Find Internet Providers in Your Area & Cable Providers by Zip Code
Unlike many sites, we show all 2,100+ TV and internet options: not just those who pay to be listed. Enter your zip code in the box below to see TV and internet providers in your area.
You'll see the following for all providers near your home:
- Maximum speed offered by internet service providers in your area.
- Upload speeds for each provider.
- Whether the provider offers TV or internet only.
- How many people can actually get a given download or upload speed in that zip code.
- A link to the TV or internet company’s website.
- Other useful stats on coverage, availability and speeds for each provider and each zip code.
You're probably thinking: “Which internet services are near me?” Give our zip code search a try! With more than 400 internet service providers in the U.S., we've worked hard to get this info for ISPs in your area, and we hope you'll find it useful.
Cable TV & ISPs in your area (U.S)
AT&T features internet plans starting at $40 a month. It’s unusual in that it has both DSL plans, with a download speed of up to 100 Mbps and a fiber-optic network, with download speeds of either 300 Mbps or 1000 Mbps. The plans feature unlimited data caps and one-year contracts. AT&T is noted for good customer service in an industry where that is not common. It ranked in second place with 69 points in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) ratings. Check AT&T coverage in your area.
Xfinity plans range from $39.99 a month up to $299.95 a month for 12 months, with download speeds from 100 Mbps to 2,000 Mbps. Upper-level plans require a two-year contract, and fees increase during the second year, but there are no data caps. The most expensive plan also gives you access to 125+ TV channels, including ESPN and Bravo. Xfinity has middle-of-the-road reviews for customer service, with ACSI giving it 61 points, one below the industry average, putting it in fourth place. J.D. Powers gives it three power circles and second place behind Verizon. Check Xfinity coverage in your area.
Spectrum offers three internet-only plans that start at $49.99 a month, with download speeds of 200 Mbps, 400 Mbps, and 940 Mbps. Spectrum does not have data caps, which makes it a great choice for gamers since there are no fees for going over your data limit, and there are no contracts. The company ranks in seventh place, with 59 points, in the ACSI customer service rankings. Check Spectrum availability in your area.
Verizon (Fios and DSL)
One of the top internet providers in the country, Verizon, has both a DSL network as well as a more limited fiber-optic network (Fios) available in select areas. Plan costs range from $39.99-79.99, with maximum download speeds of 100 Mbps to 940 Mbps. Verizon plans have no data cap, and customers are not required to sign an annual contract. One area where Verizon excels is in its reputation. Verizon Fios tops the ACSI list with 70 points and is also the highest- rated company on J.D. Power’s ISP Satisfaction Study. Check Verizon availability in your area.
CenturyLink plans feature maximum download speeds from 20 Mbps to 940 Mbps, with prices ranging from $49 to $65 a month. CenturyLink has no contracts, though it advertises a “Price for Life” option that keeps your monthly fee the same as long as you have the plan. It does charge a fee if you go over the 1 TB data cap. CenturyLink is in the middle of the pack as far as reputation goes. Its ACSI score is 59, tying it for seventh place with Spectrum. Check CenturyLink availability in your area.
Frontier Communication’s prices start at $27.99 a month for download speeds of 6 Mbps and continue up to $44.99 for 45 Mbps. Frontier also has Fios fiber-optic service in a limited area for $64.98 for up to 940 Mbps of download speed. Frontier plans do not have a data cap; its DSL service does not require a contract, but the Fios plan has a two-year contract. Frontier earns a 55 from the ACSI Customer Service list — which puts it in last place, indicating that the company’s customer service is not top-notch. Check Frontier availability in your area.
Cox plans range from $19.99 a month for an internet starter package with 10 Mbps download speed up to its Gigablast package with up to 940 Mbps of download speed for $99.99 a month. Most Cox plans require a one-year contract and come with a 1 TG data cap. Any data in excess of that may incur a $10 charge per 50 GB of additional data. Cox’s customer service is adequate, with a fifth-place showing in the ACSI Internet Service Provider Customer Service rankings. Check Cox availability in your area.
