Cable Internet Providers

Find cable Internet providers in your area

About Cable Internet

Over 200 companies in America provide broadband using a cable Internet connection. Cable Internet providers offer service to 89% of the population, so you very likely have a cable Internet provider in your area.

As the name suggests, cable Internet works by using the same kinds of cables used to deliver cable TV. This delivery system is very convenient for getting both TV and Internet services with minimal installation. Bundling services in this way can often save you money over getting the services separately.

List of Cable Internet Providers

Provider
User Rating
Max Speed
%Coverage
6.0/10
100 Mbps
32%
8.0/10
60 Mbps
9%
6.0/10
100 Mbps
7%
6.0/10
50 Mbps
20%
8.0/10
100 Mbps
4%
6.0/10
50 Mbps
3%
6.0/10
50 Mbps
3%
6.0/10
50 Mbps
2%
8.0/10
50 Mbps
2%
6.0/10
100 Mbps
2%
6.0/10
50 Mbps
1%
8.0/10
25 Mbps
1%
6.0/10
25 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
100 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
100 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
6.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
10 Mbps
N/A
6.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
8.0/10
50 Mbps
N/A
6.0/10
10 Mbps
N/A
N/A
10 Mbps
N/A
4.0/10
100 Mbps
N/A

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Pros

Availability
Cable Internet is available in all 50 states with coverage of 89% of the population.

Speed
Cable Internet provides a wide offering of speeds, including speeds much faster than DSL. Cable Internet speeds can reach as high as about 150 Mbps.

xCons

Customer Service
Cable companies get a bad rap for customer service. While some of the complaints are valid, many issues can be avoided by understanding how prices will change after the initial promotional period expires.

Price
Cable Internet services can get expensive after the promotional pricing period expires, especially if you have TV service too.

Final Analysis

Cable Internet providers deliver good speed and are widely available, just make sure you read your service agreement before signing up so you aren’t blindsided by fees and price hikes.