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Internet providers in Cisco, TX

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Cisco, TX internet providers

Provider
AT&T $30.00 10 - 75 MbpsDSL99%
Suddenlink $30.00 100 - 15 MbpsCable99%
HughesNet $59.99 25 - 25 MbpsSatellite100%
NextLink $49.95 5 - 30 MbpsWireless100%
Viasat $50.00 12 - 12 MbpsSatellite100%
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Cisco internet service at a glance

At 100%, broadband coverage in Cisco is comparable to the rest of Texas - 91%, and comparable to broadband coverage across the U.S. - 95%.

The vast majority of those living in the Cisco area will have access to DSL, which covers 99% of Cisco residents. Cable internet is also an option for many, offering service to 99% of the area. No fiber-optic providers are currently available in Cisco, but satellite or fixed-wireless providers may offer broadband options in your area.

There are five internet providers serving the Cisco area, and 98.64% of households will have internet options from more than one provider. Among Cisco's five internet providers, prices start at $30 and available download speeds reach up to 75 Mbps.

Top high-speed internet providers in Cisco

The largest internet providers in Cisco are AT&T, Suddenlink, and HughesNet bringing DSL, cable, and satellite options to Cisco.

DSL internet from AT&T is available to nearly all Cisco residents, covering 99% of households. Many will also have the option of cable from Suddenlink, which covers 99% of the area. Cisco’s third most-available internet provider, HughesNet, offers satellite to around 100% of Cisco residents.

AT&T DSL internet

Provider
AT&T
Starting price*
$30/mo.
Max download speed

75 Mbps

Max upload speed

20 Mbps

Average availability

99%

DSL from AT&T offers broadband to all households in Cisco covering 99% of the area.

DSL internet from AT&T uses telephone lines in Cisco to deliver service, which often leads to lower prices and higher availability, though download speeds are likely to be slower than cable or fiber-optic internet.

Internet prices for AT&T start at $30/mo.*, which is significantly lower than the average starting price for internet in Cisco, $43.99.

AT&T customers who choose the lowest-priced plan can expect speeds up to 10 Mbps, which comes to an estimated $3.00 per Mbps, higher than the average cost per Mbps for the lowest priced plans in Cisco, $1.47.

For those who value internet speed as much as cost, AT&T offers download speeds up to 75 Mbps and upload speeds up to 20 Mbps in Cisco. These download speeds are available to 99% of the area, and are slightly faster than the average max speeds from all Cisco's providers, 31 Mbps.

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Suddenlink cable internet

Provider
Suddenlink
Starting price*
$30/mo.
Max download speed

15 Mbps

Max upload speed

1.5 Mbps

Average availability

99%

Cable from Suddenlink offers broadband to all households in Cisco covering 99% of the area.

Suddenlink’s cable network is likely to offer faster speeds than DSL or satellite service, but Cisco residents in densely populated areas may experience slowed speeds during peak usage times.

Internet prices for Suddenlink start at $30/mo.*, which is significantly lower than the average starting price for internet in Cisco, $43.99.

Suddenlink customers who choose the lowest-priced plan can expect speeds up to 100 Mbps, which comes to an estimated $0.30 per Mbps, lower than the average cost per Mbps for the lowest priced plans in Cisco, $1.47.

For those who value internet speed as much as cost, Suddenlink offers download speeds up to 15 Mbps and upload speeds up to 1.5 Mbps in Cisco. These download speeds are available to 99% of the area, and are about the same as the average max speeds from all Cisco's providers, 31 Mbps.

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HughesNet satellite internet

Provider
HughesNet
Starting price*
$59.99/mo.
Max download speed

25 Mbps

Max upload speed

3 Mbps

Average availability

100%

Satellite from HughesNet offers broadband to all households in Cisco covering 100% of the area.

HughesNet satellite internet offers reliable connection in areas of Cisco where other internet types may not be available, but service is likely to come with low monthly data allowances and high latency, making streaming binges and real-time online gaming impractical.

Internet prices for HughesNet start at $59.99/mo.*, which is significantly higher than the average starting price for internet in Cisco, $43.99.

HughesNet customers who choose the lowest-priced plan can expect speeds up to 25 Mbps, which comes to an estimated $2.40 per Mbps, higher than the average cost per Mbps for the lowest priced plans in Cisco, $1.47.

For those who value internet speed as much as cost, HughesNet offers download speeds up to 25 Mbps and upload speeds up to 3 Mbps in Cisco. These download speeds are available to 100% of the area, and are about the same as the average max speeds from all Cisco's providers, 31 Mbps.

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Internet provider frequently asked questions

AT&T is the fastest internet provider in Cisco with download speeds up to 75 Mbps. These speeds are available to 99% of households in Cisco. The next fastest internet provider in Cisco is NextLink, offering download speeds up to 30 Mbps to 100% of the area.

AT&T offers the cheapest internet in Cisco with plans starting at $30/mo. This is significantly less than the average starting price for internet in Cisco, $43.99.

If you suspect your slow speeds are the result of your internet provider throttling your connection, the easiest way to determine if you’re being throttled is to perform two speed tests. Run the first test on your regular network, then run the second one on a VPN. If the two speeds are drastically different (and the VPN test was higher), your internet provider may be throttling your speeds.

Upgrading your internet plan or switching to a new provider that offers faster internet service is the best way to get significantly faster speeds, but that will likely also come with a price increase. To get faster internet without changing your plan or provider, upgrade your internet equipment or reduce the number of devices connected to your network.

Download speeds of 25 Mbps and above are considered broadband speeds, and can handle most online activities including streaming and gaming. For households with multiple devices using a Wi-Fi connection, speeds of 100 Mbps and higher are likely to offer a better online experience. Learn more about what speeds are best for your home.

The only broadband internet type that requires a phone line is DSL and dial-up, which use phone lines to deliver service. Other internet types, such as cable, fiber-optic and satellite, require no phone line for broadband service.