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Internet providers in Gillsville, GA

1. Verizon Home Internet
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
5G Home
Download speeds up to
300Mbps

User Rating(14)
2. Windstream
24% available in Gillsville
Connection:
DSL
Download speeds up to
2000Mbps

User Rating(589)
3. Hughesnet
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
100Mbps

User Rating(417)

New customers get $25 off per month their first year. Terms apply.

4. Xfinity
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Cable
Download speeds up to
1200Mbps
1. Comcast Business
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Cable
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps

User Rating(41)
2. Hughesnet
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
100Mbps

User Rating(417)

New customers get $25 off per month their first year. Terms apply.

3. One Ring Networks
18% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
1. Mint
Available in Gillsville
Connection:
Mobile
Mint
4GLTE Speeds may vary

User Rating
2. Visible
Available in Gillsville
Connection:
Mobile
Visible
4GLTE Speeds may vary

User Rating
3. Xfinity Mobile
Available in Gillsville
Connection:
Mobile
Xfinity Mobile
4GLTE Speeds may vary

User Rating

Save up to $830 on an eligible 5g phone with trade in!

4. AT&T Wireless
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Mobile
AT&T Wireless
4GLTE Speeds may vary

User Rating
5. Verizon Wireless
99% available in Gillsville
Connection:
Mobile
Verizon Wireless
4GLTE Speeds may vary

User Rating

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0–5 Mbps

Works for:

  • Checking email
  • Streaming music on one device
  • Searching on Google

5–40 Mbps

Works for:

  • Streaming video on one device
  • Video calling with Skype or FaceTime
  • Online gaming for one player

40–100 Mbps

Works for:

  • Streaming HD video on a few devices
  • Multiplayer online gaming
  • Downloading large files

100–500 Mbps

Works for:

  • Streaming video in UHD on multiple screens
  • Downloading files quickly
  • Gaming online for multiple players

500–1,000+ Mbps

Works for:

  • Doing a lot of almost anything

Internet in Gillsville

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Average starting price
$53.16/mo

Average speed
14.5 Mbps

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Average download speed
14.46 Mbps

Average upload speed
9.45 Mbps

Average latency (ping)
42.48 ms

Average jitter
38.27 ms

 

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Summary of Gillsville internet providers

Provider Type Download speeds up to User rating Order online
Verizon Home Internet 5G Home 300 Mbps 4/5 View Plans for Verizon Home Internet
Windstream DSL 2000 Mbps 3.5/5 View Plans for Windstream
Hughesnet Satellite 100 Mbps 3/5 View Plans for Hughesnet
Xfinity Cable 1200 Mbps 3.5/5 View Plans for Xfinity

Availability and speeds displayed are not guaranteed and are subject to change.

Technology Type

DSL:

DSL provides internet service via phone cables and is up to ten times faster than dial-up service.

Cable:

Cable provides internet speeds faster than DSL through the same cables used for cable TV.

Satellite:

Satellite internet is widely available, but offers slower speeds due to a far-traveling signal.

Fiber:

Fiber relies on glass strands to relay digital code and is much faster than both DSL and cable.

Customer reviews of internet providers in Gillsville

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on internet providers in Gillsville.

ViaSat

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Bill B | 06-03-2021

Verified User

Preety good speed until it gets to the end of the month then they throttle you back to the point it is like not having it at all. What is the point of them controlling my usage if I agree to pay for it. I will get rid of them just as soon as another ISP gets rolling in our area.

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AT&T

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Rich B | 06-10-2015

I live pretty far out from any urban area. In fact, it's 10 miles in any direction to get to the nearest town from here, and this town doesn't even have a police station it's that small. When I moved here, it was either Windstream or AT&T, so I chose the latter after hearing numerous horror stories about Windstream and their (lack of) internet speed. At first, I didn't have to pay much for DSL but for some reason I had to have 2 passwords for the same site just to get to my billing information which isn't exactly user friendly at all. It's confusing and seemingly pointless. Another issue is that my address is different on the US Postal grid vs. the 911 grid. AT&T uses the grid that no one else uses so they can never find me because my address is a different zip code in a different town. Not to mention, every time I have to call them for something (which has always been because of some issue I've had with them) I get transferred from department to department because apparently different call centers handle different regions and no one knows how to get in contact with someone else from a different region. Then I'll run into situations where they won't bill me one month, then double bill me the next. I have not having something on auto-pay because I'll eventually forget to pay the bill so everything is on auto-pay. When they fail to bill me, it's because of their system failing to bill me. I am not a bank. I am not playing these games with my money every month. I have had this situation 3 times in 4 years. Then, at some point, my bill goes up - which is expected after the first 12 months... but then it goes up again... and then again... and then again... and now it's almost shy of 3 times what it originally costed a month for DSL. Not even cable... DSL. That's ludicrous no matter where you live. So I'm looking at other providers and it seems satellite is about the only other solution but I'm honestly very weary of satellite based internet just because of past experiences with satellite. Inclement weather and there goes the connection. I do web application development for a living and virtually everything in my house runs off internet... internet radio, internet tv (I cut the cord and love it), internet on my computer, internet through my phone, and then uploading to servers on every file save while programming. I can't afford to lose connection when it rains... particularly given the fact that I live in a tropical/rainy part of the country where I could stand to run into this situation all the time.

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AT&T

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Rich B | 06-10-2015

I live pretty far out from any urban area. In fact, it's 10 miles in any direction to get to the nearest town from here, and this town doesn't even have a police station it's that small. When I moved here, it was either Windstream or AT&T, so I chose the latter after hearing numerous horror stories about Windstream and their (lack of) internet speed. At first, I didn't have to pay much for DSL but for some reason I had to have 2 passwords for the same site just to get to my billing information which isn't exactly user friendly at all. It's confusing and seemingly pointless. Another issue is that my address is different on the US Postal grid vs. the 911 grid. AT&T uses the grid that no one else uses so they can never find me because my address is a different zip code in a different town. Not to mention, every time I have to call them for something (which has always been because of some issue I've had with them) I get transferred from department to department because apparently different call centers handle different regions and no one knows how to get in contact with someone else from a different region. Then I'll run into situations where they won't bill me one month, then double bill me the next. I have not having something on auto-pay because I'll eventually forget to pay the bill so everything is on auto-pay. When they fail to bill me, it's because of their system failing to bill me. I am not a bank. I am not playing these games with my money every month. I have had this situation 3 times in 4 years. Then, at some point, my bill goes up - which is expected after the first 12 months... but then it goes up again... and then again... and then again... and now it's almost shy of 3 times what it originally costed a month for DSL. Not even cable... DSL. That's ludicrous no matter where you live. So I'm looking at other providers and it seems satellite is about the only other solution but I'm honestly very weary of satellite based internet just because of past experiences with satellite. Inclement weather and there goes the connection. I do web application development for a living and virtually everything in my house runs off internet... internet radio, internet tv (I cut the cord and love it), internet on my computer, internet through my phone, and then uploading to servers on every file save while programming. I can't afford to lose connection when it rains... particularly given the fact that I live in a tropical/rainy part of the country where I could stand to run into this situation all the time.

Was this review helpful? Yes 7 No 0

ViaSat

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Bill B | 06-03-2021

Verified User

Preety good speed until it gets to the end of the month then they throttle you back to the point it is like not having it at all. What is the point of them controlling my usage if I agree to pay for it. I will get rid of them just as soon as another ISP gets rolling in our area.

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