Internet providers vary based on location, so if you've recently moved to a new address or are just looking for better or cheaper internet service, you might be wondering: “what internet providers are in my area?” Allconnect can help you quickly find and compare the internet services available in your area.
Who We Are
Allconnect is a free service that helps you find internet services available in your zip code, allowing you to easily compare and choose the plan that’s best for you. With our comparison tool, we pull everything together in one place to make buying internet fast and simple. No more calling around or having to visit each provider’s website. Save time and get the best internet deals with Allconnect.
How We Do It
We partner with the nation’s largest and most popular internet providers. With Allconnect, you can search every internet service provider that serves your specific address, compare plans and pricing and schedule setup in a matter of minutes. Here’s how:
1. Enter Your Address
See and compare internet providers and plans available at your address
2. Order your services
Order internet and other home utilities in one quick and easy phone call.
3. Get your order details
Receive order confirmation by email. You’re all set with your service provider/s.
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What to consider when comparing internet service providers in your area:
Whether you are looking for cheap internet, fast speeds, the best internet deal, a cable and internet bundle, or all four, consider the following features before choosing an internet service in your area:
Are you a light internet user simply looking for the cheapest plan or best internet deal?
Are you a heavy internet user with multiple devices and looking for the fastest internet service in your area?
Are you constantly on the go and need a wireless hotspot option?
Do you want to bundle your internet and cable together to get a better deal?
Compare internet prices in my area
If you’re like most people, you’re probably trying to get the biggest bang for your buck. With internet, that means the fastest speed for the lowest price each month. Allconnect lets you easily compare providers in your area all in one place. You’ll see how much each internet package costs and what you’ll get, including:
Upload and download internet speeds
Bundled services (like a phone, internet and TV bundle)
Promotional items or rebates (like a $100 gift card or free installation)
Cost of internet per month and any contract terms (like 12 month, 24-month, etc.)
Use Allconnect's comparison tool to see which company has the best internet prices in your area, and which competitors are simply asking too much money for too little service. Click below to compare internet providers and plans in your area.
How to find deals on internet services in my area
Allconnect doesn't just help you find the answer to "which are the most affordable internet service providers in my area?" We help you get the best deal by offering special promotions each month based on internet service providers or specific tiers of internet service. These deals vary depending on the internet service options available in your specific area, but they're a great way to save a little extra money each month.
Deals on internet services in your area may include things like a free modem ordering service, bundled features at no extra cost or even special monthly savings for the duration of your service. Use your address to check which internet deals are available in your area now with Allconnect.
Compare internet speeds in my area
Internet speeds vary by type of internet, location and provider. The fastest internet speeds come with fiber internet. Unfortunately, these speeds are only available in select markets for now. That means cable internet and DSL internet providers are the best choice for most internet users in the U.S. who need high-speed internet plans. If you live in a rural area where cable or DSL options are not widely available, satellite internet service can deliver internet download speeds of up to 25 Mbps to your home.
How much internet speed you need depends on what you like to do online and how many devices you need to connect. If you have fewer than two devices and don’t do any streaming (like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, etc.), then a low to medium speed internet package of 25-75 Mbps may be enough for your home. But, if your family has three or more devices connected to the web and streams video or music regularly, you will probably want to go with a higher speed internet option of 75+ Mbps, if this is available in your area.
Search your address to find out what internet speeds are available in your area now.
Search for internet providers by state
Allconnect helps you quickly find the best internet options available in your state. To learn more about internet providers and service in your states, simply click on your state below.
Moving to a large city? That means you are going to have many internet providers to choose from in your area. Below are the cities with some of the most broadband internet coverage. Click on the links below for help finding internet providers in these cities.
Whether you're looking to connect internet service at a new apartment or home, or simply looking for a better deal on the type of service you already have, Allconnect is the right place to start. We’ve done all the research for you, so you can easily compare plans and find the best internet providers in your area. Click below to view all of the internet options in your zip code.
Common internet service questions
How much does internet cost?
Internet costs vary widely based on where you live, what provider you choose and how much speed you need. If you are a heavy internet user with many devices connected to the internet, you will probably need to go with a higher-speed plan that costs more. This will allow you to browse and stream without being slowed down. If you are a basic internet user and don't do a lot of streaming or have any smart home applications, then you may be able to go with a lower speed internet plan and save money.
Many providers also offer mid-range internet plans that are affordable and give you decent internet speed. You can use Allconnect to find internet prices and plans in your area, simply enter your address to get started.
What internet can I get at my address?
Not all internet providers are available in all areas. Cable internet is available in most areas. But if you live in a rural area, you may only have access to satellite internet, DSL or dial-up. Fiber optic internet is not widely available yet, but you may be able to get it in some major cities. To find out which types of internet and providers are available for your home, search your address with Allconnect.
Who is the best internet provider?
AT&T Internet - most popular
Verizon - Unlimited Data
CenturyLink - Nationwide Fiber Availability
Hughesnet - Widest Reach
Cox Communications - Best Equipment
Frontier Communications - Free Equipment
Charter Spectrum - Best Contract Buyout Offer
What is mbps?
Mbps (megabits per second) is a measurement of internet speed, or the bandwidth throughout a network. Mbps is used to measure the capacity and speed of a data transfer. You will notice that most internet providers advertise “up to” a certain amount of Mbps, which indicates a maximum speed/bandwidth the network is capable of. Most internet providers offer internet speeds from 8 Mbps to 100 Mbps.
Can I get fiber internet at my address?
Fiber internet is not yet as widely available as cable and other types of internet. You may have access to fiber internet if you live in certain major cities. However, as more people demand the high speeds fiber optic internet has to offer, it will become increasingly available in more markets. To see if fiber internet has reached your area, enter your address or give us a call.
What kind of internet do I need for streaming?
Streaming providers like Netflix recommend a high-speed internet connection of 3-4 Mbps per stream for standard definition video and 5+ Mbps per stream for high-definition (HD) video. Broadband internet providers, like cable, DSL and fiber optic internet providers, offer high-speed internet plans best for streaming TV shows and movies with Netflix, Hulu, etc.
With that said, a fast internet connection doesn't guarantee that you have the power to stream as much as you want, when you want. When choosing an internet package for streaming, it's actually more about how many gadgets rely on your internet connection. A home with several laptops and smartphones all running through a shared 25 Mbps internet package may cut it pretty close and even experience some slowness in connectivity. Before you sign up for an internet package, take a headcount of your devices. And, choose a plan with enough speed and capacity for all your devices.
Have more questions about streaming or choosing the right internet plan? Give us a call: 1-844-263-2439