531 DSL Providers
A digital subscriber line (DSL) is a form of broadband Internet delivered via existing telephone lines. Unlike a dial-up connection, DSL allows a phone to be used while you are online.Explore DSL Providers
215 Cable Providers
Cable broadband Internet connections are delivered through the cable television network infrastructure.Explore Cable Providers
243 Fiber Providers
A high speed Internet connection that communicates at the speed of light, fiber-optic systems can carry significantly more data than regular cable or telephone lines.Explore Fiber Providers
533 Wireless Providers
High speed wireless Internet requires you to have a wireless card connected to your computer. The card accesses the internet via radio waves from a wireless broadband router.Explore Wireless Providers
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Enter your Zip Code at the top of the page. Once you click the "Check Availability" button, HighSpeedInternet.com will show you a list of Internet service providers in your area . The results may include Cable TV, Satellite TV, Home Phone, DSL or fiber optic packages.
Not all Internet service providers cover an entire zip code, so you should check with the providers directly to find out if service is available at your address.
Finding the right Internet service provider can be daunting. HighSpeedInternet.com makes it simple to decide between providers by giving you a clear comparison of prices, service type and customer service ratings.
HighSpeedInternet.com features a number of popular providers including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, HughesNet, Charter, and many other local providers.
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