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Need basic Internet access? Want faster Internet? Unsure which provider fits best? InternetProviders.com can recommend plans and carriers for your home. Explore speed tiers and bundle options such as phone and Internet plans, right here.
Basic Internet plans for light browsing won’t cost as much as Internet that supports multiple devices and heavy use. Some carriers offer a comparable price for an upgrade in speed. The highest speeds often come with the highest price tags.
Turn your home into an Internet hot spot
Your high-speed Internet service comes through a modem. A router broadcasts that Internet signal throughout a home. This allows other enabled devices to connect to the network:
Gaming systems | Compete against opponents anywhere. Faster speeds are required for best results
Smart TVs | Stream programming rather than downloading it. With a DVR, customers could stop and rewind a program or switch viewing
Enabled devices | Users of laptops, smartphones and tablets can get online. The fastest speed tiers allow for more than one device at once
Users can encrypt a wireless signal to prevent unauthorized access. Parental controls allow a system administrator to restrict Internet access during certain hours.
Carriers with a network of Wi-Fi hotspots often offer access to subscribers. This gives users access in public spaces to connect to a Wi-Fi network on portable devices. What’s the advantage?
Save data | Allows customers to preserve data on their mobile plans
Stay connected | Keeps users in touch with work and home
Work and play | Gives a customer access to work email, online games, or both
Adaptive technology allows users to remember hotspots and connect. This can preserve battery life for mobile devices, too. This is a great way to stay connected at home and on the go.
Three questions to consider:
A single user on one device can get plenty of broadband in basic home Internet plans. The more devices that typically connect, the higher speed tier you’ll need.
There’s a budget to consider in most cases. Consider Internet packages that give you a choice. Seek offers of free installation or equipment, or a lower price for the speed you’d need.
If you’re not in the market for Internet-only plans, bundles make lots of sense. Count on the same provider for Internet to deliver TV, home phone or both.
The experts at InternetProviders.com understand the ins and outs of Internet plans. Call them today to discover the speed and plan that fit you best.