Greensboro Residential Internet Coverage
There are numerous cable, satellite, fiber, and DSL providers in the Greensboro area.
Through Centurylink Prism, a growing fiber network is currently located at the eastern city limits of Greensboro. This network serves some edge neighborhoods, like those around Landerwood Drive and Stewarts Mill. CenturyLink also has a stable DSL network in this region. CenturyLink DSL serves the same neighborhoods as Centurylink Prism, but expands service inward toward the city center.
If you choose AT&T, all of Greensboro is in range of DSL, fiber internet, or both. The combined service area stretches from Friendship in the west to Greesons Crossroads in the east, reaching the northern neighborhood of Rudd and the southern neighborhood of Miles Crossroad.
The expansive Time Warner Cable network brings high-speed cable service to all of Greensboro, reaching the border neighborhoods and central neighborhoods like Glenwood, Oak Grove, and Latham Park.
North State Communications serves much of southern Greensboro and parts of the western half of the city. In the west, the service map covers Pomona, Terra Cotta, Hilltop, and Hamilton Lakes. Southern areas that fall into this service area include Forest Oaks, Groometown, and Mount Zion.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Greensboro
AT&T offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Spectrum offers internet at speeds up to 100 Mbps
North State Communications offers internet at speeds up to 50 Mbps
Viasat offers internet at speeds up to 25 Mbps