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Standard Speed

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Medium Speed

Up to 75 Mbps

High Speed

More than 75 Mbps

Which internet providers can I get in my area?

Internet providers vary based on location, so if you've recently moved to a new address or are just looking for better or cheaper internet service, you might be wondering: “what internet providers are in my area?” We can help you quickly find internet options in your area – just call our internet experts or shop online.

How to order internet in my area

We partner with the nation’s largest and most popular internet providers. Allconnect can help you find every internet service provider in your area, compare plans and pricing and schedule setup in a matter of minutes. Here’s how:

1. Enter your ZIP code

See and compare available plans from internet providers in your area by zip code

2. Order your services

Order internet and other home utilities in one quick and easy phone call.

3. Get your order details

Receive order confirmation by email. You’re all set with your new internet service providers.

In a hurry? Call now to expedite your service.

Tips to choose your best internet service provider

 

When choosing the best internet provider in your area, consider available speeds, plan pricing and special offers. In addition to internet speeds and pricing, also be mindful of things like data caps, equipment or installation fees and contract conditions. The best internet option in your area will be the one with all the features you’re looking for - fast speeds, reliable connection, free Wi-Fi equipment, etc. - for the lowest price.

Whether you are looking for cheap high-speed internet, fast speeds, the best internet deal, a cable and internet bundle, or all of the above, consider these tips before choosing an internet service at your address:

Get the right internet speed

Internet providers in your area likely offer a variety of internet speeds. For light use, such as sending emails and browsing the internet, 1-10 Mbps is fine. Streaming and online gaming will require faster speeds, at least 20 Mbps. And for downloading large files such as HD movies, you’ll want 50 Mbps or higher. Take our internet speed test to see your current speed.

Compare internet pricing

Is the cheapest internet the best deal? Not always. With internet, the best deal is typically the plan that gives you fastest speed for the lowest price each month. If two internet plans have similar pricing, compare the speeds you get with each plan. The one with faster speeds is likely the better deal.

Know data caps and extra fees

Some internet internet options in your area may include a monthly data “allowance.” Exceeding your data limit can result in slower speeds or added fees. Furthermore, some internet providers charge for equipment, Wi-Fi, installation and more. Rely on Allconnect to explain exactly what you’re getting and what you’re paying for with each internet service provider in your area.

Check out special offers

Almost every internet service provider offers discounts for bundling internet with TV, home phone or other home services. Plus, some internet providers include perks like free installation, free equipment and free access to Wi-Fi hotspots. Call our internet experts today to hear about all available internet special offers in your area.

Find the best internet providers in your area by ZIP code

Whether you're looking to connect internet service at a new apartment or home, or simply looking for a better deal on the type of service you already have, Allconnect is the right place to start. We’ve done all the research for you, so you can easily compare internet options in your area. See which internet provider is best in each category.

Who is the best internet provider?

Last updated 4/11/18. Allconnect rankings are based on Reviews.com rankings of providers' availability, plans and pricing.

Find and compare cheap internet prices in my area

Allconnect helps you easily compare internet providers in your area all in one place. You’ll see how much each internet package costs and what you’ll get, including:

  • Upload and download internet speeds
  • Bundled services (like a phone, internet and TV bundle)
  • Cost of internet per month and any contract terms (like 12-month, 24-month, etc.)

Looking cheap internet prices in your area? See some cheap starting prices for internet providers below so you know what to expect. Enter your ZIP code or call today to compare cheap high-speed internet prices in your area.

 

Frontier

Verizon

AT&T

Comcast XFINITY

CenturyLink

Charter Spectrum

Cox

Starting at

$20/month

Starting at

$29.99/month

Starting at

$40/month

Starting at

$35.99/month

Starting at

$45/month

Starting at

$44.99/month

Starting at

$29.99/month

 

How to find deals on internet services in my area

Allconnect helps you find your best answer to "which internet service providers in my area offer the best deals?" Check which internet deals are available in your area now or call to learn more. Some available deals may include:

  • Free installation
  • Free equipment
  • Discounts for bundling services
  • Promotional offers or rebates

What do you consider  the best “deal on internet” to be? Is the cheapest internet plan in your area? Or the internet plan with the fastest speeds for the lowest price? Some internet providers sweeten the deal by offering unlimited data or access to free Wi-Fi hotspots. Whatever internet deals you’re looking for, you can find them with Allconnect.

