How We Provide Value
Internet-Options.net provides a straightforward overview of internet plans in your area, organized by state. This may sound overly simplistic, but have you ever visited and internet service provider website while looking for service? Most of the time it is impossible to find a the simple facts about their plans: what they cost and how much bandwidth you get.Example of why I hate ISP websites:
Promotions for bundling services dominate the website real estate, and it can be very hard to see what the actual options are. My personal pet peeve is when no plan information is front and center, yet you have to take the time to enter your address and personal information just to see what is available in your area. What you will find on our service provider pages is just the data you need to make a decision.
Believe it or not we have actually been around for a long time. You may recall our original site www.all-free-isp.com which was started back in 1999. At that time, we created a useful guide to finding free a ISP based on your area code. Back then you get decent service for free.
Unfortunately, the features and quality of service available from free internet service providers has drastically declined. Many of the best free ISPs went out of business or started charging for their service. Those that still offer free internet access often have reliability problems and have established strict usage limits that only allow a minimal amount of surfing each month.
Fast forward to the present. We still provide local options for internet access, but now we focus on major service providers that offer multiple broadband connection options. Whether you are looking for the cheapest option for basic web surfing, the fastest speeds for gaming and streaming, or just multiple wifi hotspots for you home, we provide comparisons of service providers in each area.
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