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About Sonic.net Internet
Your best chance of finding Sonic.net service is in California, their largest coverage area. It is a DSL provider, which means they deliver service through your traditional phone lines. Internet service enters the house through a common phone outlet, which is connected to a DSL modem. From here you can connect your wifi router or use an Ethernet cable.
The world of Internet service providers is extremely competitive. This means that you can choose the fastest, most affordable connection, thanks to all the options you have. If you are all about speed, Sonic may very well be the right ISP for you. Like other ISPs, Sonic includes phone, cable television, and Internet service. However, what makes Sonic stand out amongst its competitors is its Internet packages. The core package is similar to what you get with other ISPs—Sonic Fusion uses DSL/LAN to deliver high-speed Internet to your home or business. You can also choose Fusion FTTN, which utilizes Fiber-to-the-Node technology. Any Internet plan offers 15 e-mail accounts for your family. The newest offering in Sonic’s lineup is gigabit fiber Internet, which is currently available in cities throughout California. New neighborhoods and cities are being added on a regular basis. This connection downloads over 1000 Mbps per second, putting it ahead of the vast majority of Internet plans available. As an added bonus, there are no data caps or usage limits. Although Sonic is most well-known for its Internet, the other services are also strong. Phone plans come with features like call blocking and unlimited nationwide calling, while Sonic television plans boast plans with hundreds of channels. If you buy two or three services, you may qualify for bundle pricing. To qualify for special pricing on Sonic bundles, you may need to sign a contract for 12 months. Business owners also enjoy fast Internet through Sonic. Business plans bring reliable high-speed Internet to your business. With gigabit fiber Internet spreading across California, Sonic may soon bring service to your neighborhood or state. Check out the service map to find out if Sonic is available in your city or if they are adding your city soon.
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