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Find your Orlando TV and internet providers

At Allconnect®, we make connecting your new home services effortless. Call today to get connected to crystal clear home phone, TV and high-speed internet service in Orlando, FL. We’ll help you find and compare deals from trusted, national providers like Spectrum, AT&T, DIRECTV and DISH, all in one place.

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What types of internet are available in Orlando?

Most Orlando households can get cable internet from Spectrum, which offers service to 99% of the area. XFINITY is also a major cable company in Orlando, covering a more limited portion of consumers. Average plans provide speeds up to 100 Mbps and increase as plans advance.

  •  Availability: Cable companies that offer cable TV service will often provide cable internet as well.
  • Speeds: Your Orlando cable service provider will offer internet speeds that are best for moderate browsers and online gamers.
  • Lag: Bandwidth is shared with multiple customers near you, so during peak usage times, your internet speeds may decrease due to heavy usage.

CenturyLink and AT&T offer DSL internet in Orlando at speeds that average up to 40 Mbps depending on your region. Update social media, browse local news and weather updates and host a video chat with this connection type that’s great for light-moderate users.

  •  Availability: DSL internet usually has widespread availability, especially in more populated areas.
  • Pricing: Your provider will use the existing phone lines in your home to establish your internet connection. This keeps costs lower than connection types that require additional equipment.
  • Speeds: DSL offers slower speeds than other internet connections.

Both CenturyLink and AT&T offer the quick speeds that fiber internet is known for. Speeds start at 100 Mbps and go all the way up to 1,000 Mbps or 1 Gbps. Heavy internet users can host multiplayer online games, stream movies in HD and download large files in seconds.

  •  Speeds: Fiber internet currently offers the fastest speeds of any other connection type. Max speeds will vary based on your package selection and location.
  • Availability: Although most Orlando residents have access to fiber, availability is usually quite limited due to the high costs associated with fiber networks.

 

What internet service providers are in Orlando?

AT&T and Spectrum are currently the largest internet providers Orlando, FL and serve a large portion of Orlando households. CenturyLink and XFINITY, on the other hand, only offer service to a limited amount of Orlando residents. Consider the following details when selecting your internet service in Orlando:

  att centurylink internet spectrum Xfinity
Internet type DSL, Fiber DSL, Fiber Cable Cable
Orlando coverage 67.5% 26.9% 99% 28%
Average internet speed 18 Mbps 40 Mbps 100 Mbps 100 Mbps
Data caps 1 TB/ mo. None None None
Contract 12 mos. No No 12 mos.
Equipment included Router None Modem and router None
Wi-Fi hotspots in Orlando? Yes No Yes Yes

Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 04/03/18.

 

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What TV providers are in Orlando?

When it comes to TV service, Orlando residents will have their choice of some of the biggest providers in the country. Enjoy cable or DSL service from SpectrumXFINITY or AT&T U-verse, or bring service to a rural area with satellite TV from DISH and DIRECTV. Before you make your pick, take a look at the major providers in Orlando and how they compare.

  att directv tv DISH Orlando spectrum] xfinity
Connection type DSL Satellite Satellite Cable DSL
Package options 500+ channels 155-330+ channels 190-290+ channels 125-200+ channels 245+ channels
Local channels Included Included Included Included Included
On Demand programming Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Unique advantage Premium channels for first 3 mos. NFL SUNDAY TICKET, 4K channels, premium channels for first 3 mos. Premium channels for first 3 mos. and free HD for life Free HD and DVR Premium channels for first 3 mos.
Bundle with AT&T internet  AT&T internet and phone Cable internet Spectrum internet and voice AT&T internet and phone

Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 04/03/18.

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Save more by bundling your Orlando services

Bundle your internet, TV and home phone services with full-service providers like Spectrum and AT&T to simplify your monthly bill and make payments simple. You can also bundle with many single-service providers like DIRECTV and DISH who partner with providers like AT&T and HughesNet to offer bundle deals that can earn you additional savings, freebies and more.

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Choose your energy provider in Orlando

Although, Florida electricity isn’t regulated, electrical power is provided to the Orlando metro area by Progress Energy. Currently serving the Carolinas and Florida, Progress Energy has been providing electricity for 100 years and was the first utility to receive the J.D. Power and Associates Founder’s Award for customer service. Florida is also a part of the regulated natural gas market. Currently, Peoples Gas System, a division of TECO Energy, is the state's leading natural gas provider. Peoples Gas System services almost half a million customers, with offices in almost every community in Florida, including Orlando.

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Moving to Orlando, FL?

Moves can be stressful, especially when it’s to a new city or state. Let our TV and internet experts at Allconnect do some of the heavy lifting.  Call today to find and compare the most up-to-date pricing and deals from major providers near your Orlando home. We’ll pinpoint a provider and package for you, then get you setup with home services that best fit your needs.  To help get you more familiar with all that Orlando has to offer, check out the resources below.

Last updated on 4/3/18.

Get only the best for your Orlando home

If you’ve just moved to Orlando or are just looking for better internet, TV and home phone service in the area, let our experts help. Allconnect has pricing and deals from trusted providers near your Orlando home. We’ll compare offers and plans from multiple providers so you get the best deals.

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