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
What internet providers offer free internet for your home? Browse free internet options for students, seniors, or low income households.Read more on How to Get Free Internet: Everything You Need to Know
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?
Everything you need to know about internet speed. Cable vs DSL vs Satellite vs Fiber. Latency. How much internet speed do you need? Wi-Fi and home networking. Routers and modems. Is your internet speed fast enough?Read more on The Consumers Guide to Internet Speed
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.
DSL ●3 Mbps–115 Mbps ●About $20–$70/mo. ●Prices locked for 1–2 yrs. View DSL Providers Cable ●10...Read more on DSL vs. Cable: Which Is Right for You?
Find out how to tell if your internet is being throttled, other reasons your internet speed slows down, and what to do if you’re being throttled by your ISP.Read more on How Can I Tell If My Internet Is Being Throttled by My ISP?
The internet speed requirements you need for:
Nintendo Wii U
Online gaming on a PC/Mac
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The available internet packages will vary greatly by location but on average cost about $50.00 per month for about 100 Mbps of speed. The average advertised package for stand-alone internet service in America is around $50 per month during the initial promotional offer and about $60 per month after the promotional period expires.Read more on How Much Should I Be Paying for High-Speed Internet?
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?