If you’re going to stand a chance in next year’s BBQ competition, you need to start researching ingredients now. Don’t let your internet fail you in your quest for glory by choosing one of the three best providers in Kansas City.
With average speeds of over of around 112 Mbps, AT&T is the fastest internet in Kansas City. And if you happen to live in the 11 percent of the city that has access to AT&T Fiber, you could get an even faster connection. We’re talking up to 1000 Mbps.
AT&T is also a nice option because you can bundle your internet with cable (either U-verse of DirecTV) and really save on both.
While Spectrum users theoretically have access to gigabit-speed (1000 Mbps) average connection velocity is slightly slower than that offered by AT&T. As a result, Spectrum falls into second on our list.
However, with average speeds regularly hovering around 105 Mbps, you will not be disappointed with what Spectrum offers you.
Spectrum is also available in most of the city, so a good thing to do would be to compare it with AT&T and see if you can negotiate a better deal.
Despite being the top provider in many cities around the country, Xfinity is relegated to third place in Kansas City because its only available to about six percent of the population. However, with average speeds of 175 Mbps and max speeds of 1000 Mbps, it’s definitely an option worth considering for those who fall into the service area.
There’s no shortage of quality internet providers in Kansas City. Start your shopping with these three and you will have no trouble finding a plan that provides you with the service you need for your home.