Windstream utilizes both DSL and fiber optic cabling and offers plans that range from $27 to $56 for 25 Mbps up to 1000 Mbps of download speed. There are no contracts, but the introductory prices are good for one year. There are also no data caps, making them a good choice for heavy internet users. Windstream earns a low 57 in ACSI’s Customer Satisfaction Index, putting them ahead of only Frontier and Mediacom. Check Windstream availability in your area.
Optimum’s internet plans start at $44.99 for 200 Mbps of download speed and range up to $64.99 for 400 Mbps. There is no annual contract, and the company offers an unlimited data cap. Optimum’s customer service is good: it ranks in third place on ACSI’s ratings, with a score of 63. Check Optimum availability in your area.
Internet providers are not available in all areas. Internet service and speeds vary by zip code and even street. Cable TV service may be available in some areas, but not in others. The easiest way to see service for your address and what internet or cable you can get is to enter your zip and then call, but the above shows major TV and internet providers and their major service operation areas.
Statistics for internet in my area
Maximum download/upload speeds in the U.S.
The table below shows the percentage of zip codes with download and upload speeds matching the speed on the left. For example, in the 1 Gigabit or faster range, 18.2% of zip codes have at least one provider offering download speeds, and 11.7% of zip codes have gigabit upload speeds.
|Speed||Max Download Speed||Max Upload Speed||Best For|
|.1 to 5 Mbps||1.1%||9.5%||Single device, web browsing and checking email|
|6 to 10 Mbps||1.6%||12.8%||1-3 devices, web browsing, email, social media, SD video streaming|
|11 to 20 Mbps||2%||17.6%||1-3 devices, web browsing, email, social media, SD video streaming|
|21 to 30 Mbps||2.3%||10.5%||4-8 devices, music steaming, one or two device HD video streaming|
|31 to 75 Mbps||1.9%||21.8%||8-10 devices, multiple video streaming, real-time gaming on one device|
|76 to 100 Mbps||9.2%||3%||8-10 devices, multiple devices streaming HD video, real-time gaming, video conferencing|
|101 to 250 Mbps||14%||2.7%||10+ devices, multiple devices streaming HD video, multiple devices doing real time gaming|
|251 to 500 Mbps||25%||0.4%||10+ devices streaming HD or 4K video, large file downloading|
|501 to 999 Mbps||22.9%||8.2%||10+ devices, multiple devices streaming HD or 4K video or playing real-time games simultaneously|
|1 Gbps or more||18.2%||11.7%||15+ devices, multiple devices streaming 4K videos or playing real-time games simultaneously|
|Satellite only||1.7%||1.7||1-3 devices, web browsing, email, social media, some video or music streaming, single-player gaming|
Typical speeds (speeds that most users can expect during peak usage) are almost always lower than the maximum advertised speed across all providers. Cable providers, in particular, tend to have lower actual speeds than advertised. Speeds will vary by location. When you enter your zip code above, you'll see actual vs. advertised speed for each provider in your area.
Zip Codes with the Fastest Home Internet Service
- 97701 in Bend, OR
- 02860 in Pawtucket, RI
- 99301 in Pasco, WA
- 02909 in Providence, RI
- 18102 in Allentown, PA
- 97301 in Salem, OR
- 02908 in Providence, RI
- 18103 in Allentown, PA
- 97702 in Bend, OR
- 60614 in Chicago, IL
Which Types of Broadband Internet Are Available in My Area?
The number of zip codes and the total number of people who can expect to find residential service at their homes by type.
|Speed||DSL||Cable||Fiber||Any wired service|
|% Of zips with service available||93%||72%||28%||96%|
|% of the U.S. population served||90%||89%||25%||97%|
Cable providers are far less likely than DSL providers to serve rural areas. Fiber optic providers are mostly in metropolitan areas and their surrounding suburbs. Use our search feature to see if fiber is available near you.
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