"We've built HSI from the ground up to make it easy, fast, and most of all helpful for you. It's our goal to make sure you get the best internet service, wherever you are." - Tanner Christensen, HSI Strategist
Using the Internet isn't a luxury anymore - it's a way of life. For anyone that?s ever used dialup service, it's obvious why high-speed cable Internet is so important. Cable Internet service is fifty times faster than dialup, which means you never have to wait long periods for websites to open, emails to go or large files to download. It all happens in a matter of seconds, rather than minutes or hours. Cable Internet provides one of the most reliable services for high-speed Internet.
High-speed Internet is delivered to you through cable wires, just like your cable tv service. You don't need a phone line for this type of Internet service. You get unsurpassed speed and robust connectivity for any online applications that requires uncompromised Internet service. See how your current service compares to cable Internet with the HighspeedInternet.com Internet speed test.
Typically cable Internet connections run in the neighborhood of 3-6 Mbps, although they can get up to as high as 50 Mbps. You may experience slightly slower speeds when downloading exceptionally large files or if there are multiple users on your connection.
Cable provides the most consistent and reliable Internet service on the market today. It is not affected by weather and isn't dependent on your location. If you live or do business within the cable network you can access high-speed Internet.
There are some initial installation fees for having your cable internet hooked up, but after that you can have all the benefits of super fast, reliable high speed broadband.
In the United States there are many cable internet service providers (ISPs), who provide internet access by way of existing cable infrastructure. If the consumer has cable television, then they also have the ability to receive cable internet, with the installation of a cable modem and activation of their account.
Cable ONE offers high speed Internet service in parts of the southeastern and southwestern U.S., as well as the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, with services in 19 states. Cable ONE has pricing and access plans for residential service and business customers.
Cablevision Systems Corporation provides high-speed Internet access though its Optimum Online® subsidiary. Internet service is available to parts of the New York City metro area, and parts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Optimum Online® has three Internet service plans available for the consumer.
Charter Communications offers Internet services across 29 states. The company offers four pricing plans for residential subscribers.
Comcast Corporation offers high-speed Internet access in 39 states. Comcast has multiple pricing tiers for consumers.
Cox Communications, also known as Cox Cable, supplies high-speed Internet cable connections in 17 states. This company has a three-tier pricing and Internet access plan for the consumer.
Currently offering broadband Internet access in 22 states, Mediacom has three different Internet service plans for the residential customer.
RCN Corporation serves Chicago, IL., Washington D. C., New York City, NY., Boston, MA., and Allentown and Philadelphia, PA., with high-speed Internet service. There are three different Internet service plans from which the consumer can select.
Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable® offers Road Runner® Broadband across the United States. Road Runner® Broadband feeds your need for speed.