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Finding Cable Providers in My Area

Customers in areas with lots of ISP options don't get very far by searching ‘cable providers in my area'. Choosing between internet service providers can be overwhelming because there are a lot of cable companies with several service options that include not just internet delivery but also bundled TV packages and sometimes even telephone service. That's because cable providers leverage the existing underground cable television infrastructure to deliver digital data into your home via a specialty modem, which means they can offer a number of different services at once. So how to choose?

Your first step should be browsing the cable providers that operate near you. Below you'll find a list of the best options for cable internet and TV services across the US with unbiased recommendations to help you compare providers.

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Bright House logoBright House(844) 382-8235Bright House Internet (Standard plan or better) gives you access to over 450,000 FREE WiFi HotSpots nationwide, so you can get online wherever you go!

Bright House provides Fiber, Cable, Television and Phone services.

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FairPoint Communications logoFairPoint Communications(866) 984-2001Delivers fast, customizable internet service plans to residential and commercial customers in 17 states via a combination of fiber and telecommunication technologies.

FairPoint Communications provides Fiber, Cable, DSL, Copper and Fixed Wireless services.

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WideOpenWest logoWideOpenWest(855) 496-9929Whether you are a competitive, online gamer or someone who just likes to browse, shop or get on Facebook, WOW! has the perfect plan for you.

WideOpenWest provides Fiber, Cable, DSL and Television services.

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What Is Cable Internet?

Cable ISPs leverage some of the bandwidth they use to bring people television service to deliver data - thankfully without any noticeable negative impact to the former, in most cases. Cable is an always-on connection, which means that your modem is always in communication with your ISP, and it tends to be faster than DSL because your distance from the service provider isn't an issue. The only drawback of cable internet is that service delivery is sometimes less reliable during peak usage hours, as cable customers local to one another share their bandwidth.

What are the Cable Providers in My Area?

Availability may be the number-one factor in your choice of cable provider, particularly if you live in an underserved or less populated region of the US. Cable internet uses cable lines, so it's only available in areas where cable TV is, too. Your first step in choosing a cable provider for your home or business should be checking out the ISPs that operate near where you live or work.

Why Do People Shop Bundles

Most cable broadband ISPs offer packages that include both internet and television. A few cable providers also offer mobile and phone options. In a lot of cases, there is a discounted subscription price if you bundle your internet, cable TV, and other services. Many customers are surprised to find that buying only one or the other is actually more expensive than choosing a bundled service package.

While bundles are often a great deal - especially for people who love sports or movies - it's important to be aware that some companies' ultra-competitive bundle pricing is valid for a limited time only (e.g., six months or a year), after which time the cost of the bundle goes up. In some cases, customers are able to extend the duration of the promotional pricing just by calling the cable company and speaking with a representative.

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