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Depending on where you live, you may have access to fiber-optic, broadband DSL, dial-up, satellite and cable internet from a variety of internet service providers (ISPs). Call Allconnect® to find and compare high-speed internet providers, plans and prices in your area.

What are the top internet providers?

As ranked by Reviews.com as of 9/06/18.

Of course, the “best” internet provider for you is the one that gives you the internet service you need for the best price. Consider your internet needs and what you’re willing to pay for high-speed internet, then compare available internet providers in your area.

Reviews.com is owned and operated by an affiliate of Allconnect, Inc. However, Allconnect, Inc. is not involved in or responsible for the production of Reviews.com content, including the rankings cited on this page.

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Who has the cheapest internet?

Broadband internet pricing varies by location, but many internet providers with cheap internet services are available throughout the U.S. DSL internet providers typically offer the cheapest internet plans. DSL plans are generally cheaper because they deliver internet via telephone lines, which are already widely available throughout the U.S. When shopping for cheap internet, also consider data caps, equipment fees and installation costs.

Cheapest Internet Providers

  • AT&T - Plans starting at $40/mo. for up to 50 Mbps*. Available in 21 states.
  • CenturyLink - Plans starting at $45/mo. for up to 40 Mbps*. Available in 39 states.
  • Cox - Plans starting at $29.99/mo. for up to 10 Mbps*. Available in 19 states.
  • Frontier - Plans starting at $20/mo. for up to 6 Mbps*. Available in 29 states.
  • HughesNet - Plans starting at $49.99/mo. for up to 25 Mbps*. Available in 50 states.
  • Spectrum - Plans starting at $44.99/mo. for up to 200 Mbps*. Available in 45 states.
  • Verizon - Plans starting at $24.95/mo. for up to 1 Mbps*. Available in 8 states and Washington, DC.
  • XFINITY - Plans starting at $29.99/mo. for up to 15 Mbps*. Available in 41 states.

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 8/22/18.

If you’re looking for cheap internet service, these internet providers consistently rank among the most cost-effective service providers in the nation. Most include home Wi-Fi service, connecting you to cheap Wi-Fi internet in your area.

What internet providers have the fastest internet speeds?

Cable and fiber internet providers will likely give you access to the fastest internet speeds in your area. Most cable providers offer download speeds up to 200 Mbps or higher. Fiber internet can reach download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, or 1 Gbps, but availability for fiber internet is currently far more limited than cable.

Fastest internet providers

  Max speed (Mbps) Data cap Contract View offers
AT&T internet 940 Mbps No cap with AT&T Fiber 1000 plan 1 year Shop plans
CenturyLink internet 1,000 Mbps None None required Shop plans
Cox internet 1,000 Mbps 1 TB per month 1 year Shop plans
Frontier internet 500 Mbps None None required Shop plans
Spectrum internet 940 Mbps None None required Shop plans
Verizon Fios internet 940 Mbps None None required Shop plans
XFINITY internet 2,000 Mbps None None required Shop plans

Think you should be getting faster internet speeds from your ISP? Check your home internet speed with our internet speed test. The speed test works for wired and Wi-Fi internet connections.

If your home internet speeds aren’t up to par, shop for a better high speed internet provider with Allconnect.

How to choose the best ISP

Choosing the best ISP for your home is about more than just finding the lowest price. While cheap internet and home Wi-Fi service is ideal, the cheapest internet plan in your area may not suit your needs. Here are a few tips for choosing the right internet service provider for your home:

    • See what's available in your area. Start with internet providers available at your address, then it narrow down. The Allconnect ZIP checker at the top of the page can help you find all available services in your area.
    • Consider what speeds you need. Consider your online activities, as well as how many devices you’ll be connecting, to determine what internet speeds are best for your home. Select plans that offer speeds closest to what’s ideal for your home.
    • Shop for internet deals. Compare internet providers and plans to see if one offers the best internet deals. Some deals on internet could include free equipment or speed upgrades. Many internet providers offer deals for bundling internet with other services.
    • Be mindful of hidden costs. Once you’ve found available internet plans with the speeds you want, compare pricing. Be sure to consider the extra fees and fine print like data cap overage charges, equipment fees, installation costs and contract requirements.

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What types of internet services are available near me?

Know the basics of each internet type and choose the best one for your home.

