Category: Provider Comparisons (Versus)

Frontier vs. Cox

by | Jun 12, 2017 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 0 

Choose Frontier for more options. Frontier offers two types of internet: DSL and fiber. While availability for the latter varies, you’ll find Frontier’s DSL (High-Speed Internet) in many states. Its fiber offering, FiOS from Frontier, is not as widely available, but the service area could expand as Frontier continues to grow its network. Choose Cox for reliable internet. Cox sells cable internet, which offers reliable speeds designed for streaming and gaming. The company provides a connection you can depend on, with fewer outages and latency issues.

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AT&T vs. Suddenlink

by | May 31, 2017 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 1 

Choose Suddenlink for a balanced, no-contract option with a reasonable price tag. AT&T has two primary internet services: AT&T Internet and AT&T Fiber.

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AT&T vs. RCN

by | May 5, 2017 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 0 

View AT&T Plans Should I Choose AT&T or RCN as My High-Speed Internet Service Provider? When you move...

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XFINITY by Comcast vs. Windstream

by | Sep 8, 2016 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 1 

You just want the fastest speeds at the most affordable price. Why does it have to…

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Choosing Between DSL Internet or Fiber

by | Apr 21, 2016 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 1 

DSL or Fiber: Find the Right One for You Internet access is crucial to modern life,…

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Find the Right Internet Connection: Cable Internet vs. Fiber

by | Mar 31, 2016 | Provider Comparisons (Versus) | 0 

Cable Internet v. Fiber Internet It’s great to have choices; but the more options you have,…

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Streaming Services vs Xfinity Cable Services

by | Mar 15, 2016 | Provider Comparisons (Versus), Streaming Guides | 0 

Streamable video content, like that offered through Hulu and Netflix, continues to rise in popularity. According…

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