A vibrant border community with a rich past, El Paso has so many internet providers to choose from that you can easily get overwhelmed. We’ve narrowed this big list down to three, so take a look and happy shopping.
Spectrum’s service reaches more than 99 percent of El Paso, and it is also the fastest and most reliable option in the region.
Using a cable connection, average speeds on the Spectrum network regularly reach 100 Mbps, and you also have the option to upgrade to gigabit (1000 Mbps) speed if you need it.
In addition, being a full-service telecommunications company, Spectrum offers some exciting bundles that will make it easier for you save on all your monthly bills.
A close second to Spectrum, connections provided by AT&T to El Paso residents average out at about 70 Mbps, which is certainly fast enough to satisfy most people’s needs.
AT&T also offers bundle packages that can unlock enticing savings on services such as U-verse and DirecTV.
However, for those looking for an even faster connection, you need to hope you fall within AT&T Fiber’s service area. This connection can get you to gigabit speed, but it’s only available to about 27 percent of El Paso residents. This might change, and so might AT&T’s spot on this list.
We like Earthlink because it provides a very stable internet connection at an affordable price, albeit connection speeds are considerably slower. The average is around 20-30 Mbps, with the maximum being about 100 Mbps.
But if you think this will be enough, which for most people it is, definitely consider going with Earthlink and saving some coin.
Overall, El Paso has some healthy competition in the internet provider space, which means more options and more savings for consumers. Take a look at the three on this list and finding what you need should be pretty quick and easy.