Verizon offers Fios internet plans without forcing you into a cable TV bundle. Affordable high-speed internet is a must with so many people relying on dependable internet access for both work and school. Download speeds on Fios plans range from 200 Mbps to a Gig and start around $40 per month. Right now, they will [Continue Reading]
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Comcast announced they are introducing monthly data caps to most of the country in January. Currently, Comcast has a 1.2 terabyte monthly data allowance in 27 of the states they service. However, starting in January 2021, every state Comcast provides Xfinity high-speed internet in will now be subject to the data cap. How Does The Data Cap [Continue Reading]
Did you know wireless carrier T-Mobile offers high-speed internet access to over 20 million households in the U.S? This provides internet access to families living in rural areas and provides a little competition to areas with only 1 internet provider. What Is T-Mobile Home Internet T-Mobile home internet takes the same LTE technology to provide [Continue Reading]
AT&T fiber internet-only plans offer speeds fast enough to stream all your favorite TV and movies. AT&T offers affordable home internet-only service plans without forcing you into a TV bundle. AT&T’s Fiber Optic internet is known as AT&T U-Verse internet, and it’s the best home internet they offer if you intend to cut cable TV. [Continue Reading]
If you live in the populated parts of New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Delaware, Connecticut, and Washington D.C., you are likely able to choose between Verizon Fios Internet and Comcast Xfinity Internet. Comcast’s Xfinity provides high-speed internet to over 27 million U.S. customers in 39 states and Washington, D.C. In 2005 Verizon made a push [Continue Reading]
Comcast has caught on to the fact that people want to watch TV shows when and where they want. To do this, they only need an internet connection. To that end, Comcast is offering affordable home internet-only plans to potential customers all over the country. Xfinity Internet Plans Comcast has branded it’s high-speed internet offerings as [Continue Reading]
We understand that in order to cut the cord on cable and use streaming services and other cable TV alternatives, you will need reliable internet access. In some cases, you may have to use the same company currently delivering TV to your house for internet access. However, we are trying to save you money here. [Continue Reading]
Cox cable offers standalone internet only plans that will allow you to cut the cord and stream all the TV and movies you need. This will allow you to break out of the bundle and save yourself a lot of cash. Cox High-Speed Internet Deals and Promotions Cox has expanded relief offerings to support residential [Continue Reading]
The average family’s TV and internet bill is by far their most expensive utility bill at an average of over $200 per month. Today I’m going to go step by step on saving money using Comcast Xfinity. I intend to go screen by screen showing you things you can do to save money when ordering [Continue Reading]
I recently moved into a new office and need to purchase a wifi router. While my home network uses Google’s wifi Mesh routers, I didn’t want to shell out hundreds of dollars getting a wifi network up and running at my office. If you go online and look at some of the recommended routers from the [Continue Reading]