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Bundle packages make it easy for you to get TV and internet together. At Allconnect, we make it even easier by showing you some of the best TV and internet providers in your area. You’ll find package details for many popular TV and internet providers below, but those listed won’t be available in all areas. Additional providers or packages may also be available at your address.

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When shopping for new TV and internet services – whether you’re moving or just looking for a better deal – it often makes sense to get the two together. A TV and internet package will simplify your bill under one provider, but the biggest advantage is the savings and other incentives providers give you for bundling. 

Bundle pricing and perks will vary by provider and location. You’ll find starting TV and internet package details and pricing for the largest providers in our table below, followed by a closer look at our top six picks of the best providers. 

If you’re wondering “are these deals available near me?,” the answer is most likely yes! The TV companies and home internet providers we’ve featured cover more than 90% of U.S. residents, so there’s a good chance one or more is available in your area. That said, not all providers and offers will be available in all areas, and there may be TV and internet deals near you that we haven’t listed.

Best cable TV and internet providers

Is it cheaper to bundle TV and internet?

Bundling TV and internet is a great way to potentially save on your monthly bill. You may get even higher savings when you bundle TV, internet and phone. For more information about bundling, head on over to our Resource Center to learn how to get the most out of your bundle.

TV and internet bundles in your area

You’ll find some of the top internet and TV providers in your area below. For more accurate results, click Update location to shop cheap internet plans for your address.

Cheap TV and internet bundles by provider

The TV and internet packages listed here feature the lowest-priced options with a broadband internet connection and standard TV plan. Cheaper bundles are available from many of these providers, but they come with sub-broadband speeds or limited TV service.

Our approach: We determine the best TV and internet providers for you

When narrowing down our list of the top internet providers, we sought to highlight providers that are available to many people in different areas. Using the most recent FCC data, we identified the top

When narrowing down our list of the top internet providers, we sought to highlight providers that are available to many people in different areas. Using the most recent FCC data, we identified the top internet providers available to at least 5% of U.S. residents.

From there, we leveraged our own in-house technology to further accumulate availability, speed and pricing details and for each provider. Specific plan, pricing and service details were sourced directly from the providers, both via our professional relationships with them and their official websites.

We also sought inspiration from Reviews.com, who is owned and operated by an affiliate of Allconnect, Inc. However, Allconnect, Inc. is not involved in or responsible for the production of Reviews.com content, including rankings cited on this page.

Equipped with an accurate, up-to-date portfolio of each provider, we then carefully examined each provider’s attributes to identify a provider’s exclusive advantage over the rest. The result is our list of the best internet providers of 2020.

Learn more about our research

Comparing TV and internet packages

With the exception of a few providers, starting prices for TV and internet packages generally fall in the $80-$110/mo. range. Speeds, channel counts and bundle savings are also comparative among most providers. 

TV and internet package pricing

Optimum and Suddenlink, both divisions of Altice, stand out for their bundle discounts and low pricing. It’s worth noting, however, that their bundle savings are somewhat inflated due to the fact that their standalone TV service is priced higher than most. Still, their TV and internet packages are good deals considering the speeds and channels you get.

Cox’s Bronze Duo package is a bit higher priced than other base TV and internet packages, but they do have cheaper options. Their Essentials Internet and TV Starter, for example, starts at $64.99/mo.*, with speeds up to 50 Mbps, but with a more limited TV selection and unfortunately no bundle savings.

Keep in mind that equipment fees will add to the monthly cost, and every provider has them. Exact fees will vary by provider and the equipment/options you choose, but expect equipment to add $20/mo. or more to your bill. You likely won’t have to worry about installation fees, though, as most providers waive installation fees when you bundle.

Internet speeds

We listed the lowest broadband speed (at least 25 Mbps download) tiers available to bundle with standard TV service for each provider above. Most providers will have at least two or three additional speed tier options, often including a gigabit plan. Some may offer slower speeds as standalone packages or smaller bundles for a lower price. Nearly all will have faster speeds available at, you guessed it, a higher price. 

Pro tip: Upgrading to a faster plan may be cheaper than you think

Compared to other TV and internet packages, Xfinity’s Performance Starter + TV Extra seems slow with its max speeds of only 25 Mbps, but you can upgrade to their 100 Mbps plan starting at just $5/mo. more. 

TV packages and channels

Few providers can compare to the channels and package options that are available with AT&T TV and DIRECTV. 

