High Speed Internet Providers I decided to do some research on some ISP's and find out all of the different plans and the cost of the plans that they each offer. The three different companies that I'm going to disicuss are ATT, Verizon, and WOW.

ATT offers four different internet packages. ATT Pro, Elite, Max, and Max Plus. ATT Pro gives you a downstream speed of up to 3 Mbps, which is the speed that you can download a file. It costs $14.95 a month which is a pretty reasonable price. With ATT pro you can email, download music, do social networking, and share photos. Another Internet package that they offer is ATT Elite. ATT Elite gives you a downstream speed of up to 6 Mbps. It would cost you $19.95 a month which is a little bit more than ATT Pro. With ATT Elite, in addition to all of the things that Pro offers, you can do Internet gaming, and you can watch TV and videos. The next step up from Elite is ATT Max. ATT Max offers you up to 12 Mbps of downstream speed. It's going to end up costing $24.95 a month. So, it is a little on the expensive side, but it offers more features than ATT Pro or Elite does. You can also do Web Conferencing and upload and e-mail large files. The last one I'm going to talk about is the fastest internet service that ATT U-verse offers. It's called ATT Max Plus. ATT Max plus offers you downstream speeds of up to 16 Mbps. The service costs $29.95, which I think is way too expensive. But, in addition to all of the things that you can do with U-verse Max, you can also download movies and watch streaming video. So, it offers all of the features of U-verse internet, but I think that you would still be pretty happy if you got ATT Max.

WOW offers four different high speed internet speeds. They offer a 2 Mbps download speed, a 15Mbps download speed, a 30 Mbps download speed, and a 50 Mbps download speed. For the 2 Mbps speed, it's going to cost you $40 dollars a month. With the 2Mbps internet you can check email, listen to music, and play games. For the 15 Mbps internet speed, you would have to pay $50 a month and you can download pictures, music, check email, and you can watch some videos. The next speed that WOW offers is the 30 Mbps speed. If you want to upgrade to this speed you would have to pay $70 dollars a month. In addition to all of the things that you can do with the 15 Mbps speed, you get a router, and a WOW! Security Antivirus protection software. The fastest speed that WOW offers is the 50 Mbps speed. This internet package is going to cost you $90 dollars a month. With the 50 Mbps internet, you can share large files, play a ton of games, watch a ton of videos, check alot of e-mail, and listen to unlimited music. In addition to that you get a router, and WOW Security for protection against spam and viruses. But, I wouldn't want to pay $90 a month to do all of that.

The last company that I decided to research is Verizon. Verizon offers five different internet plans. They offer a good internet speed, a better internet speed, a best internet speed, a best+streaming internet speed, and an ultimate internet speed. With the Good internet speed, have a 15 Mbps download speed and you can download songs and check e-mail with it. It would end up costing you $70 a month. The Better internet speed gives you download speeds 50 Mbps. You can download songs, upload photos, check e-mail, and watch videos. This internet plan costs $80 a month. The next plan is called the best internet plan. With this plan you get 75 Mbps download speed, and you can download songs, upload photos, watch movies, and check e-mail. It would end up costing $90 a month. The next plan is called the Best+Streaming plan. The Best+Streaming plan gives you 150 Mbps download speeds and you can check e-mail, watch videos, play games, listen to music, and surf the web. This plan costs $100 a month. The last plan that Verizon offers is the Ultimate plan. You get an amazing 300 Mbps download speed, and you can do all of the things from the Best+Streaming plan plus even more. But, it would end up costing $210 a month.

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