There are many different internet providers in San Antonio. Almost too many. Here are the three we’ve chosen as the best after reviewing all the different options.
Without a doubt, the best internet provider in San Antonio is Spectrum. It offers a wide range of service plans so that you can be sure you’re getting what you need and sticking to your budget. Most plans come with a 100 Mbps connection and cable TV, and these cost anywhere from $89/month to $144 per month.
If you just want internet, you can spend $49.99/month on a 100 Mbps plan, or you can get 1000 Mbps for $109.99/month.
Furthermore, in San Antonio, Spectrum does not have data limits, meaning you can surf and stream as much as you want and never need to worry about running out of data.
This is another great option if you are looking to bundle your cable and internet. AT&T runs both U-Verse and DirecTV, and you can combine this service with internet to get great value.
However, AT&T’s best internet service, Fiber, is still only available in about 50 percent of San Antonio homes. Its basic service is much more widespread, but it’s much slower.
But if you happen to fall into its service area, you can find great deals that will connect you to excellent service at a high-value price.
Earthlink also only services about 50 percent of the San Antonio market, but it’s a great option for those who aren’t interested in bundling cable with their internet.
Basic plans, which give you around 15 Mbps connection speeds, are just $25 per month, and high-speed plans, with speeds up to 1000 Mbps are $100 per month. For those looking for something in between, Hyperlink 200 (Mbps) is $80 a month.
Earthlink provides DSL service, which runs through the phones, but you don’t need to have a phone for it to work.
While you will surely find more options, these three stand out as the best and should be where you start your search for an internet provider in San Antonio.