AT&T TV’s 65+ channels looks minimal compared to other providers but in this case, less is more. These are 65+ popular networks, not digital music channels, home shopping networks or other channel count fillers. Some providers even count the non-HD and HD versions of the same network as two separate channels.

Sports fans will find DIRECTV to be one of the better TV options thanks to its many sports networks and packages, including their exclusive NFL SUNDAY TICKET.

If you want to enjoy premium channel entertainment from a mid-tier package, consider bundling with Spectrum’s Silver TV package, which comes with HBO Max and SHOWTIME.

Pro tip: You can still get the TV package you want when bundling

Casual TV viewers and those who watch a set dozen or so channels will probably find the TV options from any provider above to be suitable. Some, such as Cox and Xfinity even have low-priced “basic” TV packages that come with little more than your local networks. You likely won’t get the same bundle perks and discounts with these packages, though. 

Why are there no bundle savings with Mediacom, RCN or Verizon Fios?

Bundle discounts don’t necessarily apply with Mediacom or RCN because their TV packages are only available as part of a bundle. Since there is no standalone TV pricing to compare the bundled pricing to, there are no identifiable bundle savings. 

Verizon Fios TV and internet packages won’t come with any additional because they are already priced at the lowest introductory rate, whether you bundle or not.

Our picks for the best TV and internet providers of 2020

If you’re wondering “What is the best TV and internet bundle near me?,” it can depend on which providers are available in your area. To make it easier, we’ve listed some of the best cable and internet deals from AT&T, Cox, Optimum, Spectrum, Verizon and Xfinity. Each provider below is available to at least 5% of U.S. residents and offers an assortment of TV and internet packages, plus unique perks that separate them from other providers.

 We chose the providers listed below based on their: 

  • Availability
  • TV and internet package options 
  • Extra features, such as savings and special offers

If you want to explore a provider’s specific TV and internet services a bit further, click on any of the links to our internet, cable TV and channel guide pages provided for each provider below.

AT&T – Best TV services

AT&T doesn’t give you many internet plans to choose from, unfortunately, but their TV services give you plenty of options with five main TV packages from both AT&T TV and DIRECTV. Bundle savings and perks are the same regardless of which TV service you choose.

Additional AT&T TV/DIRECTV and internet packages

AT&T TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – $10/mo. off TV service for the first year. 
  • Special offer – Unlimited data. Bundling AT&T internet with a qualifying TV service such as AT&T TV or DIRECTV will get you unlimited internet data, a $30/mo. value.

Learn more about each AT&T service

Cox – Best for TV and internet bundle savings

Unlike AT&T and Xfinity, which offer a set discount for each service you add, Cox bundle savings can vary by the package and location. Typically, the biggest discounts come with larger packages. For example, the Cox Silver Duo with Gigablast package comes with more than $90/mo. of built-in savings for the first year whereas the Cox Bronze Duo includes around $35/mo. in discounts. Additionally, bundling Cox internet and cable TV will open up more TV package options than standalone Cox TV service, giving you more bundle possibilities.

Additional Cox TV and internet packages

Cox TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – $20/mo.or more, up to 60% off depending on your location and the package you choose.
  • Special offer – Free installation and one TV receiver rental included. This offer is only available with bundles that include Cox cable TV service and is not included with Cox streaming bundles.

Learn more about each Cox service

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Optimum – Best TV and internet equipment

More services generally mean more equipment, unless you bundle with Optimum. Their one-of-a-kind Altice One combines your modem, router, cable TV box and streaming hub into one device. The Altice One is available to rent with all Optimum TV and internet bundles starting at an additional $20/mo.

Additional Optimum TV and internet packages

Optimum TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – $34.99/mo.or more depending on the package you choose. Optimum bundle savings appear higher than most but are somewhat inflated as their standalone TV packages are higher-priced than many other cable TV providers. 
  • Special offer – Free install. Your Optimum bundle comes with free installation, a $99 value.

Learn more about each Optimum service

Spectrum – Best for no contracts 

Spectrum internet and TV packages come with no contracts. Furthermore, Spectrum offers up to $500 to help you out of your contract with another provider when you sign up for qualifying cable TV and internet bundles. 

Additional Spectrum TV and internet packages

Spectrum TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – $5/mo. or none at all. Spectrum is not known for their heavy bundle discounts, but their TV and internet packages come with unlimited data and HD at no extra cost.
  • Special offer – Contract buyout. As mentioned above, Spectrum offers up to $500 to help new bundle customers out of their current contract with another provider.

