Compare All Fiber Providers

When selecting an Internet Provider for your home, one of the first options that you should check for is a Fiber connection. These Internet Connections utilize fiber optic cable that can deliver a much larger amount of data per second, when compared to traditional copper, DSL, and cable connections. These connections are generally classified as 1Gbps speeds meaning equal to or surpassing 1000Mbps, which is more than enough to cover even the most demanding users data needs.

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Compare Fiber Options In Your Area

Verizon Fios Fiber logoVerizon Fios Fiber(855) 679-9701Compare Verizon Fios Internet Plans with speeds up to 1Gbps starting at $39.99/mo.

Verizon Fios Fiber provides Fiber services.

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WOW! logoWOW!(855) 297-3264WOW! is one of the nation’s leading broadband providers, serving residential, business and wholesale customers in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland and the Southeast.

WOW! provides Fiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Television services.

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MetroNet logoMetroNet(855) 782-4501MetroNet offers a 100% fiber optic network that gets delivered directly to your home to ensure the fastest speeds.

MetroNet provides Fiber services.

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EarthLink logoEarthLink(855) 587-1417Get Started with your EarthLink Internet. Check out all the bells and whistles you get to help you make the most out of your EarthLink experience.

EarthLink provides Fiber and DSL services.

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Do I Need Fiber?

Most users do not need speeds this fast and could save on their monthly Internet bill, by opting for a less expensive cable alternative. The individuals, who would benefit the most are those downloading very large files regularly, playing competitive online games, or households with a very large number of devices connected simultaneously. More users will likely opt for this route as data consumption rises with newer technologies like UHD 4K streaming platforms including Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.