Internet providers in Aurora, CO
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Aurora is well covered by seven residential internet service providers. CenturyLink, Xfinity, HughesNet and Viasat are the top internet service providers.
The Bijou Telephone Cooperative Association, Inc. delivers DSL and high-speed fixed wireless internet services to homes that lie within 60 miles along the Interstate 70 corridor.
Most ISPs offer cable and DSL to residential homes in the city. Viasat and HughesNet are the major satellite internet providers in Aurora. All of them offer choices of multi-tiered price plans or a bundle of services.
CenturyLink offers Price For Life plans that provide speeds up to 1,000 Mbps. Select the service you need or bundle internet, telephone and TV together if you are looking for cheap internet with the added convenience.
Xfinity is a popular choice for cable internet in Aurora. The Xfinity Double Play and the Xfinity Triple Play are offered in Aurora, so residents can bundle two or three services like Xfinity TV, internet and voice into a more economical package.
HughesNet offers satellite internet plans to all of Colorado. Rural locations can instantly connect to the world and enjoy a stable and consistent service. All plans come with up to 25 Mbps speeds and no hard data limits. If you exceed the amount of data in your plan, you stay connected at reduced speeds.
Compare the largest internet providers in Aurora
What sets the largest internet service providers apart in Aurora, Colorado? In addition to internet availability, we compare the providers’ speeds, prices and services offered. Here is a snapshot look at the three most widely available providers and what makes them great for Aurora residents.
CenturyLink offers DSL or fiber-optic internet and has all-city coverage with service in 68% of Aurora, CO.
Why Aurora loves CenturyLink:
- Among the fastest download speeds in the state
- Wide variety of plans to meet various needs
Xfinity offers cable internet and has excellent coverage with service in 81% of Aurora, CO.
Why Aurora loves Xfinity:
- Internet bundles available for internet, TV, voice and more
- Lots of service plans to meet varying needs
HughesNet offers 100% satellite internet coverage to the city with speeds up to 25 Mbps.
Why Aurora loves HughesNet:
- Available in rural areas where cable, DSL and fiber-optic are not
- Military-grade security to protect your internet browsing
Fastest internet in Aurora
Aurora residents can choose high-speed internet services from CenturyLink or Xfinity, which are the two dominant players in the region. The two services overlap in most neighborhoods, so the choice of the service will come down to the decisions on speed, cost and bundles.
Home internet packages have data caps. Xfinity and CenturyLink offer 1 TB (terabyte) of data, which is sufficient for casual use but can be a limiting factor when you consume a lot of HD and ultra-HD streaming content.
Fastest max advertised download speeds in Aurora, CO
Prices and speeds can vary location. Take advantage of bundles that combine internet-enabled services for your convenience and also help save costs. Xfinity markets 10 plans in varying configurations of speed, choice of channels and add-on services. CenturyLink offers different DSL and fiber-optic plans where the latter has lesser coverage across the city.
Aurora, Colorado Wi-Fi hotspots
A number of restaurants, coffee shops, hotels and brewpubs offer free Wi-Fi to their customers and visitors. Your internet provider can also help you find free public Wi-Fi. For example, Xfinity has an app that helps its customers find local free Wi-Fi. You can find free Wi-Fi at these locations:
- Aurora’s public libraries
- Safeway stores throughout Aurora, Colorado
- Aurora-area McDonald’s fast-food restaurants
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