Find Internet Service Providers Near You
At Allconnect, our goal is to help you quickly answer the question “What are the internet providers near me?” We want to help you find the best internet provider that fits your needs AND your budget. Since every internet service provider (ISP) covers different areas, not all plans and packages may be available at your address. Allconnect is a one-stop-shop for comparing internet services near you. Whether you’re looking for cable, satellite, dsl or fiber optic internet, we’ll show you all the internet providers, plans and prices available at your exact address.
So, how do I find internet providers near me?
1. Search: Check the availability of internet providers near you by entering your address and zip code in the box above
2. Compare: See a side-by-side comparison of all the internet plans available at your address. Compare download speeds, special promotions, contract lengths, prices and more
3. Order: Add your preferred internet plan to your cart and check out online or by giving us a call. One of our friendly agents will help you
Check the availability of internet providers near you by giving us a call or by entering your address and zip code in the box above
And no matter which way you decide to connect – whether it’s via Fiber Optic, Broadband DSL, Dial-up,Satellite, or Cable Internet--we'll help you select the best high speed internet deal for you, and we’ll even let you know if there are any special promotions running, like gift cards or free installation.
Who are the Best High Speed Internet Providers near me?
Here are some of the best internet providers nationwide as rated by Reviews.com
Top Internet Providers
Are you a heavy internet user looking for the fastest speeds from the best internet service provider near you? The above providers are consistently ranked among the top internet service providers in the nation and are available in the most zip codes nationwide. And, good news for you, buying internet from one of the top providers doesn’t have to break the bank. With a variety of internet plans and packages, getting the best internet service is as easy as picking up the phone and giving us a call. We’ll help you compare the best internet providers quickly and easily, so you can get hooked up to internet as soon as possible.
Cheap Internet Providers
If you’re looking for cheap fast internet, the internet providers above might be a great option for you. These providers offer good internet speeds at an affordable price. If you’re a light to medium internet user who only has a few devices hooked up to wifi and you don’t do a lot of streaming, choosing an internet package with a lower speed will give you the cheapest internet service while still allowing you to surf the web as much as you want. Just enter you address above to see the cheapest internet providers in your area.
What Types of Internet Services are Near Me?
When you’re searching for high speed internet services near you, the first big choice you’ll have to make is how you want to connect. Fiber Optic, Broadband DSL, Dial-up, Satellite, or Cable Internet – brings the internet into your home through a different method. And even though they are all considered high speed internet connections, each one comes with its own set of benefits, pricing options and features.
Below we’ve explained the different types of high speed internet connections. If you’d like to learn more, be sure to click on the tabs above (or the section headers below). Each one will take you to all the information on home WiFi you could ever need.
Cable providers, like Xfinity and Time Warner Cable , provide their customers with high-speed Cable Internet services, also known as broadband internet. They do this in a very similar way to how they provide cable television service. Cable Internet providers actually use the very same cable that connects to your television sets to bring you Internet. And this means you don’t need a home phone line to get connected. To learn more about your cable providers, check out the Cable Internet section .
Home phone service companies – like AT&T , Verizon , and CenturyLink – are the main providers of DSL (Direct Subscriber Line) high-speed internet service. DSL uses an unused portion of the phone line to connect to the World Wide Web. And that means you can always get online – all while still chatting with family and friends on the same phone line.
Since these two systems are often interconnected, many DSL Internet providers require your home to have phone service through them for DSL Internet to work. On the other hand, some providers also offer a "free standing" DSL service all by itself. However, a phone and Internet bundle may actually save you money. To learn more of the finer details about how DSL providers do this, check out the DSL Internet section .
Fiber Optic networks – like Verizon Fios and AT&T U-verse – deliver high-speed internet connections that are incredibly fast via a new kind of wire. However, there’s a downside to Fiber Optic Internet service being the latest in Internet technology – it’s not available in all areas. But, as more and more folks get used to these blazing fast internet speeds, Fiber Optic Internet will eventually become available nearly everywhere. To learn more about this advanced technology and if fiber internet is available near you, check out the Fiber Optic section .
Similar to DISH TV, Satellite Internet service providers bring the Internet into your home all the way from satellites hovering above the Earth out in space. But, there is a difference between the satellite TV and Satellite Internet signals. Satellite TV providers send a one-way signal which you can only receive. Satellite Internet service, however, is a two-way signal, as you have information that needs to be both downloaded from and uploaded to the web. And if you live in a secluded area –somewhat off the grid – this option allows you the possibility of still having home internet service. To learn more about this satellite technology, check out the Satellite Internet section .
If you're looking to get online, but don't think you need the speed of broadband or DSL, there are other low-cost internet alternatives. Dial-up is by far the cheapest Internet option and is available almost everywhere there's an existing telephone connection. All you need is a local phone number and an active telephone line dedicated to internet usage. Popular cheap internet providers such as Windstream and Suddenlink can get you connected in no time at all. To learn more, check out the Dial-up Internet section .
Ready to set up your internet service? Simply enter your address in the box above or give us a call and we'll get you set up today!
Common Internet Service Questions:
What does Mbps mean?
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.
How much internet speed do I need?
Not sure how much internet speed you need? Start by thinking about all the devices that have the potential to be hooked up to internet at the same time. Do you do a lot of streaming? Do you have gaming consoles, lap tops, computer and tablets that need access to the internet? Or do you only have a couple of devices and do light internet browsing? If you fall into the “high” internet use category, you will probably require more bandwidth and will need a higher Mbps plan (around 50 Mbps if you don’t want to worry about slow load times). If you’re a light internet user, you’ll probably be okay selecting a lower Mbps internet speed (anywhere from 1 to 10 Mbps) as you won’t require as much bandwidth.
What’s the difference between cable and satellite internet?
Cable internet is delivered to your home through the same cable wires as your cable tv, so you don’t need a satellite dish or home phone line to get connected. Satellite internet is great for people who live in rural areas without access to cable. Satellite internet is delivered to your home via the satellite dish connected to your home—so you can always get connected, no matter where you live. Satellite internet also tends to be cheaper than cable internet.
Are there internet only plans?
Want to cut the cord with your TV provider, but still want internet access? Good news, most internet providers now offer internet-only plans, also known as standalone internet. But, sometimes bundling internet and TV together can be cheaper than standalone internet, so be sure to compare all your options before selecting a standalone internet plan.