Internet providers in Orlando, FL

See which Orlando internet providers are available for your address.

Residential internet providers in Orlando by availability

ProviderStarting price*Speed rangeInternet typeOrlando average availability
Spectrum $49.99/mo.100 – 940 MbpsCable99%
AT&T$30.00/mo.5 – 50 MbpsDSL96%
Xfinity$29.99/mo.15 – 2,000 MbpsCable66%
CenturyLink$45.00/mo.3 – 100 MbpsDSL61%
AT&T Fiber$40.00/mo.100 – 1,000 MbpsFiber46%
CenturyLink Fiber$65.00/mo.12 – 1,000 MbpsFiber7%
Summit BroadbandVaries1,000 MbpsFiber4%
Smart City$39.99/mo.6 – 1,000 MbpsDSL & FIber2%

The three largest internet providers in Orlando, Florida are Spectrum, AT&T and Xfinity.

Orlando is unique in that residents could have the choice of two major cable internet providers. Spectrum offers cable internet service throughout Orlando and much of the surrounding area including Maitland, Longwood, Bithlo, Apopka and Sanford.

Xfinity also offers cable internet in Orlando, but availability is much more limited. Xfinity is available in pockets throughout Orlando with the greatest serviceability areas just outside the heart of the city such as Lockhart, Ferndale, Deltona and Seminole Springs.

AT&T and CenturyLink are the major DSL and fiber internet providers in Orlando. AT&T offers DSL internet throughout most of Orlando, and fiber internet in select areas of Orlando, Ocoee, Oviedo and Winter Springs.

Summit Broadband and Smart City are local Orlando internet providers serving a small portion of Orlando residents. Summit Broadband, formerly known as Orlando Telephone Company, serves select areas of southern Orlando including parts of the Walt Disney World Resort. Smart City internet service is also available in the Walt Disney World Resort area, but is mostly unavailable anywhere else in Orlando.

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Bright House Networks transitioned to Spectrum after Charter acquired BHN in 2016. Spectrum is now the largest cable internet provider in Orlando and offers internet speeds ranging from 100 to 940 Mbps.

Why Orlando residents love it

  • No data caps – Spectrum internet has no data caps, so you can stream, game and download without having to watch your data usage.
  • No contract – Spectrum services require no contract.


AT&T is the largest DSL and fiber-optic internet provider in the Orlando area. Their DSL service is more widely available and offers speeds ranging from 5 to 50 Mbps. AT&T fiber plans range from 100 to 1,000 Mbps.

Why Orlando residents love it

  • Wi-Fi router included – The AT&T Wireless Gateway Router is included with all AT&T internet plans.
  • Bundling options – AT&T offers lots of internet and TV bundles with U-verse and DIRECTV plans.


Xfinity is the largest cable internet provider in the U.S., but is second-largest in Orlando. Xfinity offers the fastest internet speeds in Orlando with their 2,000 Mbps plan. Other plans range from 15 to 1,000 Mbps.

Why Orlando residents love it

  • Fast speeds – Xfinity offers residential internet speeds up to 2,000 Mbps, twice as fast as most other providers.
  • Internet-only options – With plans ranging from 15 to 2,000 Mbps, Xfinity has an internet-only plan for every household.

Fastest internet in Orlando

Orlando has access to some of the fastest speeds anywhere in the U.S. with gigabit internet speeds available throughout much of the city. Available internet speeds in Orlando will vary by address, but you could be eligible for speeds up to 1,000 Mbps or higher.

Fastest max advertised internet speeds in Orlando

Xfinity offers their fastest internet plan with speeds up to 2,000 Mbps throughout the Orlando area where Xfinity services are available. The largest Xfinity service areas in Orlando are just outside the city to the north, south and east.

AT&T Fiber is available to about half of Orlando residents and can deliver speeds up to 1,000 Mbps. AT&T’s fastest fiber plan, AT&T Internet 1000, also comes with unlimited monthly data.

CenturyLink is primarily available to the south and northwest of Orlando. If you are in one of the select areas where CenturyLink fiber is available, you could get their gig internet plan with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps.

Smart City and Summit Broadband both offer fiber internet with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, but their coverage area is primarily limited to the Walt Disney World Resort and surrounding communities.

Spectrum’s fastest internet speeds, up to 940 Mbps, are available throughout much of Orlando and the surrounding areas.

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Orlando Wi-Fi hotspots

Orlando boasts an array of attractions for tourists and local residents to enjoy. If you’re out and about enjoying all that Orlando has to offer, here are a few places where you can take advantage of free public Wi-Fi service. Keep in mind to protect any passwords or sensitive information when connected to a public Wi-Fi network.

Public places with free Wi-Fi in Orlando:

  • Local attractions including Universal Studios, Hard Rock Cafe, Disney parks and Disney Springs and Orlando City Stadium
  • Orange County public libraries including the main branch at 101 E Central Blvd.
  • All Lynx bus routes
  • Cafes and bars including Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar, 903 Mills Market, Orlando Brewing, Austin Coffee & Film, Virgin Olive Market and Infusion Tea

Also, if you have Spectrum, AT&T or Xfinity internet service, you can connect to free provider Wi-Fi hotspots throughout Orlando. These provider Wi-Fi hotspots are available to all customers, even if you are just visiting Orlando. Contact your internet service provider for instructions on how to connect to their free Wi-Fi hotspots in Orlando.