Category: Brand Guides
We’ve gone ahead and done the sleuthing for you to get the latest on cheap Wi-Fi, TV and internet deals, and other goodies. Read on for ways to save cash and get fast speeds.Read more on Compare Best Internet Deals from Top Providers
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?
We surveyed internet users across the U.S. to find which internet providers rank best among customers. See how your internet provider measures up.Read more on 2020’s Best Internet Providers in Customer Satisfaction
Frontier Communications filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. What does this mean for Frontier customers? Most customers will be fine, but there could be interruptions.Read more on Frontier’s Bankruptcy: What Does it Mean for Customers?
We start off with the really basic stuff—like how to sign up and start a Zoom meeting—but you can jump further down to learn more advanced techniques for adjusting privacy settings, playing with backgrounds, and more.Read more on How to Do Anything on Zoom: Your Complete Guide
Find out about available government assistance programs, income based programs and ISP low income family plans to help make internet service more affordable.Read more on Are There Programs Available to Help Make Internet Service More Affordable?
We like CenturyLink the best because it has straightforward plans, Price for Life offers on DSL, and no annual contracts. CenturyLink also delivers the most affordable gigabit internet on the market—over a fiber network, no less.Read more on CenturyLink vs. Mediacom 2020
Bottom line: Both Disney+ and Netflix are top-tier streaming services, but if you have to choose only one, you should stick with Netflix for now. It costs more, but it also offers a significantly larger content library and a wider variety of movies and TV shows.Read more on Disney+ vs. Netflix
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