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Orlando Telephone Company

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Orlando Telephone Company is ranked #72 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

Orlando Telephone Company offers Internet service to approximately 2,015,201 people in 44 cities over 1 states.

Orlando Telephone Company offers Internet service via the following technologies: Fiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper

Orlando Telephone Company is available in 1 state.

Top 10 cities serviced by Orlando Telephone Company

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Orlando, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Kissimmee, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Clermont, FL100 Mbps7 MbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Estero, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Naples, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Marco Island, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Mount Dora, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Goldenrod, FL100 Mbps7 MbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Windermere, FL1 Gbps1 GbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper
Bay Lake, FL100 Mbps100 MbpsFiber, Cable Internet, DSL and Copper

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