Charter Communications' home internet service, available to over 33% of the population, aims to win you over by cutting to the chase.
Simple pricing and fiber service make Frontier a popular choice for home internet, but low customer satisfaction shows it's not for everyone.
Its broadband service consistently ranks at or near the top in customer satisfaction surveys, but Verizon is only available to approximately 20% of the US.
These three letters may not be as familiar as AT&T or Cox, but this internet service provider is a key player in several states.
EarthLink, one of the oldest names in home internet, is still around, but the service isn't the same as it was. Here's all you need to know before signing up.
AT&T's internet service may be available to over 40% in the US, but only a third have access to its faster plans.
Available to more than a third of US households, Comcast's home internet service is a viable option for many, but should it be your first choice?
With speeds up to 50Mbps, unlimited data options and an impressive Wi-Fi service, Rise Broadband is a leading ISP in many suburban and rural areas.
Plans are expensive while available speeds and data allowances vary by location -- but Viasat still may be one of your best rural internet options.
Considering going with Cox for your home's internet connection? Read this first.