Find Phone, TV, and Internet Providers in Philadelphia
If you’re looking for TV and internet providers in Philadelphia, we've made it easy to set up your new services from national providers like Verizon, Comcast, Dish Network dish TV, and DirecTV. Free online set up makes connecting your new home services both fast and easy. Simply enter your address in the box on the right to see what's available. Compare the different plans and providers and select the home phone, high speed Internet, and TV plans that are right for you and your home.
Using our compare feature you'll find prices on home phone service, digital TV(cable TV service or satellite TV), and high speed Internet (cable Internet or DSL). If you're not moving, you should try lowering your monthly bill by comparing plans and prices from different providers. Switching to a new provider or even a new plan with your current provider could mean big savings every month. Just enter your address above to see what's available. Online setup is free.
Internet Providers in Philadelphia
You have a lot of options when it comes to getting connected to an internet provider in Philadelphia. From Xfinity, to Verizon to RCN, there are many internet providers who want your business. So, if you want to make sure you get the best deal on internet in Philadelphia, enter your address in in the box on the right to compare providers, internet speeds and packages and to see what is available at your exact address.
Cable Companies in Philadelphia, PA
From Xfinity, to DirectTV, to Time Warner Cable, there are plenty of cable companies in Philadelphia to choose from. To find cable companies in Philadelphia that service your exact address, enter your address in the box on the right and start comparing providers, plans and prices today!
Order Gas and Electricity in Philadelphia
PECO Energy Company, a division of Exelon, delivers electricity to over 5 million customers in Pennsylvania and Illinois. Exelon is a nationwide energy generation company currently operating the country's largest and most efficient nuclear fleet, the third largest in the world.
Natural gas customers in the Philadelphia metro area are currently being serviced by Philadelphia Gas Works. The largest municipally owned gas utility in the country, Philadelphia Gas Works maintains a distribution system of approximately 6,000 miles of gas mains and service pipes providing natural gas to well over 500,000 customers.
Philadelphia, "The City of Brotherly Love", is known for the preservation of its historical sites and national treasures. By offering 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week, Security Choice can help you keep an eye on the people and places you treasure most. Better still, most insurance companies will offer up to 20% of your homeowner's insurance just for having a security system. Enter your address in the box above to see which security systems are available to help protect your family and home.
Moving to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia is known as the launching pad for the American Revolution. Rather ironic considering it was once the second largest city in the British Empire. These days, Philadelphia is one of the largest metro areas in the United States.
Home to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Philly remains a competitive marketplace in the fields of manufacturing, energy, health care and biotechnology. Our customers may be interested to know that Philadelphia is also home to the national cable provider Comcast.
Rich in history and technology, Philadelphia has long been a city of ideas and innovation. We'll help you communicate your ideas by setting up your new home telephone, digital TV, and high speed Internet connections. There's no cost to set up your account online. Just enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page and connect your piece of Philadelphia to the world. You can also find out more about Philadelphia at the City of Philadelphia website.
While in Philadelphia, keep in mind you're not too far from some other famous American cities. A quick trip will get you to our nation's Capitol without actually moving to Washington, DC. Of course, New York and New Jersey aren't too far either, so you can explore all over the Northeast.