Arkansas

Internet Service Providers

Compare Local Plans (AR)

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ISPLowest Price (cheapest plan)Top Speeds (fastest plan)
ATT10 mbps for $60/mo100 mbps for $60/mo
ATT Fiber300 mbps for $60/mo1000 mbps for $80/mo
CenturyLink10 mbps for $50/mo964 mbps for $70/mo
Spectrum300 mbps for $50/mo1 GB for $90/mo
Xfinity60 mbps for $40/mo2000 mbps for $300/mo
Cox100 mbps for $50/mo1 GB for $100/mo
Earthlink3 to 15 mbps for $50 / 60 per mo5 GB for $189 per mo
Windstream50 Mbps for $27/mo1 Gig for $67/mo
CableOne / Sparklight200 mbps for $65/mo1000 mbps for $110/mo
Fidelity mbps for $/mo mbps for $/mo
Google Fiber100 mbps for $50/mo1000 mbps for $160/mo

Satellite

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ISPLowest PriceTop Speeds
Viasat12 Mbps for $5030 Mbps fo $100
HughesNet25 Mbps for $40/mo (promo)25 Mbps for $150/mo w/50GB

ATT 844-383-4450

Basic Internet Plans

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost
.8.4$50
1.51$50
51$50
  • Basic plans are $50 per month
  • $99 install fee
  • 1TB data allowance

These plans are good for email, web surfing, social networking, and small file downloads.

Internet Only Plans

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost
55$60
1010$60
2525$60
5050$60
100100$60
  • Speeds depend on where you live and wiring in your location
  • Plans are $60 per month
  • $99 install fee
  • 1TB data allowance

These plans are better for multiple device usage, streaming video, online gaming, large files, etc

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AT&T Fiber 833-270-5669

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost
300300$55
500500$65
1GB1000$80

Max speed per plan is based on your location.


CenturyLink 855-917-9633

Internet Packages

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
940 (fiber)940$100
100100$50
8080$50
4040$50
2010$50
1510$50
  • Speed varies by location
  • CenturyLink plans are no contract
  • Prices are for lifetime of agreement
  • Purchase or lease a CenturyLink modem, or use your own

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Suddenlink 1-833-920-3138

Gigabit Areas

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
100$75
200$85
400$95
1000$125

Non Gigabit Areas

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
50$75
75$85
100$95
150$115

  • Altice Fiber provides 1 Gig speeds.
  • 24/7 customer support.
  • built in Wi-Fi

Stores located in Arkadelphia, Batesville, Cabot, El Dorado, Heber Springs, Helena, Hot Springs Village, Jonesboro, Magnolia, Malvern, Mt Home, Pocahontas, Russellville

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Spectrum 1-833-826-1164

Spectrum Internet

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
300 (no data caps)$50
500(Internet Ultra upgrade)$70
1 GB(Internet Gig upgrade)$90

  • Advanced WiFi option lets you control what devices get wifi
  • Cable connection
  • Free modem
  • Contract free plan
  • No data caps


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Xfinity 855-401-5362

Xfinity Internet

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
602 (Performance)$40
2505 (Blast!)$60
40010 (Extreme Pro)$80
100035 (Gigabit)$90
20002K (Gigabit Pro)$300

  • Minimum 1 year agreement required
  • Equipment and installation fees

Service centers in Little Rock, North Little Rock, West Memphis (Crittenden & Pulaski county).

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Cox 1-855-791-4148

Gen5 Service Plans

down (GB)up (GB)cost (GB)
1003$50
25010$60
50030$80
1 GB35$100

  • 1 year commitment
  • installation & equipment fees not included
  • includes wi-fi hotspots and security.

Cox Solutions Stores or dealers located in Bentonville, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Harrison, Rogers & Siloam Springs (Washington, Sebastian, Boone & Benton County).

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Earthlink 1-833-601-5693

Internet Packages

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
3 to 15 Mbps1.0 Mbps$49.95 to 59.95
18 to 30 Mbps1.5 Mbps$59.95
40 to 80 Mbps40 Mbps$59.95 to $79.95
100 to 115 Mbps *100 Mbps$59.95 to $79.95
200 to 500 Mbps500 Mbps$69.95 to $89.95
1 Gb1Gb$89.95
2 Gb2 Gb$19.95
5 Gb5 Gb$189.95
  • * Most popular plan
  • All speeds are dependent on serviceability at physical address—speeds vary by distance.
  • 24/7 Customer support via phone or chat
  • 12 month commitment
  • Router Rental: $12.95/month
  • Professional Installation: $79.95 one-time fee

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Windstream 855-908-9127

High Speed Internet

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
50#$27
200#$37
400fiber$47
500fiber$57
1000fiber$67

  • No contract required for internet only plans.
  • Modem and installation fees apply.

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CableOne / Sparklight

Internet Packages

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
20020$45 / 65
30030$80
50040$90
1 GB50$110
  • No contracts
  • Can service up to 50 devices depending on plan
  • Need to have a DOCSIS 3.1 modem
  • Modem lease required with WI-FI

Service available in Fouke & Texarkana.

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Fidelity Communications

Internet Packages

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
5050$45
100100$70
10001000$100
  • Second year rates may vary
  • Free wi-fi
  • Price includes free install and no contract

Service areas include Alexander, Bauxite, Beebe, Benton, Bryant, Cherokee Village, Hardy, Haskell, Hensley, Highland, Little Rock, Mabelvale, Mammoth Springs, Maumelle, North Little Rock, Pulaski & Shannon Hills.

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GoogleFiber

Fiber Plans

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
100100$50
10001000$70
100 + TV100$140
1000 + TV1000$160

  • Includes home Wi-Fi
  • No contracts or installation fees
  • 24/7 customer service

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Viasat Satellite (855) 242-8953

Metered broadband

download speed (Mbps)high speed data (GB)cost
1240 GB$50 / $70
2560 GB$70 / $100
50300 GB$200 / $300
50150 GB$150 / $200
50100 GB$100 / $150

  • 2 yr contract
  • First price shown is for first 3 months (promo)
  • After high speed data limit is used, you still get access to standard data (slower)

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HughesNet 833-270-5638

Internet Only Plans

download speed (Mbps)high speed data (GB)cost
2515 GB$65
2530 GB$75
2545 GB$110
2575 GB$160

  • 2 year commitment
  • lease or purchase equipment
  • includes wi-fi.

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Broadband in Arkansas
The state government of Arkansas recently created a goal to bring high speed broadband networks to all rural communities by 2022. Called the State Broadband Plan, it will utilize federal funding to create new lines and access infrastructure to previously underserved towns and areas. Arkansas is on one the least connected states and internet connectivity, especially for schools, has become a priority. Some of the least connected counties of the state include Calhoun, Newton, Stone, and Van Buren counties. A new law will soon allow small towns and cities to develop their own broadband networks, so long as they have a grant to do so. Specifically it is a repeal of The Telecommunications Regulatory 9 Reform Act of 1997. This development is partially a result of poor connectivity throughout the state. Lawmakers now realize that citizens need high speed internet in order to work.