Vermont

Internet Service Providers

Compare Local Plans (VT)

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ISPLowest PriceTop Speeds
Spectrum100 mbps for $45/mo940 mbps for $105/mo
Xfinity60 mbps for $40/mo2000 mbps for $300/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

Spectrum 1-833-826-1164

Spectrum Internet

down (mbps)up (mbps)cost (mbps)
100 (no data caps)$45
400(Internet Ultra upgrade)$70
940(Internet Gig upgrade)$105

  • *Internet is only $45/month if you are a new customer, and the promotion ends after a year. After that, Internet from Charter Spectrum is $70/month.
  • Cable connection.
  • Free modem
  • Contract free plan


Corporate store located in Barre

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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 Rutland, South Burlington.

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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 Vermont
The average broadband connection speed in Vermont is 27.5 Mbps, with 16 percent of the population either underserved or lacking reliable access to the service. Act 41 of 2015 established the Division for Telecommunications and Connectivity, giving it the mandate to oversee the utilization of broadband development grants to provide connectivity in Vermont’s remotest locations. The Connectivity Initiative remains the chief state program facilitating broadband development, with grants awarded to service providers willing to extend coverage to designated areas.