Dave has written professionally for tech companies and consumer technology sites for nearly five years, with a special focus on TV and internet. He uses his industry expertise to help readers at HighSpeedInternet.com get the most out of their services. No matter the project, he prefers his coffee black (the stronger, the better).
1. Find internet providers in your area.
2. Compare plans, pricing, speeds, and more.
3. Discover how much internet speed you need.
4. Test your current internet speed.
5. Know if you’re switching providers and cost of early termination.
6. Choose your internet provider.
It’s hard to get anything done in today’s world without an internet connection. Fortunately, free public Wi-Fi has been popping up all over the country, saving us all from draining our data plans. Known as hotspots, these helpful connections make getting Wi-Fi access on the go easy. But how exactly does a hotspot work? And how can you find one near you?Read more on How to Find Wi-Fi Hotspots
Find out which Internet Service Providers have unlimited data and which providers have data caps and overage fees.Read more on Which Internet Service Providers Have Data Caps?
Two words that you’ll hear a lot when discussing internet service are “bandwidth” and “latency.” But...Read more on Bandwidth vs. Latency: What is the Difference?
With HBO Max’s debut at the end of May 2020, we build a guide with everything you need to know about the new service and how it compares to other HBO on-demand services.Read more on HBO vs. HBO Max: Which One Should You Get?
Whether you’re in the market for a new Internet Service Provider (ISP) and considering Spectrum or you’ve already shopped around and made your choice, the next step is clear: ordering your service and installing it. We’ll walk you through the process of both self-installation and professional installation of Spectrum service. We’ll also talk about equipment and whether you’re better off renting from Spectrum or buying your own.Read more on Your Guide to Spectrum Internet Installation
In this guide, we’ll take a look at the nitty-gritty of the AT&T installation process, how to decide if self-installation is right for you, and whether you should rent or buy your equipment. And if you already know what info you’re looking for, use the quick links below to jump right to it.Read more on Your Guide to AT&T Internet Installation
While Optimum has slightly cheaper plans and better satisfaction from its customers, it ultimately falls short of delivering the same quality and coverage that Verizon Fios plans can. If you’re trying to shave a few bucks a month off your bills, you can pick up Optimum and at worst cancel easily if you don’t like what you get, but we think Verizon Fios is the provider you’ll want to be with for the long haul.Read more on Verizon vs. Optimum
Verizon Fios Home Internet offers its Fios Gigabit Connection plan with near symmetrical upload speeds that’s great for those who want a top-of-the-line connection, while Cox offers the better budget packages that just get the job done.Read more on Verizon Fios Home Internet vs. Cox Internet