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    Did You Know There Is Only One Cable Provider In Your Area?

    Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in their areas; each region only allows one provider.

    By entering your zip code, we are able to pinpoint exactly who services your area. Once we have your information, we'll help you find your local cable provider and give you all the information you need to select the right package. Our availability map will help you quickly and easily find what cable companies are available in your area. It's a useful tool if you're moving and want to see if your current provider is available in your new location or just to see a visual representation of what cable television availability is like in your zip code.

    The Top Internet Providers In The US 2013

    The internet is known as the information superhighway, but it’s so much more than a digital encyclopedia to the majority of users. The Web has evolved to a point where we can do practically everything from our computers. We can order food and clothing, do business, connect with others across the world, watch movies and play games–the options are endless. Since this tool is so important to most of us modern people, we need to be sure that our internet functions properly at all times. Faulty internet is the source of many migraines, so choosing a good internet service provider is an important decision for most of us. If you want to get what you pay for, try the following top providers for a hassle-free online experience.

    Comcast

    Comcast is the McDonald’s of the internet world–it owns the industry. With a variety of service options available in 39 states, nearly 20 million internet users, decent rates, and stable and high-speed connections, Comcast is probably the overall best internet service provider on the market. In addition to offering a basic internet package at $29.99 per month, lower class families and college students may be eligible for a 1.5Mbps speed plan for only $10 a month. Speaking of internet speeds, Comcast offers speeds ranging from a serviceable 1.5Mbps to a blistering 150Mbps in residential areas depending on location. Accounts can have up to seven email addresses, but each of them gets a cap of 10MB. All plans include a number of free extras such as Norton Security Suite, SmartZone Communications Center, Constant Guard, and ESPN3. Additionally, you have 30 days to get a full refund if you are not satisfied.

    AT&T

    AT&T is a contender for the top spot as best internet service provider with its nice variety in inexpensive plans. If speed isn’t your major concern, you can opt for a $22.95 per month dial-up plan. DSL customers only pay $14.95 a month, while those who prefer the speedy fiber optic connections can go with the $19.99 U-Verse plan. One clear advantage for AT&T users is the option to have 10 different email addresses for a single plan with no restrictions on storage space. Security software is also included with every plan, so that’s a nice touch. If you happen to run into any problems, don’t hesitate to contact the helpful customer service department. In the end, AT&T offers everything you will need to have an enjoyable online experience whether you’re playing video games or streaming your favorite shows and films.

    Verizon

    For those who didn’t already know, Verizon provides more than phone services. Like AT&T, Verizon also offers dial-up, DSL, and fiber optic plans at comparable prices. The only one that demands a significantly higher fee is the fiber optic service known as FiOS. Compared to AT&T’s $19.99 price tag, Verizon charges 50 bucks monthly for its faster fiber optic internet service that can run up to speeds of 50Mbps. Unfortunately, FiOS is only available in a handful of states. Up to nine email addresses with 10MB of space can be linked to a Verizon internet account.

    Time Warner Cable

    Time Warner Cable is quite possibly the second largest internet service provider, trailing only Comcast in the number of customers served. According to most estimates, nearly 15 million people across 39 states use TWC, but many have never even heard of the company. Regardless, most users seem very pleased with their internet access. Speeds are reportedly high in most areas, maxing out at around 50Mbps. Up to five 10MB email accounts can be linked to an internet account, and WiFi is free for anyone residing in New York. The only big complaint about TWC is their customer service–or lack of it. However, the majority of customers are satisfied enough that they’ll rarely ever need help.

    COX

    This internet service provider has over 6 million customers across a number of major US cities. While its services are not widely available, Cox Communications has a reputation for providing customers with good internet speeds and low pricing. Reported speeds range from 3Mbps to 50Mbps, but customers do not have the choice of dial-up or DSL. While COX offers up to 10 email accounts per plan, most people really only care that their internet works as advertised. Like with most other internet service providers, internet security is included, but other extras like ESPN3 and Nickelodeon apps also come with the service. In the few areas where COX is available, internet performance trumps that of most competitors.

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    1. Stacy Peterson December 14, 2012 at 10:41 pm

      Because it is on the top the list, that is why I choose Comcast because I feel they are the best at getting the cable installed quickly and their customer service is fast too. I love it.

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