Internet providers in Vinton, VA

What's the right internet speed for your home?

Households within Vinton are, on average, getting download speeds of 72 Mbps and upload speeds of 11 Mbps. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) assigns internet requirements into light, moderate and high-use categories.

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Best internet provider in Vinton, VA

Allconnect's choice for the best internet provider in Vinton is Verizon 5G Home, with their wireless plans covering 100% of the city. Verizon 5G Home internet plans start at $45 with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps.

To make that choice, we look at the affordability, performance, value and customer satisfaction of internet service providers (ISPs). View our full methodology here.

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Plans starting at
$45/mo.
Available speeds
1,000 Mbps
Contract length
None

Cheap internet in Vinton, VA

Most internet service providers offer cheap internet plans between $20-$30, for the lowest tier of speed, usually up to 75-100 Mbps. These plans are fast enough for light use in a small household.

Xfinity has the cheapest internet plans in Vinton, starting at 75 Mbps for $25/mo.

Verizon 5G Home also has an affordable internet plan offering 1,000 Mbps for $45/mo.

Keep in mind that for just $5 or $10 extra a month, the second-to-cheapest plan offered by an ISP is sometimes the better deal, often providing more speed for your dollar.

Cheapest plans

Xfinity
Cheapest Plan
Xfinity logo
Monthly price
$25.00/mo.
Download speed
Up to 75 Mbps
Contract length
12 mos.
Connection type
Cable
Verizon 5G Home
Next Best Plan
Verizon 5G Home logo
Monthly price
$45.00/mo.
Download speed
Up to 1,000 Mbps
Contract length
None
Connection type
Wireless

Fastest internet in Vinton, VA

The speed you need depends on what you use the internet for. If high-speed internet is necessary for your household to game, work and learn, you'll be happy to know that Xfinity and Cox offer the fastest internet in Vinton.

Xfinity has cable internet speeds starting at $120.00/mo. for up to 2,000 Mbps while Cox offers plans up to 2,000 Mbps for their fiber internet.

Fastest plans

Xfinity
Fastest Plan
Xfinity logo
Monthly price
$120.00/mo.
Download speed
Up to 2,000 Mbps
Contract length
24 mos.
Connection type
Cable
Cox
Next Best Plan
Cox logo
Monthly price
$99.99/mo.
Download speed
Up to 1,000 Mbps
Contract length
12 mos.
Connection type
Fiber

Most available internet providers in Vinton, VA

The most available ISPs in Vinton are Verizon 5G Home and Verizon 4G LTE which serve 100% of the area.

Satellite and 5G home internet are available in nearly 99% of the country, so if cable or fiber internet isn't available at your Vinton address, you probably can connect to another internet type.

Most available plans

Verizon 5G Home
Most Available Plan
Verizon 5G Home logo
Monthly price
$45.00/mo.
Download speed
1,000 Mbps
Contract length
None
Connection type
Wireless
Verizon 4G LTE
Next Best Plan
Verizon 4G LTE logo
Monthly price
$50.00/mo.
Download speed
50 Mbps
Contract length
None
Connection type
Wireless

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Vinton internet FAQs

What's the cheapest internet provider in Vinton?
Xfinity offers the cheapest internet plan in Vinton with plans starting at $25.00/mo. for 75 Mbps.

Verizon 5G Home also offers cheap plans starting at $45.00/mo. for 1,000 Mbps.

At $0.04 per Mbps the 5G Home Plus plan from Verizon 5G Home gives you the most value for your dollar.
The fastest internet provider in Vinton is Xfinity. It has cable internet plans with speeds up to 2,000 Mbps. Cox also has fast fiber plans up to 1,000 Mbps.
In most cases, your initial cost of buying a modem and router pays for itself within a year. Rental equipment fees from internet providers are usually around $10/mo. and you can buy combination modem/routers (gateways) for under $100. If you want to avoid a monthly fee from your ISP, buying your router is the way to go. If you need support for your equipment, rent it from your ISP and you’ll have access to technical support. See our full guide on whether you should rent or buy internet equipment.
Once you have compared and chosen an internet provider, you often have the choice to install your internet yourself or have the ISP send a tech to your address. If you install it yourself, the ISP will provide you with a step-by-step guide to connect their equipment to yours and set up your Wi-Fi access. If you choose professional installation, all you’ll have to do is schedule an appointment with your ISP and they’ll take care of everything.
When choosing an internet service provider, it’s important to consider technology types. Fiber internet is the fastest and most reliable internet technology type since it provides symmetrical download and upload speeds, but it’s not the most widely available type of internet. We recommend fiber if it’s available at your address, but if not, you have other options.

Cable internet is a common internet type and the best alternative to fiber internet. It offers fast, reliable speeds and is more widely available than fiber. Satellite internet is a great choice if you live in a rural area and other internet technologies aren’t an option.

5G internet, or fixed wireless internet, is another internet technology type to consider. 5G home internet isn’t always as fast as cable or fiber plans, but some providers like T-Mobile are expanding rapidly to offer 5G home internet service to most of the country and can reach speeds up to 245 Mbps.