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We’ve built a comprehensive database of all the Internet Service Providers across the United States. Just enter your zip code to find providers near you.
What are the best internet providers?
- Verizon — Fast upload and download speeds
- AT&T Internet — Great value
- Xfinity from Comcast — High speeds widely available
- Spectrum — No data caps
- CenturyLink — Low-cost options
- Frontier Communications — No-contract plans available
- Cox Communications — High-quality equipment
- Optimum — Highly reliable
- Viasat — Widely available
- RCN — High customer satisfaction
List of Internet Service Providers
|Provider||User Rating||Max Speed|
|AT&T||4.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Xfinity||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|WOW!||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|CenturyLink||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Windstream||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Cincinnati Bell||4.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Time Warner Spectrum||3.0/5||100 Mbps|
|Atlantic Broadband||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Cox Communications||3.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
|Frontier Communications||3.0/5||24 Mbps|
|Frontier FiOS||3.0/5||500 Mbps|
|Brighthouse Networks||3.0/5||50 Mbps|
|Integra Telecom||2.0/5||30 Mbps|
|Suddenlink Communications||4.0/5||1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps)|
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Why do you need my zip code before I can see the available internet services?
As anyone who’s ever shopped for internet service online knows, at some point in the process you will be asked to enter your zip code into a box like the one below.
Asking for this type of information up front may seem intrusive and can be a little frustrating, but we have a good reason for asking: we want to help you find what you want.
We keep a database of which Internet Service Providers offer service in a particular area. To keep the databases simple, we define each area by its zip code. So, in order for us to show you the internet service packages you can actually buy, we need to know which Internet Service Providers offer service in your area. The simplest way to establish that information is by asking for your zip code.
In most areas, you will find one major cable company, one major telephone company, and one or two satellite companies providing internet service. Although this is typical, exactly which companies are available to you will vary based on your area.
What happens after I enter my zip code?
Entering your zip code narrows down the list of ISPs to only the internet provider options in your area. After you have that list, you can search through the packages each provider offers and choose one that suits your needs. But before you make your final decision about which package to order, you’ll want to know exactly what your needs are when it comes to internet.
Most providers will have several speed tiers from which to choose, so the first thing to consider is how much internet speed you’ll need. You can quickly determine your speed needs by using our handy tool.
You also might want to compare the speed you need to the speed you already have. You can check the speed you’re currently getting with this tool.
Next, you’ll want to know what kind of customer service each brand provides and understand any fees or unexpected charges. Fortunately, you can do all that by simply reading the expert reviews on our site. Reading user reviews by current customers is also a good way to learn about an Internet Service Provider before you sign up for high-speed internet.
Why do my search results show me providers that aren’t actually available at my address?
Most databases listing Internet Service Providers use zip codes to identify particular areas. Although this is this quickest and least intrusive way to separate internet service options into the areas they serve, it is not always 100% accurate.
When you enter your zip code into our site, it searches our database and displays all the Internet Service Providers offering service to any building in your zip code. However, sometimes an ISP may provide service to only a portion of a particular zip code, not the entire zip code.
For instance, you may live on the east side of a zip code that has a big apartment complex on the west side. Some ISPs may provide service at that apartment complex, but not at your address just a few blocks away. When you search for Internet Service Providers by that zip code, the ISPs that provide service to the apartment complex will show up in the search results—even though they provide service to only a portion of the zip code.
This type of discrepancy can also happen with different service tiers from the same Internet Service Provider. An ISP may be able to provide 100 Mbps in one part of a city or even one part of a zip code, but be able to provide only 25 Mbps to other parts of the same general area. This is why the speeds that are actually available in your area may be different than advertised speeds.
The easiest way to get an accurate list of the Internet Service Providers available at your exact address is to call and speak with one of our internet experts. They can look up your address directly from the ISPs themselves and tell you exactly what your options are.
How can I find internet providers in my zip code?
Just enter your zip code in the box below and we’ll show you a list.