Overall, broadband internet is offered in four different forms – cable, DSL, satellite, and fiber-optic – any or all of which may be available where you live. Even though each broadband type gives you a high-speed internet connection, each one comes with its own set of benefits, pricing options and features.

DSL internet delivers the internet over phone lines. Unlike dial-up, DSL uses a separate portion of the phone line, so you can access the internet and use your phone at the same time.

  • High availability
  • Lower pricing
  • Limited speeds

Cable internet providers use the same coaxial cable that connects to your TV to bring you high-speed internet. This means you don’t need a home phone line to get connected.

  • High availability
  • Easy to bundle
  • Peak usage times can slow speeds

Fiber-optic networks deliver high-speed internet connections via glass or plastic wires. Availability is limited, but fiber providers are working to bring the service to more areas.

  • Speed up to 1 Gbps
  • Consistent speeds during peak usage times
  • Limited availability

Satellite internet is transmitted into your home via a satellite dish, much like satellite TV. All you need is a clear view of the southern sky to get satellite internet.

  • High availability
  • Limited speeds
  • Data caps

What types of broadband internet are available in your area? Check internet availability in your area with Allconnect.

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Frequently asked internet service questions

According to the Federal Communications Commission, broadband internet is an internet connection with speeds starting at 25 Mbps. You can get these speeds with a DSL, cable, fiber-optic or satellite connection in most areas. Some DSL, cable and satellite internet providers offer plans with speeds lower than 25 Mbps, which is technically not considered “broadband internet,” but still fast enough for light online activity such as browsing the web and streaming TV shows.

No. Dial-up internet cannot reach speeds high enough to qualify as broadband internet. Dial-up internet uses your phone line as a single, narrow pipe between your computer and your internet service provider, limiting the amount of data it can carry. Broadband splits your data line up into multiple channels, giving it the ability to send large amounts of information down these multiple channels at the same time.

Most internet providers offer internet-only, or standalone internet, plans. Internet-only plans are ideal for cord-cutters or anyone who enjoys getting their entertainment over the internet. With many internet providers, bundling internet and TV together can be cheaper than standalone internet, so be sure to compare all options before selecting a plan.

Prices for internet-only plans will vary by provider and location. Depending on what internet options are available in your area, you may be able to find cheap internet-only plans ranging from $20 to $50 per month. For higher-tiered internet plans with faster speeds, monthly costs for internet could easily reach $100 or more. Shop internet pricing in your area with Allconnect.

Nearly every top internet provider offers wireless home internet, or Wi-Fi, connections. You may need additional equipment to get wireless internet, which your internet provider will likely provide. Your internet provider may also charge an additional monthly fee for wireless internet service.

In addition to a modem, you need a Wi-Fi router to setup wireless internet in your home. Most broadband internet providers offer routers for purchase or rental, or include one for free with your service. Once it’s set up, check out our tips for how to boost your home Wi-Fi signal.

Mbps stands for megabits per second. Mbps indicates how much data can be uploaded or downloaded per second over your internet connection. Higher Mbps means faster internet speeds, which allow for better streaming or gaming as well as connecting multiple devices at once.

It depends on what you use the internet for and how many people and devices will connect to the internet. For streaming, gaming and connecting 4-5 devices, 25 Mbps or higher is recommended. For light use, such as online shopping, 3-10 Mbps is fine.

The best internet type, provider and plan for your home depends on what’s available in your area and what you’re looking for. Choose an internet provider that gives you the speeds you want for the best price. Also consider things like data caps—especially if you plan to do a lot of streaming—and equipment fees to narrow down the best internet for your home.

Broadband internet - a connection with speeds up to 25 Mbps or higher - gives you speeds fast enough for streaming TV and music. If you want to stream in HD or 4K resolution with minimal buffering, or download shows or movies and then watch them, you’ll want faster speeds, such as 50 Mbps or higher. DSL, cable, satellite and fiber-optic connections can give you speeds fast enough for streaming.

Online gaming is less about internet speeds and more about latency. Latency, or “ping,” is how long it takes data to transfer from your ISP to your home and vice versa. Higher latency (over 100 milliseconds for the transfer of data) causes interruptions, or lags, in gameplay that can ruin the gaming experience. High-speed cable, DSL and fiber-optic internet connections generally have lower latencies, ideal for online gaming. Satellite internet, however, has latencies too high for real-time online gaming.

Last updated 9/06/18.

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