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Urban Communications

Urban Communications Plans and Pricing

Urban Communications is ranked #45 of the largest provider in the U.S., in terms of availability to customers.

Urban Communications offers Internet service to approximately 3,175,634 people in 37 cities over 2 states.

Urban Communications offers Internet service via the following technologies: Fiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless

Availability Overview

3,175,634

20,714

153

Urban Communications is available in 2 states.

Top 10 cities serviced by Urban Communications

CityMax DownloadMax UploadBroadband TypeCoverage
Tinley Park, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
7.08%
Frankfort, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
12.42%
Country Club Hills, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
15.74%
Crete, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
7.03%
Manhattan, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
5.80%
Monee, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
17.89%
Homer Glen, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
10.11%
Crestwood, IL10 Mbps10 MbpsFiber, Copper and Fixed Wireless
5.27%
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Urban Communications Rankings
Urban Communications offers Wireless, DSL, ISDN, and web access. They cover a substantial portion of Cook County, Will County, DuPage County, Kane County and Winnebago counties in Illinois. The service provider's website offers little, if any, information about its Internet speeds and how they are priced and there is no 24/7 direct customer support line but an email address.
Reliability7
Customer Service2
Pricing2
Ease of Installation6
Account Management1
Technology & Equipment2
Contract Terms5
Rating3
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