Compare internet providers in Indiana
Explore the best Indiana internet plans available in your community.
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Are you moving to Indiana? The Hoosier State produces more than its fair share of automobiles and top basketball stars. Moreover, the vast majority of the state is quaint small towns outside of Indianapolis. Therefore, if you’re becoming a Hoosier, you’ll want to compare Indiana internet providers to find the best plan in your area.
Indiana residents have a wide variety of internet providers available including fiber, DSL and satellite internet options. Click on your city below to find some of the best plans available to you:
Select a city:
- Beech Grove
- Cedar Lake
- Columbia City
- Country Squire Lakes
- Crown Point
- De Motte
- East Chicago
- Fort Wayne
- Gas City
- Grissom AFB
- Hartford City
- Hidden Valley
- La Porte
- Lake Station
- Lakes of the Four Seasons
- Melody Hill
- Michigan City
- Mount Vernon
- New Albany
- New Castle
- New Haven
- New Whiteland
- North Manchester
- North Terre Haute
- North Vernon
- Notre Dame
- Simonton Lake
- South Bend
- South Haven
- St. John
- Tell City
- Terre Haute
- Union City
- West Lafayette
- Winona Lake
Indiana internet at a glance
Depending on where you live in the Hoosier state will determine which providers you have available to you. Thankfully, there is a good mix of regional and big providers such as AT&T, Xfinity, Spectrum and CenturyLink. Along with internet service, you could also gain access to cable TV and home phone service.
Internet availability in Indiana
Despite the fact that many Indiana cities are rural communities, the Hoosier State is pretty well connected with over 74% of its residents using household internet. You can see using this map which types of internet are available in your area based on wired, wireless and satellite connections.
Check out the types of Indiana internet below and the potential availability of each:
DSL – 89%
Cable – 83%
Fiber – 25%
Fastest internet in Indiana
Sometimes, you might require faster download speeds. This is the case if you plan to do online gaming, download large files for work or have many devices connected at the same time. There are two providers in the Hoosier State who offer near or at gigabit speeds to accommodate your needs.
- AT&T: AT&T fiber optic internet offers download speeds as fast as 4,700 Mbps, depending on your area.
- Xfinity: Xfinity’s cable options include a high-speed plan with download speeds of 3,000 Mbps, depending on your area.
Cheapest internet in Indiana
If you’re on a budget and are looking for inexpensive options, Indiana does have a good selection for you. Here are some providers that offer fast download speeds for under $50/mo. where you’ll be able to stream movies, play games and more:
- Mediacom: Plans start at $19.99/mo.
- Xfinity: Plans start at $39.99/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 09/15/22.
Summary of all Indiana internet providers
You can choose this chart to compare some of the top internet service providers in Indiana. And if you need assistance with choosing a plan, be sure to give us a call.
|Provider||Starting price*||Speed range||Tech||Availability|
|HughesNet||$64.99/mo.||Up to 25 Mbps||Satellite||97%|
|AT&T||$55.99/mo.||5 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps||DSL, Fiber||79%|
|Spectrum||$49.99/mo.||300 – 1,000 Mbps||Cable||72%|
|CenturyLink||$49.99/mo.||3 Mbps to 100 Mbps||DSL||71%|
|Xfinity||$39.99/mo.||15 Mbps to 987 Mbps||Cable||69%|
|Mediacom||$19.99/mo.||60 Mbps to 500 Mbps||Cable||57%|
*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 06/24/22. **Prices without Autopay and Paperless Billing. Exclusive offer for qualified addresses. For new residential Internet customers only. Max speed capable range for 500 Mbps (450-500 Mbps download/upload), Gig Service (846-940 Mbps download, 792-880 Mbps upload), 2 Gig (1800-2000 Mbps download/upload) and requires 2 Gbps capable devices and wiring. Performance details: frontier.com/internetdisclosures. Requires Auto Pay or $5/mo. fee applies. Beginning April 2022, a printed bill fee of $2.99/mo. will apply, NY, PA and select customers excluded. A $10 fee applies when Internet is disconnected. Equipment return required at disconnection, up to $150 per device if not returned. Multi-Device Security covers up to 10 devices. Other applicable charges and additional services are extra. Subject to availability. Cannot be combined with other offers. Other restrictions, Frontier policies and service terms apply. Last updated 9/15/22.
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