Highest-rated internet providers in San Antonio
According to our annual internet customer satisfaction survey, EarthLink and AT&T are the best ISPs in San Antonio. They rank first and second overall among 12 national internet providers. EarthLink customers are particularly enthusiastic about their internet services—it scored the highest in every category (speed, price, reliability, and customer service).
Suddenlink is rated seventh out of 12 overall but got fourth place for customer satisfaction with pricing.
So, how about the rest of San Antonio’s internet companies? It’s worth noting that our survey and other national rankings don’t include many of San Antonio’s fiber providers, including Google Fiber or Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative. They also don’t include any of the city’s smaller fixed-wireless providers. These providers are offered to a more limited part of the city geographically, but they often deliver a higher value if they’re available where you live.
Fastest internet service providers in San Antonio
AT&T offers internet at speeds up to 5000 Mbps
Google Fiber offers internet at speeds up to 2000 Mbps
Spectrum offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Astound Broadband Powered by Grande Communications offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
San Antonio might be the most historic city in Texas—with five beautiful missions and a lot of culture to boot—but it’s also pretty darn tech-savvy. Forbes ranked San Antonio fifth in the nation for fastest internet speed. The fastest internet in San Antonio comes from fiber providers, although cable internet is also a great option.
Those living closer to the city center are more likely to have fiber internet options with gigabit plans (with download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps). San Antonio’s north, northwest, and central downtown areas have access to fiber internet service from Google Fiber, AT&T, and Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative. These three companies offer the fastest internet in San Antonio.
If you can’t get fiber internet where you live, you can probably get Spectrum. Charter Spectrum offers cable internet with download speeds that equal fiber (although Spectrum’s upload speeds are slower than fiber).