Rachel Oaks has written hundreds of helpful articles in their five years at CableTV.com. You want all the deets on internet providers, download speeds, and affordable internet? They’re your new favorite writer. Rachel earned their Bachelor of Arts in English at Southern Utah University. You can find more of Rachel’s delightful insights on Yahoo! Finance, Roku.com, and BestCompany.
If you’re more interested in the numbers after the dollar sign than the digits before the Mbps, you’re in the market for a cheap internet service provider. But where do you look when the price of everything internet-related keeps going up? Believe it or not, you still have options.Read more
In a perfect world, every internet service provider (ISP) would offer fast speeds at a great price. Unfortunately, a lot of providers have slow internet plans that cost a lot—or they’ll limit how much you can use your internet service. To help you skip the heartache of troublesome internet providers, we have five recommendations for the best internet providers.Read more
When the competition is AT&T Fiber vs. Xfinity Internet, we say AT&T is better than Xfinity. While our recent customer satisfaction survey put AT&T Fiber and Xfinity Internet on equal footing for reliability, you’ll get faster speeds if you go with AT&T Fiber.Read more
EarthLink may have unlimited data, but that doesn’t balance out its shortcomings. That said, if you’re over you current ISP, you may want to learn more about EarthLink’s pricing, plans, and availability.Read more
If you live in a rural area, satellite may be the only available internet type. Between Viasat and HughesNet, we’d have to pick Viasat because of its faster internet speeds and better data allowance. But HughesNet isn’t a bad option if you prioritize your pocketbook over your internet time.Read more