Compare the best internet speeds in my area

Internet speeds vary by type of internet, location and 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 can deliver internet download speeds of up to 25 Mbps to your home.

Find out what internet speeds are available in your area now – enter your ZIP code or call our internet experts.

 

Test your internet speed

Not sure what your internet speed is or how much you need? Test your internet speed below. We'll show you your current upload and download speeds to help you determine if you are receiving the internet speeds promised by your provider. Need a higher internet speed? We can help – call today to learn more about the internet speeds available in your area.

 

Search for internet providers by state or city

Allconnect helps you quickly find the best internet options in your area. Click on your state to learn more about available internet providers.

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California
Colorado Connecticut DC Delaware Florida
Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana
Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine
Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi
Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire
New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota
Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island
South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah
Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin
Wyoming

 

Moving to a large city? That means you are going to have many internet providers to choose from in your area. Below are the cities with some of the most broadband internet options. Enter your ZIP code for specific information about your city, or choose one of the cities below.

 

Common internet service questions

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How is internet in my area?

Monthly internet costs 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, fees for Wi-Fi and added charges for exceeding your data limits. It’s important to know what speeds you need and understand any added fees so you don’t end up paying for more internet than you need. Use Allconnect to find internet prices for available plans in your area and any additional costs that may come with those plans.

What internet can I get at my address?

Cable, from providers such as XFINITY, Charter 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. Search your address with Allconnect to find out which internet options are available in your area.

What is Mbps?

Mbps (megabits per second) is used to measure the capacity and speed of a data transfer. The higher the Mbps, the faster your internet. Depending on your location, you could get Internet speeds ranging from up to 3 Mbps to 1 Gbps.You will notice that most internet providers advertise “up to” a certain amount of Mbps. This indicates a maximum speed/bandwidth the network is capable of, but may not be the maximum speeds you always experience.

What internet speeds do I need?

For basic internet use, like emailing and occasionally streaming a show, lower speeds of 10-25 Mbps will suit your needs. For heavier activity, like streaming in HD and gaming online, you’ll want speeds 50-100 Mbps for the best experience. Also, if you want to connect multiple devices at once, speeds of 100 Mbps and higher are recommended. Use Allconnect to see what speeds are available in your area.

Can I get fiber internet at my address?

Providers including AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon and Frontier offer fiber internet in select areas. Though multiple internet providers offer fiber internet, the service is not yet as widely available as cable and other types of internet. You may have access to fiber internet if you live in certain major cities. However, as more people demand the high speeds fiber optic internet has to offer, it will become increasingly available in more markets. Search your address to see if fiber internet is available in your area.

What kind of internet do I need for streaming?

Streaming providers like Netflix recommend a high-speed internet connection of 3-4 Mbps per stream for standard-definition video and 5+ Mbps per stream for high-definition (HD) video. While these speeds may connect you to streaming services, faster speeds are recommended, especially if you plan to connect multiple devices. Enter your address to find internet providers in your area that offer internet plans with speeds fast enough for streaming.

What internet speeds do I need for gaming?

Internet speeds of 10 Mbps or higher are sufficient for online gaming. For the best experience and consistent speeds, it is recommended that you connect your gaming device using an Ethernet cable. A quality connection for gaming also requires low latency, or “ping,” which is the delay before data transfers. Cable, fiber and DSL offer lower latency numbers than satellite internet. With satellite internet, data has to travel to and from the satellite, resulting in higher latency numbers, which is why satellite internet is not recommended for real-time online gaming. Check your latency with our internet speed test.

Find internet in your area with Allconnect

Allconnect is your source for all available internet plans in your area, not just the ones we want you to see. Search, compare and order all in one convenient place. Enter your ZIP code to get started.

Last updated on 4/11/18.
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.