Who has the cheapest internet right now?
|Provider and plan||Promotional price||Equipment rental fee|
|AT&T Internet 300||$55.00/mo.*||$10.00/mo.|
|Simply Unlimited Internet 100 Mbps||$50.00/mo.†||$15.00/mo.|
|Spectrum Internet®||$49.99/mo. for 12 mos.^||$5.00/mo.|
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Who is truly the best internet provider?
|Provider||Monthly price||Download speeds|
|Comcast Xfinity||$19.99–$79.99*||50–1200 Mbps|
|AT&T Fiber||$55–$180†||300–5000 Mbps|
|Verizon Fios Home Internet||$49.99–$119.99‡||300–2048 Mbps|
What is the fastest Rural Internet? The fastest internet for rural areas is Starlink or Viasat, although Viasat’s rural internet speeds are more dependable and far more expensive. Starlink advertises internet speeds up to 500 Mbps while Viasat advertises 100 Mbps speeds.
What is the fastest home internet provider? Google Fiber is the fastest internet provider in the United States, delivering the fastest average speeds to its customers on the most consistent basis. With maximum advertised speeds up to 2,000 Mbps and 12-month average download speeds of 167.1 Mbps, the fiber provider earns an integrated speed score (ISS) of 185.2.