of tourists. From the iconic trolley cars to the impressive Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz to Fisherman's Wharf, the name "San Francisco" is immediately associated with images of these historic sites.
Due in great part to San Francisco's continual exposure in movies and television, tourism drives this economy. However, it isn't tourism alone. The financial sector plays a big part in the history and current business world of San Francisco. Housing the headquarters for both Wells Fargo and Bank of America, the San Francisco financial district is made up of multi-national banks, venture capital firms and other financial institutions.
Let us help you get settled in San Francisco. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page to find your new telephone, digital TV, and cable or DSL Internet connections. There's no cost to set up your account online. More information is available at the offical website for the City of San Francisco.
San Francisco is also a short drive away from several other enjoyable California destinations. Plan a day trip and enjoy the change of scenery without moving to Sacramento, CA or Santa Cruz.