Consumers have plenty of choices for high speed Internet service. Which provider – and which plans – fit you best?
Internet Providers can help cut through the overload of information. There are plenty of high speed Internet options, and factors to consider.
Want more speed? Price tiers increase with more speed. Take an Internet speed test to see if you have the fastest Internet speed that you’re paying for. If not, it’s likely time to search for other high speed Internet providers.
Users who get online for a quick email check or to browse the headlines don’t need a ton of Internet speed. What about those who game, stream, and participate in video conferences? Your best Internet service plans will carry all the speed you need.
High speed Internet providers often bundle services such as TV and home phone. You’ll get more than one essential service, and save money along the way.
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There’s more than one provider, and several delivery methods, too.
It’s a broadband connection that sends data over a cable TV network. A cable Internet connection is as fast as DSL (sometimes faster) and cheaper than fiber optics.
It’s delivered on a standard telephone line. Dial-up is low-cost. It also delivers far less speed than other methods of Internet service for your home.
DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. It’s delivered on the same line, but different frequency, than a subscriber’s landline phone.
It’s the latest in online technology. It’s regarded as the method that produces the fastest Internet speed. It’s the delivery method that introduced 1Gbps speeds.
It is Internet delivered to a home-installed dish receiver from a satellite. Satellite Internet offers service where cable and DSL don’t often venture. It’s an upgrade from dial-up speed.
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Take this Internet speed test to find out how fast your Internet connection is. Too slow for your liking? Give us a call and we can explore upgrade options with you and get your home or office hooked up with the best package and speed.
Why confine your web use to a central computer, tethered to a modem? A wireless router extends your Internet signal to a greater area, such as your entire home. With enough broadband heft, several devices can connect, such as:
If you have enough Internet speed, you can stream a movie in your living room and check social media on your phone, while your kids play a video game upstairs.
Bundling, wireless networks, bandwidth … there are tons of things to consider when shopping for Internet. Whether you’re setting up service for the first time, or switching carriers, be sure to compare Internet speeds. When it comes to taking something from the Internet, download speed is king. That’s measured in megabits per second, or Mbps. Speeds vary by delivery method to your home or business. The Federal Communications Commission issued these broadband speed guidelines:
These speeds represent the recommended minimum for one device. Check with individual high speed Internet providers for capabilities for two or more devices.