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Find the Best Internet Providers in Your Area

ProviderStarting PriceMax Download SpeedFind Internet
AT&T$55/mo. – $80/mo.300 Mbps – 940 MbpsCheck in My Area
CenturyLink$30/mo. – $70/mo.20 Mbps – 940 MbpsCheck in My Area
Xfinity$19.99/mo. – $299.95/mo.50 Mbps – 3000 MbpsCheck in My Area
HughesNet$44.99/mo.25 MbpsCheck in My Area
Viasat$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.25 Mbps – 150 MbpsCheck in My Area
Spectrum$49.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.300 Mbps – 1000 MbpsCheck in My Area
Starting Price$55/mo. – $80/mo.
Max Download Speed300 Mbps – 940 Mbps
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Starting Price$30/mo. – $70/mo.
Max Download Speed20 Mbps – 940 Mbps
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Starting Price$19.99/mo. – $299.95/mo.
Max Download Speed50 Mbps – 3000 Mbps
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Starting Price$44.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
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Starting Price$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps – 150 Mbps
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Starting Price$49.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.
Max Download Speed300 Mbps – 1000 Mbps
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Pricing, speeds, offers, and availability vary by service address and are subject to change at any time. Additional fees, taxes, and terms may apply. As of 2/22/22.

How We Evaluate

From hidden fees to spotty availability, finding the right internet plan can feel overwhelming. To help, our experts review ISPs on categories like performance, affordability, and customer satisfaction to bring you the best internet options near you.

Best Providers by Connection Type

Not all internet technology is the same. Each connection type has pros and cons to fit different lifestyles. Depending on which provider you choose, speeds, availability, and pricing will vary.

doneFastest speeds & greatest home coverage

closeTypically costs more than DSL and cable

doneCan provide gigabit download speeds

closeLow upload speeds & reduced speeds during peak hours

doneRelatively cheap plans & wide availability

closeDownload speeds max out at around 150 Mbps

doneAvailable virtually everywhere, making it ideal for rural areas

closeLow upload speeds & price hikes after promo period

doneFast speeds & low latency

closeLimited availability & compatibility with devices

doneFast speeds & flexibility

closeConnectivity requires line of sight

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Things to Consider When Shopping for Internet

How Much Speed You Need

When choosing an internet plan, don’t pay for more than you need. Use our Speed Calculator to determine what the recommended internet speed for your lifestyle is and go from there.

Availability Near You

Your internet options really come down to where you live. Use our zip search tool to find out what internet service providers and connection types are available near you to save both time and money.

Internet Fees

A lot goes into your monthly internet bill. From equipment rentals to data overages, almost all providers charge extra fees. Be sure to read the fine print and compare all options before signing on the dotted line.

Active Promotions

Providers regularly offer internet deals to new customers to help save them money at the start. You may be able to snag a discounted rate, a reward card, and more if you know to look.


Internet FAQs

We do not provide internet services ourselves. Instead, we connect you to available providers near you who can get you set up. Whether you need WiFi for work, school, or entertainment purposes, we can help you find an internet provider that meets your needs and budget. 

We use your zip code to determine which internet service provider(s) are available near you. After we match you with the right providers from our database, your zip code is wiped from our search tool.

Use our Speed Calculator to gauge how much internet speed you actually need. It’ll ask questions about your lifestyle and internet habits to help determine the right plan for you.

Internet typically costs between $20 – $100 depending on the plan you select. This may include not only your service but other internet fees like equipment rentals or data overages. Check with your provider and compare plans before signing up.