Internet service providers in Corpus Christi, TX
For the best Corpus Christi, TX, internet providers, choose Allconnect® to compare internet plans and pricing to find the plan that is best for you.
Residential internet providers in Corpus Christi, TX, by availability
*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 service address. As of 10/16/19.
The three largest providers in Corpus Christi, TX, are AT&T, CenturyLink and Spectrum.
AT&T’s DSL services are available in Flour Bluff, Calallen and the surrounding areas Alice, Mathis and Rockport. Their fiber internet service is available in areas around the city center.
CenturyLink’s DSL service is only available in the Port Aransas area. Their fiber-optic service is available in the main city center areas.
Spectrum’s cable service is available throughout every major town in the vicinity of Corpus Christi including the Port Aransas area.
Learn more about popular internet providers in Corpus Christi and shop available plans for your address.
Compare the largest internet providers in Corpus Christi, TX
What differentiates the largest Corpus Christi internet providers? Aside from internet availability, we compare differences in speed, pricing, services offered and more. Here’s a little info about the three most widely available providers for Corpus Christi residents.
AT&T is the largest DSL and fiber-optic provider in Corpus Christi, delivering speeds ranging from 5 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps.
Why Corpus Christi residents love AT&T:
- A variety of packages with great options available no matter how much bandwidth you need.
- Add TV and phone services and save some money each month with a bundle.
CenturyLink offers DSL and fiber-optic internet service in Corpus Christi with speeds from 3 Mbps to 40 Mbps.
Why Corpus Christi residents love CenturyLink:
- “Price For Life” guarantee means you’ll pay the same price for the length of your service.
- Bundle your CenturyLink internet with DIRECTV or home phone services.
Spectrum offers cable service in Corpus Christi with speeds from 30 Mbps to 120 Mbps.
Why Corpus Christi residents love Spectrum:
- Enjoy your promotional rate for a year without worrying about price increases.
- No data caps for all internet plans and your modem is included.
Fastest internet in Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi, TX, has above average access to fast internet. The FCC reports speeds up to 250 Mbps are available in more than 75% of Corpus Christi. Speeds up to 1,000 Mbps are available in 45% of Corpus Christi, but only to about 13% of the rest of the nation. Here’s a look at the fastest internet speeds available in Corpus Christi.
Fastest max advertised download speeds in Corpus Christi, TX
AT&T’s fastest fiber-optic speeds — up to 1,000 Mbps — are available in limited locations throughout the city. Spectrum’s cable service is available all throughout the vicinity of Corpus Christi. Call to see what internet speeds are available for your address.
Corpus Christi, TX, Wi-Fi hotspots
Whether you’re taking care of your weekly errands around Corpus Christi, or just spending the day, there are a bunch of public places where you can access free Wi-Fi services. Remember to not share passwords or sensitive information when you’re connected to free Wi-Fi networks.
Here are some public places where you can find free Wi-Fi in Corpus Christi:
- Restaurants, such as B & J’s Pizza, Brew Pub, Grub Burger Bar, Lazy Beach Brewery and more
- Coffee shops and cafes including Stingers Coffee
- Hotels around the city including Omni Corpus Christi Hotel, Best Western Corpus Christi, Hyatt Place Corpus Christi, La Quinta Inn & Suites Corpus Christi Northwest and more
If you subscribe to AT&T, CenturyLink or Spectrum, you can gain access to free Wi-Fi hotspots through their nationwide network.
- FeaturedA renter’s guide to choosing internet and TV service Virginia Brown — 3 min read
- FeaturedWhat is your state doing to address the digital divide? Ari Howard — 17 min read
- FeaturedWhat the top cities in the U.S. can offer for your high-speed internet needs Taylor Gadsden — 3 min read
Wednesday, October 20, 20213G networks are shutting down in 2022, along with millions of phones
Joe Supan — 3 min read
Wednesday, October 20, 2021Setting up guest Wi-Fi in 5 easy steps
Cynthia Paez Bowman — 4 min read
Tuesday, October 19, 2021What data is Google collecting from you and why?
Cynthia Paez Bowman — 5 min read