Lancaster Residential Internet Coverage
The growing city of Lancaster, which is home to almost 60,000 people, has several established internet service providers offering coverage to its residents and businesses.
At Centurylink Prism, quite a few of Lancaster_s neighborhoods enjoy high-speed fiber internet. They serve many central neighborhoods, including Conestoga Gardens and Woodlawn. Service is available in the northern areas of the city, in addition to the southwestern quarter. The southeastern part of Lancaster falls outside the service area.
CenturyLink offers DSL to all of Lancaster, reaching beyond the city_s western limits to cover surrounding areas.
Verizon also brings reliable DSL to Lancaster, reaching from Manor Ridge in the west to Bird in Hand in the east. The service area reaches Landis Valley in the north and stretches to Talmage in the south.
Through Frontier Communications, those in many Lancaster neighborhoods have access to fast internet. Service is available in the central neighborhoods of Beverly Estates and Grandview Heights, with coverage available in all neighborhoods east of this area. Some western neighborhoods in the far north and far south of Lancaster have access to the Frontier Communications network, including Harrisburg Pike and Windom.
The cable network of Xfinity covers all of the Lancaster neighborhoods, in addition to the surrounding cities.
internet provider TOAST.net is accessible anywhere in Lancaster. Similarly, the network of Level 3 Communications offers many Lancaster neighborhoods fiber internet.
Similarly, Atlantic Broadband brings service to neighborhoods as far south as Talmage and as far north as Landis Valley. Some parts of southwestern Lancaster are just outside this company_s service area.
If those options weren_t enough, Megapath reaches all of the main neighborhoods in Lancaster, stopping just short of Lancaster Airport in the north.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Lancaster
Verizon offers internet at speeds up to 7 Mbps
CenturyLink offers internet at speeds up to 40 Mbps
Frontier offers internet at speeds up to 25 Mbps
Xfinity offers internet at speeds up to 200 Mbps