Comparing internet providers is tough! There’s so much to consider… like how much speed do you really need? Is cable or DSL faster? Are the internet providers for my address my only options? You may have started your search for a new ISP by going to broadband providers’ websites or looking at ads, and chances are good that what you found there left you with more questions than answers.
The only downside to living in the country is that when you look at internet providers by zip code, you run up against slim pickings. Staying connected when you live in the most rural parts of America has been tough in the past and can still be a challenge.
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The internet service providers in your area may look, at first glance, nearly identical. The key to choosing between internet providers is to look beyond price, digging into what they have to offer using the criteria in this article.