Don’t get overworked searching for an internet provider in Austin, we’ve researched the many options and come up with a list of the best three:
Spectrum is the top choice in Austin because it has the fastest speeds and also presents customers with the most choice. If you want super-fast, 1000 Mbps internet for $100 a month, you can have it. But if you want 100 Mbps for just $49.99/month, you can have that too.
Spectrum also offers several TV and phone bundles, helping you increase the value of your subscription and get less for more.
AT&T does something very similar, but it’s high-speed AT&T Fiber network is only available in about 37 percent of the city, forcing the rest of Austin to go for the slower yet still adequate 100 Mbps DSL connection that is standard for AT&T internet.
In addition, AT&T offers a wide range of bundles that allow you to access either U-verse TV or even DirectTV for only $89.99/month. If you’re already in the market for a cable TV company, this deal is almost too good to let up.
Lastly, AT&T is available almost across the entire city; 98 percent of homes, to be exact.
#3 Google Fiber
The third name on this list could compete for the top spots if it were more widely available. Google Fiver delivers no-frills, very fast internet to its customers’ homes – about 1000 Mbps – for $70/month.
This is by far the cheapest price for this type of connection. You can also get 100 Mbps for just $50/month.
However, Google Fiber is only available to 36 percent of Austin residents, which keeps it from competing with the other major internet providers in the region.
Overall, there’s no shortage of quality internet providers in Austin. Choose one of the three from the list, or shop around to see what’s best in your specific area, but be confident you will find something that matches your needs and your budget.