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So, what exactly is a methodology?
Put another way, a methodology is an approach to answering a question. At Allconnect, connecting you to the right providers and connected services for your home is a privilege. Our methodology helps us connect you to the right data and deliver trustworthy content.
Our Allconnect approach
We partner with over 30 internet, TV, streaming and wireless providers, but our work doesn’t stop there. That’s only the beginning. We also incorporate the latest data from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), plan and pricing details direct from local providers and insights from our writers and their research to inform our unique perspective.
In addition, we have our own in-house technology to gather proprietary data to bolster the work of our writers and provide you with accurate, up-to-date information.
We also utilize Reviews.com, a consumer advocate site that is owned and operated by an affiliate of Allconnect. But we are a wholly separate group and are not involved in the production of Reviews.com content and have no influence in their rankings.
Finally, in addition to the FCC, our writers also make use of some of the top data sources in their respective fields to help bolster our findings. These include the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) and J.D. Power. Here are just a few more industry-specific examples:
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