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Find phone, TV and internet services in Washington D.C.

It's fitting that our nation's capital, Washington D.C. has choices when it comes to selecting your home services. Everyone in "the District" can choose plans and services from several national providers like VerizonXFINITYDISH and DIRECTV. Enter your address or ZIP to compare everything from local telephone service to satellite TV and DSL high-speed internet. Online set up is free. It's the fast, easy way to connect all your home services.

Of course, if you're not moving you can look into comparing plans and prices in Washington D.C. to make sure you're getting a good deal on your current service. Enter your current address to start comparing your home phonesatellite or cable TV and broadband or DSL internet. Switching providers or trying a new plan could be a great way to save on your monthly bill. It's easy and free.

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Order electric services in Washington D.C.

Residents of Washington D.C. can turn to Dominion for their power needs. Dominion is one of the nation's 10 largest investor-owned electric utilities, delivering power to more than 2 million homes and businesses in Virginia and North Carolina. That means about 80% of Virginia's residents rely on Dominion for efficient, affordable and safe deliver of electrical power.

Safety is a big concern for those of us working on "the Hill." However, we should all be concerned with safety at home. ADT offers home security systems with 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week. Most insurance companies will even offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance policy just for having a home security system. Enter your address or ZIP to see which security systems are available in D.C.

Moving to Washington D.C.?

Many think of government when they think of Washington D.C., and as our nation's capital, that makes sense. The U.S. Congress is actually the ruling body of the city of Washington D.C. However, Washington D.C. is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, specifically in the areas of finance and scientific research. Still, about a quarter of the population is employed by the federal government.

On the flipside, roughly 20% of the city is dedicated to park land. From the long stretches of green grass on the National Mall to the trails and attractions of Rock Creek Park, the parks of Washington D.C. truly have something for everyone.

Whether you're moving to Washington D.C., or if you'd just like to make sure you've gota good deal, enter your address or ZIP and let us help you set up your new home phone, digital TV and cable or DSL Internet connections. Learn more about Washington D.C. by visiting DC.gov.

If you feel you've exhausted all that Washington D.C. has to offer, if that's possible, you could always move across to some of our other famous cities. Also rich in American history, you could dive deep into revolutionary lore by moving to Philadelphia, PA.

Get better home services in Washington D.C.

Whether you’re new to the Washington D.C. area or just looking for faster internet, cheaper cable service and more reliable home phone, our TV and internet experts can make the process simple. Call Allconnect now to get the most up-to-date pricing and offers from major national providers. We’ll find and compare providers in your area to help you select a plan that’s right for you and your family.

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