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TV and internet providers in St. Louis, MO

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Popular internet and bundle deals in St. Louis

Internet

Starting at

$ 39.99 /mo

Internet + TV

Starting at

$ 64.99 /mo

Internet + TV + Voice

Starting at

$ 89.99 /mo
*Per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time.

Find your St. Louis TV and internet providers

Looking for high-quality home services in St. Louis? Call our TV and internet experts at Allconnect to setup your TV, home phone and high-speed internet service. We partner with trusted providers like AT&T and Spectrum and help you compare plans to get you set up with what’s right for you.

What types of internet are available in St. Louis?

Cable - 100% coverage

Spectrum is the top cable provider in St. Louis and offers service to 100% of households in the area. Plans often provide speeds up to 100 Mbps and get you access to thousands of hotspots nationwide.

Pros and cons:

✔ Availability: Cable companies that offer cable TV service will often provide cable internet as well.

✔ Speeds: Cable companies in St. Louis will offer internet speeds that are best for moderate browsers and online gamers.

X Lag: Bandwidth is shared with multiple customers near you, so during peak usage times, your internet speeds may decrease due to heavy usage.

DSL - 99.1% coverage

AT&T is the major provider of DSL internet in St. Louis, offering speeds that average around 18 Mbps. Get a free Wi-Fi router and access to AT&T hotspots when you setup your service.

Pros and cons:

✔ Availability: DSL internet usually has widespread availability, especially in more populated areas.

✔ Pricing: Your provider will use the existing phone lines in your home to establish your internet connection. This keeps costs lower than connection types that require additional equipment.

X Speeds: DSL offers slower speeds than other internet connections.

Fiber - 0.9% coverage

Although AT&T covers over 97% of the St. Louis area, AT&T Fiber is only available to less than one percent of St. Louis residents. With speeds up to 1 Gbps, avid users can download multiple songs in seconds, upload large files instantly and stream movies and music in HD without sacrificing quality.

Pros and cons:

✔ Speeds: Fiber internet currently offers the fastest speeds of any other connection type.

X Availability: Availability is usually quite limited due to the high costs associated with fiber networks.

What internet service providers are in St. Louis?

St. Louis internet options offer something for everyone. Try out AT&T or Spectrum for cable or DSL internet in St. Louis. Both providers are available to most St. Louis residents, so consider connection types, average internet speeds and more when selecting the provider that’s right for you. Households in rural areas can receive satellite internet service from Excede or DISH. Before selecting your internet in St. Louis, check out some features from some major providers in the area.

Provider

Spectrum

AT&T

Excede

DISH

Internet type

Cable

DSL, Fiber

Satellite

Satellite

St. Louis coverage

100%

97.4%

100%

100%

Average internet speed

100 Mbps

18 Mbps

25 Mbps

100 Mbps

Data caps

None

1 TB/mo.

60 GB/mo.

None

Contract

No

12 mos.

24 mos.

12 mos.

Equipment included

Modem and router

Wi-Fi router

None

None

Wi-Fi hotspots in St. Louis?

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

What TV providers are in St. Louis?

Select your DSL, satellite or cable TV service in St. Louis from some of the biggest providers in the country. Enjoy over 500 channels with AT&T U-verse or get free HD and DVR service from Spectrum. St Louis residents in less populated areas can enjoy free HD for life with DISH or an NFL Sunday Ticket with DIRECTV with their satellite TV service. Before you make your pick, take a look at the major providers in St. Louis and how they compare.

Connection type

DSL in St. Louis

Cable in St. Louis

Satellite in St. Louis

Provider

AT&T U-verse

Spectrum

DISH

DIRECTV

Package options

500+ channels

125-200+ channels

190-290+ channels

155-330+ channels

Local channels

Included

Included

Included

Included

On Demand programming

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Unique advantage

Premium channels for first 3 mos.

Free HD and DVR

Premium channels for first 3 mos and free HD for life

NFL SUNDAY TICKET, 4K channels, premium channels for first 3 mos.

Bundle with

AT&T internet

Spectrum internet and voice

Cable internet

AT&T internet and phone

 

Save more by bundling your St. Louis services

Bundling your home services with full-service providers like Spectrum and AT&T can make your monthly payments quick and help you save. You can also bundle with many single-service providers like DIRECTV and DISH who partner with providers like AT&T and HughesNet to offer bundle deals that can earn you additional savings and freebies.

Choose your energy provider in St. Louis

The state of Missouri is a regulated electricity and gas market, so residents have 24/7 access to reliable electricity at approved rates set by the public utilities commission. St Louis, MO receives electrical power from Union Electric Company, officially known as AmerenUE. Natural gas is distributed to St Louis and the surrounding area by Laclede Gas Company. For more information on your energy providers, give us a call today.

Moving to St. Louis, MO?

Looking for TV, phone or high-speed internet in the Gateway City? Our tv and internet experts at Allconnect our here to help. While you're exploring your new area, take a look at some of the resources below. St. Louis has something to offer residents of all ages.

General:

St. Louis County

St. Louis Public Schools

City of St. Louis Health Department

Metropolitan Police Department

 

Transportation:

City of St. Louis Transportation Department

 

Things to do:

Saint Louis Zoo

St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Missouri Botanical Garden

 

Saint Louis Art Museum

 

*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary.

Last updated on 4/4/18.

Get only the best for your St. Louis home

If you’re a new resident of St. Louis or are just looking to upgrade your  internet, TV and home phone service in the area, let our experts help. Allconnect has the most updated pricing and deals from trusted providers near your St. Louis home. Based on your household needs, we’ll pinpoint available providers and plans, then we’ll get you setup with all of your home services.