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Number of Providers 2 2 neutral marker0%8 down arrow-75%
Total Number of Packages Offered 19 19 neutral marker0%275 down arrow-93.09%
Avg. Packages per Provider 10 10 neutral marker0%34 down arrow-70.59%
Package Price Range $33.00 - $74.99 $33.00 - $74.99 neutral marker0%$24.95 - $150.75 up arrow13.23%
Avg. Package Price $54.00 $54.00 neutral marker0%$47.69 up arrow13.23%
Promotions Currently Available 0 0 neutral marker0%16 down arrow-100%
Avg. Length of Promotion 0 days 0 days neutral marker0%403 days down arrow-100%

Are you interested in seeing how Marietta high-speed internet service measures up to the rest of the country? The data above gives consumers information on averages for Marietta high-speed internet providers, prices, promotions and packages in addition to information on how those figures compare with nationwide averages. The above data is refreshed on a regular basis to ensure that the averages are as accurate as they can be.

Today, you will find 2 high-speed internet providers in Marietta, GA. Each of them offer internet packages typically which range in cost from $33.00 - $74.99.

If you would like additional info about Marietta high-speed internet promotional and price averages be sure to take a look at the comprehensive report above. Should you want to get details on various types of high-speed internet options available read on the article directly below.

Cable Internet Providers and Services

Cable broadband internet services use a cable TV connection to supply individuals with high speed internet accessibility. In order to make the link there's a cable modem for the clients end with a cable modem termination system at the cable provider's end. The gap from the termination system and modem may be around 100 miles with basically no issues occurring.

Cable high speed internet can function at approximately 30 Mbps, even so certain cable modems could possibly limit the volume of info getting transmitted. Moreover, if you use cable high speed internet services you share bandwidth with other clients. The network monitor makes certain that bandwidth is allocated proficiently to ensure service doesn't become sluggish in hours when overall usage hits higher levels.

You can find plenty ofservice provider options for cable high speed internet. Comcast, Time Warner and Cox Communications are all major cable internet service providers throughout the majority of the country.

Look into the availability of cable high-speed internet service in your area - phonethe toll-free phone number above or type your address within the protected form to learn more.

DSL Broadband internet Providers and Services

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) high-speed internet services transfer info by using a copper phone line. In contrast to dial-up services, DSL works on frequencies which are not used for generating telephone calls by splitting the line into two - one for calls and the other for internet usage.

Digital subscriber connections run from a large centralized location along to clients. This usually limits DSL distribution to a short range of a couple of miles from the centralized location, though a few lines can run up to 5 miles in length. This factor also affects the specific download and upload speeds.

The great news is that little to no infrastructure is involved and it's a genuine high-speed internet service that transmits data at a rate around 10Mbps. DSL may also deliver better dependability and security than some other options as it is being supplied by a phone line that often is not shared.

Leading DSL companies include Verizon and AT&T. You'll be able to locate DSL options from ISPs near you by entering your address within the box above.

Satellite Internet Services

Satellite high speed internet services use orbiting satellites to obtain and transfer broadband data between a satellite company and it's customers. Though the download and upload speeds qualify as broadband, because data must journey to the satellite and back over many miles users can sometimes experience signal delays of about 1-2 seconds.

Despite the potential for brief delays, satellite high-speed internet can provide data at 5Mbps. Satellite high speed internet is a good choice for those wanting high-speed internet in outlying areas where other internet services aren't available.

AT&T and the Dish Network are both major providers of satellite high speed internet services. See if satellite high speed internet services are located in your area by entering your address within the box above.

Fiber Optic Broadband internet Services and Providers

Fiber Optic is the most recent and fastest way to carry internet into the home. Networks of fiber optic cables can deliver internet up to twenty five times faster than other high-speed options and provide an incredibly dependable connection to the internet. This is due to the fact that fiber optic wiring is more durable than other connections and is not affected by static, noise or storms.

For anyone in search of the fastest high-speed internet access fiber optic is the solution to use. Fiber optic networks are famous for their ability to transfer data at rates as high as 50 Mbps. At present, AT&T and Comcast provide fiber optic/copper hybrid services but 100 percent fiber optic high-speed internet services are only available through Verizon FiOS. They began offering fiber optic high speed internet services in 2006 and are continuously increasing their service areas.

See whether fiber optic high speed internet services are located in your neighborhood - call the toll free phone number above for personal assistance or input your address in the safe search form.