The hub of South Florida and the gateway to the Caribbean, Miami is a bustling, cosmopolitan city. Here are the top three internet providers in the area:
AT&T offers cable, DSL, and fiber optic internet to more than 95 percent of the homes in Miami. This means you can easily choose the speed and the price you want.
For those who want the best, you can get 1000 Mbps for $70/month, or you can bundle a slower but not slow connection (100 Mbps) with cable and get both for $89.99 a month. There are also intermediate plans that give you around 300 Mbps for $50.
All of these options combined with the quality and reliability of AT&T internet make it the best option for an internet service provider in Miami.
If you’re looking for even more choice, Xfinity offers five different internet plans with speeds ranging from 25 Mbps ($20/month) to 1000 Mbps ($80/month). This allows you to find the best one for you and only pay for exactly what you want and need.
Xfinity is also a good option if you want cable and/or phone service. You can build a bundle around your needs and get additional services for little or no additional cost.
Xfinity’s reach is slightly smaller than AT&T’s, but it is still available to more than 90 percent of Miami.
For those not interested in bundling or who don’t need super-fast internet, Earthlink is a great option. You can get very basic connections (15 Mbps or less) for $24.95/month, or you can opt for their Hyperlink fiber-optic service and get up to 1000 Mbps for $100 a month. There are also several plans in between to help you find what you need.
However, while basic Earthlink service is available to 75 percent of Miami, it’s high-speed connections are only accessible by about 25 percent of the region.
With so many options to choose from, know that these three are going to deliver the internet you need at a price you can afford.