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Where can you find the top internet providers? Here’s a list of providers, how many states they serve and the main regions they offer service.
Wireless internet provider availability and service areas
- AT&T – available in 21 states. Primary service areas include the South, Midwest and parts of Nevada and southern California.
- CenturyLink – available in 35 states. Primary service areas include the Northwest, Southwest, Great Plains area, Midwest and southern U.S.
- Cox – available in 19 states. Primary service areas include the Southwest, Central U.S. and the Northeast.
- Frontier – available in 29 states. Primary service areas include the West Coast, Midwest, Northeast, parts of the South and southeastern Texas.
- HughesNet – available in 50 states. Primary service areas include rural areas across the U.S.
- Spectrum – available in 41 states. Primary service areas include the South, Midwest and West Coast.
- Verizon Fios – available in 8 states and Washington D.C. Primary service areas include the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
- XFINITY – available in 39 states. Primary service areas include the Northwest, Great Lakes region and eastern U.S.
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The best internet service providers available in your area
|Provider||Starting price*||Internet type||Speeds range||Data cap|
|$30/mo. DSL, $40/mo. fiber||DSL, fiber||5 to 100 Mbps DSL, 100 to 1,000 Mbps fiber||1 TB/mo.|
|$45/mo. DSL, $55/mo. fiber||DSL, fiber||3 to 140 Mbps DSL, 100 to 1,000 Mbps fiber||1 TB/mo.|
|$19.99/mo.||Cable||10 to 1,000 Mbps||1 TB/mo.|
|$20/mo. DSL, $29.99/mo. fiber||DSL, fiber||1 to 18 Mbps DSL, 30 to 940 Mbps fiber||Varies by plan|
|$59.99/mo.||Satellite||25 Mbps||No hard data cap|
|$44.99/mo.||Cable||60 to 940 Mbps||None|
|$39.99/mo.||Fiber||30 to 500 Mbps||None|
|$29.99/mo.||Cable||15 to 2,000 Mbps||1 TB/mo.|
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 05/22/19.
What to consider when shopping internet providers in your area
What do you consider the best internet deal to be? Is it the cheapest internet plan in your area? Or the internet plan with the fastest speeds for the lowest price? Whatever you’re looking for in a home internet service, here are a few tips for getting the best deal.
- Look for special promotional offers ‒ Internet providers commonly extend limited time internet deals such as instant savings, prepaid rewards cards and equipment or service upgrades for new customers. Check to see if internet providers near you are running any special promotions.
- Bundle services together – Most internet service providers also offer TV, home phone and home security as well, and typically offer services at reduced rates when you bundle two or more together.
- Use your own Wi-Fi equipment – Internet providers often include needed internet equipment either for free or for a fee, but some also give you the option to use your own. Using your own router or modem could save you on equipment fees. Plus, the equipment you choose may be of better quality than what the ISP provides.
- Switch internet providers – Introductory rates for new customers are usually the cheapest rates you’ll find for internet. Be sure to read the fine print, though, to be aware of if and when the introductory price will go up.
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Compare the best internet speeds in my area
Internet speeds vary by type of internet, location and ISP provider. The fastest internet speeds come with fiber internet from providers such as AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink, and can reach up to 1,000 Mbps or higher. Unfortunately, these speeds are only available in select markets for now. That means cable internet and DSL internet providers are the best choice for most internet users in the U.S. who need high-speed internet plans.
If you live in a rural area where cable or DSL options are not widely available, satellite internet service may be your best option for high-speed internet. Even in remote, rural areas, satellite internet can deliver download speeds of up to 25 Mbps to your home.
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Search for internet providers by state or city
Find the best internet options in your area. Click on your state to learn more about available wireless internet providers.
Moving to a large city? That means you are going to have many wireless internet providers to choose from in your area. Below are the cities with some of the most broadband internet options. Choose one of the cities below to find internet providers and plans in these areas.
Common internet service questions
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Start with narrowing down available internet providers in your area. Then compare internet connection types, available speeds, pricing and special offers. The best internet provider will likely be the one that gives you the connection and speeds you need for the best price. Be sure to consider special offers, contract requirements and additional fees when determining the overall price.
Cable, from providers such as XFINITY, Spectrum and Cox, is likely available in your area. DSL is another commonly available internet service, from providers including AT&T, Verizon and Frontier. Fiber technology is available primarily in select metro areas and include providers such as CenturyLink and AT&T. Rural areas will likely have the fewest internet options and may only be eligible for satellite internet providers such as HughesNet.
Fiber-optic internet can deliver download and upload speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, but is currently only available to about 29% of U.S. residents. Providers including AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon and Frontier are the top fiber-optic internet providers, offering service primarily in select metro areas. As more people demand the high speeds fiber optic internet has to offer, it will become increasingly available in more markets.
Satellite providers, like HughesNet, make broadband internet available throughout all 50 states. A clear view of the southern sky for a dish to receive signal is often all you need for service. Satellite internet is ideal for residents of rural areas who may not have access to faster internet options from cable or fiber providers.
Average internet costs can range from around $30 to $50 for a broadband connection. Pricing will vary widely based on location, connection type, provider and speed. In addition to the monthly cost, the price for internet in your area may include equipment rentals, hidden fees for Wi-Fi and added charges for exceeding your data limits.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) defines a broadband connection as one with download speeds of 25 Mbps or higher and upload speeds of 3 Mbps or higher. These speeds are perfect for basic internet use, streaming shows and gaming online. Faster speeds like 100 Mbps or higher are ideal for connecting 5 or more devices and heavy streaming in HD or 4K video quality.
Last updated on 05/30/19.