Top Internet Service Providers

Broadband is high speed internet service providing high rate of data transmission. Dialup modems are generally capable of providing a maximum 56 kbps connection speed and require the full use of a telephone line. With Dialup it is difficult to download large file or open email attachments. In contrast, Broadband Internet makes it easy to view video files, download large files and play online games.

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Top 10 Internet Providers

# ISP Service Price
1 AT&T DSL $19.95 to $34.95
2 AT&T U-verse $29.95 to $64.95
3 Verizon DSL $19.99 to $29.99
4 Verizon FiOS $54.99 to $284.99
5 Comcast Cable $29.99 to $114.95
6 Time Warner Cable $14.99 to $64.99
7 CenturyLink DSL $19.95 to $24.95
8 Charter Cable $29.99
9 Cox Cable $34.99 to $79.99
10 HughesNet Satellite $49.99 to $129.99


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Nationwide Top Internet Providers

Nationwide ISPs Customer Base
    AT&T (17.8 million broadband customers)

    Verizon (9.1 million broadband connections)

    CenturyLink (6.0 million broadband customers)

    Comcast (20.7 million high speed internet customers)

    Time Warner (11.5 million high-speed internet subscribers)

    Charter (4.4 million residential Internet customers)

    Cox (3.9 million High Speed Internet customers)

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