If you live in St. Paul and are in the market for internet, the amount of choices you have can make things overwhelming. To help you, we’ve done a bunch of reviews and narrowed the list to three.
Considering the quality, reliability, and availability of Xfinity internet in St. Paul, it’s impossible not to put it at the top of this list.
Average connection speeds are around 100 Mbps, which is more than enough for most of us, but you also have the option to upgrade to gigabit speed (1000 Mbps) if you need, and we like companies that give people so many options.
You’ll also have the chance to bundle your internet with cable TV or phone, which allows you to access more overall savings.
CenturyLink’s basic internet package, which delivers connection speeds up to 140 Mbps but more like 80 Mbps, is good and accessible for it to be in the running for the top spot on this list.
However, only about 20 percent of residents have the option of upgrading to gigabit speed, and we would like to see this offered to more people.
But since CenturyLink also offers bundles, we recommend you consider it if you fall within its coverage area and are happy with the speeds it offers.
Earthlink connections are not fast enough to make it higher up on this list, but they are certainly adequate. Average speeds are around 20 Mbps, but some of you may get up to 100 Mbps. In some areas, you can get a fiber-optic connection and access even higher speeds.
But Earthlink is really best for those looking for a solid connection that gets the job done but that also doesn’t cost a fortune.
When searching for internet in St. Paul, we recommend starting with these three companies as this will give you the best chance of finding what you need as efficiently as possible.