With so many choices, shopping for internet in Denver can be overwhelming. So, we’ve researched the many options and created a list of the best three:
Xfinity makes it to the top of our list because they offer the fastest internet connections to the whole city. Just over 98 percent of Denver can access Xfinity, and connection speeds can reach up to 1000 Mbps, the fastest there is.
In addition, Xfinity customers can opt for less speed to save, and they can also bundle their internet with their cable and phone to get even more out of the money they spend on utilities.
You will have lots of options in Denver, but don’t let your search progress too far without first checking Xfinity.
Although it uses a DSL connection, which some consider to be a bit out-of-date, CenturyLink still delivers its customers adequate speeds – the average is about 100 Mbps – for general home use, which includes streaming videos and music and downloading files.
CenturyLink is building a fiber-optic network, which is right now available to just under half the city, that delivers speeds of up to 1000 Mbps, but this is not available to the whole city.
In general, you aren’t likely to be disappointed with CenturyLink, and they should be considered a viable option in your search.
As it’s only available to about 41 percent of city residents, it’s hard to put Directlink too high up on the list. However, it does offer connection speeds of up to 250 Mbps, which is pretty impressive for a smaller provider.
This is a good option for those looking for an alternative to the “big guys,” but only go with them if you are sure you don’t need the speed boost offered by one of the larger companies on this list.
Here are the three best internet providers in Denver, though most of you will probably be forced to narrow your choice to two based on where you live. But do so confidently, for the options you have are still more than adequate.