Internet Providers in Fayetteville, NC

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1. CenturyLink - DSL or Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
45
Mbps download

2. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable or Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

3. Charter - Cable
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

4. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

5. Windstream - DSL
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

1. CenturyLink - DSL or Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
45
Mbps download

2. Time Warner Spectrum - Cable or Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

3. Charter - Cable
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
60
Mbps download

4. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

5. Windstream - DSL
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

6. MCNC - Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

7. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
Available in Fayetteville

Speeds up to
1000
Mbps download

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Fayetteville Residential Internet Coverage

With over 200,000 people, Fayetteville is one of the largest cities in North Carolina. As a result, it has access to the internet through various providers and technologies.

Consider Centurylink Prism, which is a major fiber internet provider in the United States. They offer service in areas like Falcon, Vader, and Grays Creek, although coverage stops short of Cedar Creek. Similarly, service is unavailable in the northwestern area of Skibo. The CenturyLink DSL network is much more widespread than the fiber network, extending well beyond Fayetteville city limits into neighboring areas.

Through Windstream, those in the city center and Lakedale have internet access. The network also covers some far western neighborhoods.

High-speed cable is available through Time Warner Cable, which offers service to the entirety of Fayetteville. TW rival Charter currently is restricted to the northern part of Fayetteville. Service begins in Falcon, extending to areas like Shaws, Bonnie Doone, and the city center. However, service is unavailable south of the city center.

Summary of Fayetteville Internet Providers

ProviderTypeDownload speeds up toUser Rating
CenturyLinkDSL, Fiber45 Mbps3.0/5
Time Warner SpectrumCable, Fiber1000 Mbps3.5/5
CharterCable60 Mbps3.5/5
ViasatSatellite25 MbpsN/A
WindstreamDSL100 Mbps3.0/5

Internet Provider types in Fayetteville

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Fayetteville


I guess I'm pretty satisfied. The thing about this company is they quote you one price and your bill says something different.

Angela Doyle Fayetteville, NC2017-06-30

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The service is fast and dual band is helpful. The only problem is frequent connectivity loss. Mostly due to crew work or power problems. I would like a dedicated phone line as well. I would also like if they could set up a proxy or VPN so I don't have to go thru the hassle of explaining it to my significant other on a weekly basis.

David Columbia Fayetteville, NC2017-03-21

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10/12people found this review helpful


Prices are too high and service is often limited. Most technology goes down in price over time, except internet service for some unknown reason. I only want Internet Service, but have to pay for a telephone as well as "fees" for the phone lines that have been here for 40 years. Seems that every 6 months or so a random increase in price shows up, requiring me to go to the retail store to here that "Corporate" changed fees and service charges, even though my initial service was sold as NOT increasing prices. I only want reliable Internet Service at a reasonable, STABLE price. I don't want to pay the $40 Sports fee that is hidden in every Cable TV bill.

Dennis Britt Fayetteville, NC2017-03-02

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22/26people found this review helpful


they charge to much for what they offer. i have never been happy because of the packages offered. no real savings!

Alyssa Stewart Fayetteville, NC2015-02-17

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46/59people found this review helpful

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