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Find Phone, TV, and Internet Service Providers in Orlando

Get connected to home phone, TV, or high speed Internet service in Orlando, Florida from national providers like Bright HouseAT&TDIRECTV, and Dish Network dish TV. We make connecting your new home services almost effortless.

Simply enter your address in the box on the right to see the available services at your home. Compare the different plans and providers. Then, select the local phone servicehigh speed Internet, and cable television services that are right for you and your home.

Try our compare feature to find prices from national phone,TV (cable or satellite), and high speed Internet providers (broadband or DSL). Even if you're staying in your current home, you should try lowering your monthly bill. Compare plans and prices to see how much you could be saving by switching to a new provider. Just enter your address above to see what's available. Online setup is free.

Phone, TV, and Internet Service Providers in Orlando

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Orlando Internet Providers

If you’ve recently moved to the area, you’re likely wondering what Internet providers Orlando has to offer. The good news is that your options are plenty, and we’ll highlight a few of them below.

The biggest high speed Internet providers in Orlando are AT&T and Bright House Networks (which recently merged with Charter Communications to offer its services under the new Spectrum brand). Here’s a brief overview of each major Orlando internet company.

  • AT&T: AT&T’s U-Verse Internet delivers a 99.9% reliable connection you can count on. And no matter how much you plan to use the Internet for streaming movies, downloading music, or playing online games, AT&T has the perfect high-speed Internet package for you. On top of that, each package features a full suite of anti-virus software, parental controls, and more – all included from the start. And with profession installation, you can expect a solid, dependable wireless signal throughout your home. Plus, you get access to the nationwide AT&T Wi-Fi Network – with more than 30,000 hot spots spread across the country – at no extra charge.
  • Bright House Networks (Charter Spectrum): Spectrum Internet brings you the fastest speeds available, starting at 60 Mbps – 20x faster than standard DSL – which is enough speed to handle the demand of all of the devices in your home. As a bonus, your internet plan also comes with a free Internet modem and no contract. Whether you're streaming video, playing online games, downloading music, or uploading photos, Charter Spectrum Internet can keep up with you – all without a data cap.

These two companies provide Internet access to most of Orlando, whereas providers like Xfinity and CenturyLink serve only small sectors of the city. So, to check which internet providers service your exact neighborhood in Orlando – and to compare Orlando internet service providers, plans, speeds and pricing – simply enter your address in the box above, and we’ll show you every option available to you.

Cable Companies in Orlando

The main cable TV companies in Orlando are AT&T, DirectTV and Brighthouse Networks. Residents of Orlando can also receive cable TV from Xfinity and Time Warner, but these cable companies only service small areas of the city. To check which cable companies are available at your exact address in Orlando, enter your address in the box on the right.

Order Electricity and Gas in Orlando

Electrical power is provided to the Orlando metro area by Progress Energy, formerly the Florida Power Corporation. Progress Energy has been providing electricity for 100 years, currently serving the Carolinas and Florida. Orlando power customers will be happy to know that Progress Energy was the first utility to receive the J.D. Power and Associates Founder's Award for customer service.

Orlando also benefits from over 100 years of experience and service in the natural gas market as well. Peoples Gas System, a division of TECO Energy, is the state's leading natural gas provider. Currently, Peoples Gas system services almost half a million customers with offices in almost every community in Florida, including Orlando.

Orlando has several picturesque communities. However, there doesn't seem to be any place immune to crime or accidents. These days,protecting your family and your house is a necessity, not a luxury. Luckily, companies like Security Choice offer 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week. Better still, most insurance companies will offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance just for having a security system.

Moving to Orlando

Most out of town visitors or recent movers will likely recognize Orlando, Florida as a destination spot, home to Disney World, Sea World and Universal Studios. However, not all of the 50 million visitors per year are vacationers. Orlando is also one of the top 3 sites convention goers in the country, competing with Las Vegas and Chicago.

Orlando has also become a large center for defense contractor companies. Manufacturing and research facilities for missile systems,aircraft and simulation training have all made Orlando their base of operations. Most notably, Orlando hosts the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD), the Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation (AFAMS), the Army Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM), and the Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI).

Orlando is a unique environment with roots in resort entertainment and high tech engineering. No matter which avenue you ,take, staying connected is a necessity. We'll help you set up your new home phone, digital TV, and high speed Internet connection. There's no cost to set up your account online. Just enter your address in the "Find Services" boxon the right of the page and connect your piece of Orlando to the world. You can also find more information about Orlando on the official City of Orlando website.

Even with everything Orlando has to offer you may find the need to explore the rest of Florida. A quick drive and you can enjoy the beaches and city life without moving to Tampa, FL. Right across from Sarasota, it's nice little getaway.

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