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Unlimited data allowance
AT&T consumer home internet or Fixed Wireless Internet customers can use unlimited internet data through September 30, 2020.
Self-installation is the default installation option when available for customers.
Temporary speed upgrade
Get a temporary speed upgrade to 50 Mbps when you order Cox 10 & 30 Mbps internet plans. Offers valid through June 30, 2020.
Self-installation encouraged. Select your desired installation date, and a Cox representative will call to confirm or reschedule your appointment.
Safety-first Installation: A Frontier technician will perform your installation with appropriate safety protocols including wearing protective equipment and maintaining social distancing. In taking these precautions, it’s recommended that Frontier customers wear a face mask or face covering for the safety of technicians.
New TV plan
Introducing a new “Local 50” video plan to support contactless installation.
Contactless installation: Mediacom will send an installation kit and a technician to set up a single high-speed data connection, phone, or one local TV channel plan with the help of someone in your home.
Self-installation is encouraged. For professional installation, contact-free delivery is available for work done outside of the home. For customers moving more than 7 days from the date the order is placed, professional installation is available.
Free Contactless Delivery: An Xfinity technician will drop-off your equipment with installation instructions, then perform any outside work. Get your installation fees back in a customer credit for a no-charge installation.
Best internet providers in Colorado Springs
- Xfinity – Best provider overall
- CenturyLink – Cheapest gig speeds
- HughesNet – Best for rural customers
Internet availability by connection type
Colorado Springs residents enjoy solid internet options throughout the city. You can find high-speed fiber connections from providers like CenturyLink in 77% of the city, and cable internet is available almost everywhere.
Cable – 94%
DSL – 95%
Fiber optic – 77%
All available Colorado Springs residential internet providers
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of the 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 the service address. As of 09/03/21.
We evaluate broadband providers in four categories: affordability, performance, value and customer satisfaction. Each category contains multiple sub-factors, all of which are weighted differently to impact the provider’s overall score.
For each sub-factor, we score all providers on a continuous scale of one to five, relative to the industry as a whole. Because the average download speed in America is currently 180 Mbps, for example, we assigned all plans with download speeds between 100 and 299 Mbps a score between three and four. Xfinity’s 200 Mbps plan received a 3.50 score for download speed, while Spectrum’s 400 Mbps plan got a 4.16.
We only considered standardized data points in our scoring system. More abstract data like consistency of service and brand reputation is still part of our analysis, but we opted to let our writers address them in the context of each review.See how we review internet providers
The fastest internet in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs residents looking for the fastest internet speeds have some good options. Both Xfinity and CenturyLink provide gig speeds, which is fast enough for even the most connected houses.
*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 09/03/21.
Colorado Springs high-speed internet availability compared to the national average
Fast internet in Colorado Springs is pretty easy to come by, with plans above 250 Mbps more common in the city than the rest of the state or country. If you’re looking for the absolute top speeds, however, plans above 1,000 Mbps are only available to 1% of residents in Colorado Springs.
Download speeds 250 Mbps or higher
Colorado Springs – 94%
Colorado – 84%
U.S. – 86%
Download speeds 1,000 Mbps or higher
Colorado Springs – 1%
Colorado – 4%
U.S. – 21%
Cheapest internet service providers in Colorado Springs
Cheap internet in Colorado Springs is relatively easy to come by. Xfinity offers one of the lowest plans you’ll find anywhere in the state, starting at just $19.99/mo. for speeds up to 50 Mbps. CenturyLink doesn’t have any plans close to that price, but you can still get up to 100 Mbps for just $49/mo. in some areas.
*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. As of 09/03/21.
Allconnect’s affordable choice: Xfinity
Xfinity has the cheapest internet plan for Colorado Springs residents, offering 50 Mbps at just $19.99/mo. Keep in mind that your bill will increase to $50/mo. in the second year, and you’ll have to pay an additional $14/mo. if you want to rent your modem and router through Xfinity.
3.53 / 5
Xfinity: Best provider overall
Xfinity is the clear winner when it comes to internet in Colorado Springs. It has the fastest speeds and it’s the most affordable, with plans starting at just $19.99/mo.
Why we like Xfinity
Xfinity offers the fastest internet speeds of any provider in Colorado Springs, along with the lowest starting rate.
Xfinity ranks third for customer satisfaction in the west in a J.D. Power survey.
Things to consider about Xfinity
Xfinity’s lowest rate is just a promotional rate for the first year, and your rate will increase after that.
Xfinity equipment fees are on the high side at $14/mo.
3.95 / 5
CenturyLink: Cheapest gig speeds
If you’re looking for 1,000 Mbps speeds, CenturyLink is the cheapest way to get them in Colorado Springs. Its gig plan costs just $65/mo. — $20/mo. cheaper than Xfinity’s.
Why we like CenturyLink
CenturyLink’s gig-speed plan is one of the cheapest around at $65/mo.
CenturyLink doesn’t require a contract, so you can cancel at any time with no early termination fees.
Things to consider about CenturyLink
CenturyLink has some of the lower customer satisfaction scores in the region.
Your bill will increase by $20/mo. in the second year with CenturyLink’s fastest plan.
2.74 / 5
HughesNet: Best for rural customers
HughesNet is a satellite internet provider that’s available everywhere in Colorado Springs. Speeds top out at 25 Mbps, but it’s a decent option if you can’t get Xfinity or CenturyLink.
Why we like HughesNet
Available in areas that aren’t serviced by other internet providers.
You can get discounts by bundling internet and phone service.
Things to consider about HughesNet
All of HughesNet’s plans come with low data caps, so you’ll have to watch how much data you’re using.
HughesNet is more expensive than other providers offering similar speeds.
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Written by:Joe Supan
Senior Writer, Broadband Content
Joe oversees all things broadband for Allconnect. His work has been referenced by Yahoo!, Lifehacker and more. He has utilized thousands of data points to build a library of metrics to help users navigate these … Read more
Edited by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband Content
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