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Search our database of broadband internet providers near you by zip code. Compare pricing, features, speed and find the best deal and the fastest internet in your area.

Things to Consider When Choosing an Internet Provider

  • Speed & Stability –  What good is having a great deal on broadband internet if it isn’t fast enough for your needs? We’ve compiled the data necessary to help you make a decision. Do you play online games or stream 4K video often? You’ll want the fastest internet possible.
  • Price & Value –  We want the fastest internet available in our area but when we have the choice, we want a deal as well. Prices and deal packages vary by area so we’ll help you find the best options in your zip code.
  • Data Caps (if applicable) – Some internet providers are starting to “cap” the amount of data you’re able to use each month. For most of us, the caps are high enough (1TB or higher) that we won’t be affected. But some cord cutters do a lot of streaming in HD, 4K or otherwise. You may hit that limit and have to pay additional fees. Check your current internet bill to get an idea of how much data you currently use and compare it to the caps we’ll show you.
  • Access to a Cable TV Bundle – Perhaps you prefer the simplicity and savings that come with a cable/internet bundle. After your Zip Code search, we’ll show you which ISPs offer cable options.

Compare the Fastest Internet Plans in Your Zip Code

Here are the primary internet providers by zip code along with the largest cities they cover:

Provider Main Metro Areas
AT&T Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, Houston, TX, San Antonio, TX, San Diego, CA, Dallas, TX, San Jose, CA, Indianapolis, IN
XFINITY (Comcast) Chicago, IL, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, San Jose, CA, San Francisco, CA, Jacksonville, FL, Memphis, TN, Denver, CO
Verizon New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, PA, Boston, MA, Virginia Beach, VA, Baltimore, MD, Richmond, VA
Time Warner Cable Spectrum New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, San Antonio, TX, Dallas, TX, Austin, TX, Charlotte, NC, Columbus, OH, El Paso, TX
CenturyLink Phoenix, AZ, Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, Portland, OR, Las Vegas, NV, Albuquerque, NM, Minneapolis, MN, Tucson, AZ
Frontier Communications Los Angeles, CA, Long Beach, CA, Fort Wayne, IN, Tampa, FL, Rochester, NY, Plano, TX, San Bernardino, CA, Whittier, CA
Charter Spectrum Fort Worth, TX, Long Beach, CA, Saint Louis, MO, Riverside, CA, Madison, WI, Reno, NV, Glendale, CA, Montgomery, AL
Cox Communications Phoenix, AZ, San Diego, CA, Las Vegas, NV, Oklahoma City, OK, Omaha, NE, Tucson, AZ, Virginia Beach, VA, Mesa, AZ

 

Click on a city to learn more about coverage in your area.

Broadband Internet Coverage by County (Cable & Fiber)

Which Broadband Internet Service is Fastest in my ZipCode?

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ISP (Internet Service Provider) Zip Code Search FAQs

Do I have to enter my Zip Code?

No. You can browse our list of popular cities with reliable internet. But because internet providers determine service areas by zip codes we encourage you to search using your zip code. This allows us to pair you with ISPs that we know, for sure will get broadband internet to your home.  Here are the high speed internet offerings in several major metropolitan areas if you’d rather browse ISPs that way:

Are Internet Services Available in my Zip Code?

Use the search feature above and you’ll be redirected to a page with information exclusively for your zip code and the internet providers that are available there.

Why are there only one or two ISPs in my Zip Code?

Some regions, particular rural areas are only serviced by a small number, or even a singular provider. Most Internet companies and even the US government have plans to expand internet services to rural areas but as of now, this is the data we all have on whether or not these ISPs will be able to get internet to your zip code.

Which Zip Codes have the fastest internet in the Nation?

Will these ISPs always be available in my Zip Code?

Not necessarily but the trend is for service expansion into new areas. The fastest internet providers in your zip code want you as a customer and want access to potential customers in your area.