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With cable Internet providers, you get:
Widespread availability | Where you live will determine which cable providers’ are available and how much speed you can get. Most cities and towns in the U.S. have the population base to draw providers of cable Internet service.
Low cost | Cable providers often offer cost-saving introductory offers if you switch providers or upgrade your plan to include Internet.
Cable ISPs sometimes offer additional features, such as Wi-Fi capability away from home on hotspots throughout the network. Internet security and identity protection may also be offered as add-on services. To learn more about available plans in your area, speak with one of our experts today.
Often at no additional charge, cable Internet providers furnish multiple email addresses and cloud storage for your data needs.
Access your provider’s news and entertainment sites. Some cable providers integrate their TV service with Internet to allow viewing of On Demand or even live TV titles on mobile devices.
Cable customers can create a home hotspot with a wireless router. Depending on the speed tier you select, you can easily connect more than one enabled device to the network.
Potential customers might be able to save money on installation. Some cable providers allow do-it-yourself installation. If you’re interested in installing your own equipment, simply ask when you call.
Cable Internet service can slow down during peak usage hours. These commonly happen in mid-morning hours, and again just after the school and work days end.
A cable connection is often shared, so your speeds may be affected at any time of day by your neighbors’ Internet usage. Still, cable offers more speed and better reliability than dial-up or DSL can – and it won’t tie up your phone line.
If you need help deciding which type of Internet will fit your needs, we can help. Have your questions ready when you call.
Most do! Bundling is both convenient and potentially more cost-effective.
Many providers offer lower prices for bundles versus standalone services. Bundles can include other great services like home phone and TV.
Many consumers can get a discount for signing up for more than one service from the start. If the provider you’re interested in offers 1- or 2-year contracts, you may be able to lock in a lower promotional rate long-term.
Urban areas are prime for cable providers. If you live in a city or town, especially close to the company’s office, you can most likely get a cable Internet bundle.
Competition among Internet service providers can work to your advantage – just ask us about cable Internet deals in your area. You’ll also need to weigh cost against the speed and bandwidth you need. Many Internet providers offer different plan tiers, with the higher-priced plans offering the most speed.
A dependable network makes a big difference for streaming, browsing the Web, and everything in between. You’ll want to make sure your provider has a connection you can trust.
If you’re struggling to find the most reliable, affordable Internet available in your area, the information you need is just a call away. We’ll help you compare Internet services in your area to get the best deal.