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Find Phone, TV, and Internet Services in Raleigh

Residents of Raleigh have a better way to set up new phone, cable or satellite TV, and high speed Internet service from national providers like AT&TDish Network dish TVDIRECTV and Time Warner Cable. Our free online set up is the fast and easy way to set up your new home services. Just enter your address in the "Find Services" box above to see what's available. Compare the different plans and providers available in Raleigh. Then select the home phone servicecable Internet, and cable television services that are right for you and your home.

It works if you're moving to a new home or simply trying to find a better deal on your existing connections. Either way our compare feature will help you find prices from national telephone, cable or satellite TV, and high speed Internet providers. If you're not actually moving, simply switching to a new provider or a new plan with your current provider could cost you less each month. Just enter your address above to see what's available. Online setup is free.

Raleigh Phone, TV, and Internet Service Providers

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Internet Providers Raleigh NC

If you’ve recently moved to Raleigh, you may be wondering what internet providers Raleigh, NC has? The biggest internet providers in Raleigh are AT&T U-verse and Time Warner Cable, which both offer home internet to the majority of residents in Raleigh. Other Raleigh internet providers include Dish and Frontier, but these providers may only service small areas of Tampa. To check which internet providers service your exact neighborhood in Raleigh, simply enter your address in the search box above and we’ll show you all of the options available to you.

Order Raleigh Utilities: Gas, Electricity and Home Security

Energy customers in Raleigh and surrounding areas receive natural gas from PSNC Energy, a regulated utility with just under a half million customers. A member of the SCANA energy family, PSNC Energy provides natural gas to north central and western North Carolina and remains an active member of each community.

Like PSNC Energy, Security Choice and Broadview Security offer reliable services for your home. With 24 hour home security monitoring, 7 days a week, Brinks and Security Choice help you protect your home and your family. As an added bonus to home security, most insurance companies will even offer up to 20% off your homeowner's insurance bill just for having a security system. Enter your address in the "Find Services" box at the top of the page. See which security systems are available in Raleigh.

Moving to Raleigh, North Carolina

The capital of North Carolina, Raleigh is continually one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Along with the neighboring city of Durham, Raleigh is part of the Research Triangle, a nickname given to the area surrounding Research Triangle Park. Home to many hi-tech companies, Research Triangle is internationally recognized for its continual innovation in the medical, bio-tech, telecommunications and pharmaceutical fields.

North Carolina's Research Triangle is fueled by technology and communication. Whether you need to research new discoveries or simply call your mom, we'll help connect your new phone, digital TV, and cable 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 get connected. Check out more of Raleigh on the official City of Raleigh website.

Raleigh is also in close proximity to several other hubs of technology and growth. While you might prefer to stay throughout the work week, you can certainly take meetings and work on projects without moving to Atlanta, GA or Washington, DC. Both great cities, but maybe a little far for a daily commute.

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