Since LA is the second largest market in the country, finding an internet provider can be hard. There are so many options! To get you started, here are the three best:
As the only internet provider that services all of Los Angeles, Spectrum was an easy choice for the top spot on this list.
However, it’s not just that it’s the most widely available that sets it apart. Spectrum has a great product, mainly its bundles, which allow you to get both cable and high-speed internet (up to 100 Mbps) for between $100 and $140 per month, which is a great value. Those who just want internet can get connected for just $50 per month.
In addition, Spectrum also offers premium connections with speeds up to 1000 Mbps, the fastest available to consumers.
A close competitor to Spectrum, AT&T also offers a wide range of plans and packages. Basic internet (speeds up to 100 Mbps) costs around $50 a month, and you can get fiber-optic connections that deliver connections of up to 1000 Mbps for around $100 a month.
AT&T also offers a wide range of bundles that allow you to get additional services for a lower cost, raising the overall value of your subscription.
However, AT&T is not available across LA. About 10 percent of the region won’t have it as an option.
A household name in internet since the early days, Earthlink still offers a great product at a great price. Using a DSL connection, Earthlink can hook you up to 100 Mbps for around $50, or, if you can access their fiber network, you can get 1,000 Mbps for $99.95.
One downside is that Earthlink is only available in 75 percent of homes in the region, and there are also no bundles available since Earthlink only does internet. But this makes it a great option for cord-cutters or those who use free, antennae TV.
There are many more choices you can explore, but these three are far and away the best and are good places to start your search for an internet provider..