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What is cable internet?

Cable internet is an internet connection using the same cable that connects to your TV. Because the cable used by your TV provides much greater bandwidth than phone lines, cable internet is much faster than DSL. Most cable providers offer cable and internet packages at a discounted rate. That means you can easily save more money by bundling your TV, phone and internet services from the same cable provider.

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Pros and cons of cable internet

  • No home phone line is required to get online
  • As long as you’re hooked into the network, you can expect a good connection
  • Boasts speeds that are much faster than dial-up and DSL
  • Get service for a price that meets your budget and remains steady
  • Available and easily connected in most areas
  • Internet speeds can throttle because you’ll share a connection with users in your area
  • Most cable internet providers have data caps and will throttle your internet speed or charge additional fees when the max has been hit
  • The more devices connected, the slower your internet speeds

Selecting your cable internet provider

We partner with big cable companies across the country such as CoxSpectrumXFINITY and many others. These partnerships allow us to offer affordable cable internet plans in your area. Here’s how it works:

1. Search your address

Search your address for providers and plans offered in your area.

2. Compare providers

Compare providers, features, prices and packages.

3. Order your package

Choose your cable internet package and give us a call to order.

When comparing cable internet providers, keep in mind important features like pricing, available speeds and equipment fees. Take a look at some of the major providers we partner with and how they stack up against each other.

Top cable internet providers


Speeds average around 100 Mbps, data cap of 1 TB/mo., access to over 500,000 free hotspots nationwide, free HD receiver with select plans


Speeds average around 200 Mbps, no data caps, free Optimum smart router, 1.5 million hotspot locations


Speeds average around 100 Mbps, no data caps, free modem and DVR equipment, thousands of hotspots nationwide


Speeds average around 60 Mbps, no data caps, monthly modem rental fee, millions of nationwide hotspots

All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 07/05/18.

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Who provides cable service in my area?

Depending on your address, you could be eligible for cable TV service from providers such as Spectrum, Cox, XFINITY or a number of others. We’ve listed a few of the largest cable TV providers below.

Provider States served Main service areas Channels Starting price




Southern US, Midwest and West Coast







Northwest, Great Lakes area and Eastern US



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Southwest, Central US and Northeast






Northeast, NYC





Midwest, Central US, Mid-Atlantic



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 07/10/18.

Bundle your cable internet service

Our partner providers offer bundle deals to make it even easier to connect your whole house through a single cable connection. You can also save more money by bundling two or more of your services, including home phone, TV and cable internet.

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Common cable internet questions

Cable internet is best for the moderate internet user. This connection type is best for you if you use your internet for web browsing, streaming movies or music, gaming and video chats.

Many providers like XFINITY and Spectrum offer standalone cable internet, so you won’t need to sign up for additional services. However, bundling with either TV or phone can save you money on your monthly bills.

If a cable internet connection isn’t right for your browsing habits, consider satellite, DSL or fiber internet instead. Each connection type has it’s advantages, so locate the providers in your area to see what’s available.

You’ll typically only experience disruptions in service during strong weather conditions or times of high internet traffic in your area. You and your family will be sharing bandwidth with users around you, so speed decrease will depend on how many devices and people are using the connection at one time.

Last updated 07/10/18.

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Allconnect® can help you find the perfect cable company and internet plan. Just give our home service experts a call today. Compare offers and order everything you need, all on one call!