Learn more about each Spectrum service

Verizon Fios – Best TV and internet deals

There aren’t any additional monthly savings with certain bundles because all standalone services are already priced at their lowest, giving you the freedom to combine (or “mix and match”) the internet and TV services you want. And while there aren’t any monthly savings to be had, Verizon sweetens the deal by a free subscription to Disney Plus with many of their packages. 

Additional Verizon Fios TV and internet packages

Verizon TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – None. Verizon Fios standalone plans are already priced at the lowest rate. 
  • Special offer – Free streaming subscriptions for 12 mos. Select Verizon Fios plans come with Disney Plus for your first year of service at no extra cost. 

Learn more about each Verizon Fios service

Xfinity – Best TV and internet package variety

Xfinity customers will likely have six internet packages and three or more cable TV packages to choose from, and can bundle them in any combination. In most service areas in the Eastern U.S., your bundle discount will be the same ($10/mo. off for each service). Some areas, especially those west of the Mississippi, may find Xfinity bundle pricing and discounts vary, but you can still expect to save around $10 for each bundled service.

Additional Xfinity TV and internet packages

Xfinity TV and internet package details

  • Bundle savings – $10/mo. per service, for a total of up to $20/mo. off for the first year. 
  • Special offer – Peacock Premium subscription included. X1 TV service, available when you get Xfinity TV and internet together, now comes with Peacock Premium at no extra cost, a $4.99/mo. value.

Learn more about each Xfinity service

Internet and live TV streaming packages

Cable companies are recognizing the shift to streaming and many now have their own live TV streaming services or devices that you can bundle with internet. You likely won’t get the same savings and special offers that come with traditional cable and internet bundles, but these packages are a good way to get cheap internet and TV together.

Verizon Fios and YouTube TV starting at $39.99/mo.*

Verizon is currently offering a free month of YouTube TV (normally $64.99/mo.) for new Fios customers. Get high-speed internet with speeds of up to 200 Mbps and 85+ live channels from major networks such as ABC, NBC, ESPN, HGTV, plus local programming. This deal ends 09/30/20.

Spectrum Internet and TV Essentials starting at $64.98/mo.*

Spectrum TV Essentials is a streaming service available to Spectrum internet customers for an additional $14.99/mo. It comes with 60+ live TV channels, lots of on-demand content and on-the-go watching capabilities.

Xfinity Internet and Flex Streaming starting at $25.00/mo.*

The Xfinity Flex device is included with all Xfinity internet packages and acts as a streaming hub, similar to the Cox Contour Stream Player. While no live channels are included, a subscription to Peacock Premium is.

Can you get TV and internet from different providers?

TV and internet packages featuring two different providers are less likely to come with the same bundle savings and perks, but may be necessary depending on what’s available and what you’re looking for. 

In some areas, the best internet provider may not offer TV service, or the other way around. On the other hand, you may prefer the TV service of a provider that doesn’t have internet, such as satellite TV providers DIRECTV and DISH. In either case, there are still TV and internet packages available.

The table below is a snapshot of TV and internet packages from two different providers that may be available in your area. Each internet and TV provider may have more speed or channel lineup options that you can upgrade to for an additional monthly cost.

TV and internet packages FAQs

Can I bundle wireless plans with internet?

Yes. With certain providers such as AT&T, you can bundle wireless phone plans with internet or TV packages. Traditional bundles include home phone instead of wireless; however, it may be possible if the provider offers wireless service to do a double or triple bundle with cell phone service. In some cases, you may even be able to do a quad bundle with internet, TV, home phone and wireless phone service.

No. However, if you want home phone, you can add it to almost any TV and internet bundle. In some cases, home phone is included at no extra cost. If you’re thinking about cutting the cord entirely, it’s also possible to get internet and home phone bundles without TV service.

Cox, Frontier, Spectrum, Verizon and Xfinity all offer cable and internet bundle options with no-contract options. However, if you choose a package without a term agreement, you may pay a higher monthly rate or you may not qualify for additional bundle features.

Certain providers offer internet and streaming-only TV bundles. With AT&T, you can pair AT&T TV NOW with high-speed internet. Xfinity provides Xfinity Instant TV and internet packages, and CenturyLink partners with AT&T TV NOW and YouTube TV to offer CenturyLink internet and streaming bundles.

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