Internet Providers in Baton Rouge, LA

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1. AT&T - DSL or Fiber
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

2. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

3. Charter - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

4. Cox Communications - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
300
Mbps download

5. Mediacom - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

6. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

1. AT&T - DSL or Fiber
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

2. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

3. Charter - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

4. Cox Communications - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
300
Mbps download

5. Mediacom - Cable
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
50
Mbps download

6. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

7. TW Telecom - Fiber
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

8. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
Available in Baton Rouge

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

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Baton Rouge Residential Internet Coverage

This major tourist destination is home to over 228,000 residents and thousands of businesses that serve locals and tourists alike. There are internet connection plans for all needs and budgets.

DSL and fiber service are offered through AT&T, which almost the entirety of Baton Rouge. A small area of Baton Rouge is outside the AT&T service area, primarily the area around Yazoo Street. Coverage generally reaches beyond the Baton Rouge city limits to the north, south, east, and west, providing service to outlying communities. Many central neighborhoods of Baton Rouge enjoy AT&T service, as well. Covered neighborhoods include Collegetown, Arlington, College Hills, Kleinpeter, Broadmoor, and Greendale.

For companies and residents that prefer satellite service, Hughesnet is a common choice. Hughesnet_s satellite network covers almost every part of Baton Rouge, providing options to area residents.

Summary of Baton Rouge Internet Providers

ProviderTypeDownload speeds up toUser Rating
AT&TDSL, Fiber1000 Mbps3.5/5
Time Warner SpectrumCable50 Mbps3.5/5
CharterCable60 Mbps3.5/5
Cox CommunicationsCable300 Mbps3.5/5
MediacomCable50 Mbps3.0/5
ViasatSatellite25 MbpsN/A

Internet Provider types in Baton Rouge

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Baton Rouge

AT&T Customer

AT&T usually has great customer service. I have not been disappointed in that aspect. Pricing and speed are a different story. The internet speed is okay, most of the time. I don't think it is worth the price though, especially if you are not bundling. I stream videos, I would say, an average amount. A good bit (not all) of the time, the videos I'm streaming will stall and/or take a long time to load at times. Very annoying, especially since I don't have many devices connect to the internet all at once. I have the mid line internet that should be more than enough for my needs.

Sonia B Baton Rouge, LA2015-04-21

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25/29people found this review helpful


I am very happy with the service I've gotten with Cox cable. It is reliable and they are very fast with their phone service.

Gerard Nealon Baton Rouge, LA2014-08-08

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14/22people found this review helpful


I've been with cox for over 10 years and moved twice. I've never had a problem with taking my service where I needed to go. Customer service is always nice and the speed is pretty good

Leisa Kropog Baton Rouge, LA2014-04-14

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10/17people found this review helpful


I do like Cox although I do have problems with the internet stopping..a lot. I continue with Cox because they do have good customer service and anytime I have a problem they are more then helpful. But I hate how I feel like I am always on the phone with them or need to call them.

Shannon McAlister Baton Rouge, LA2014-03-21

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15/18people found this review helpful

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