My Internet Service Provider is Time Warner Cable.
It is a broadband fiber optic cable
with download speed measured at 11.78 Mbps
and upload speed measured at 0,49 Mbps.
This was through my wireless router.


Verizon FiOS is estimated at $55 per month. While this service is not available in all areas, Verizon's FiOS fiber-optic network gets the highest customer satisfaction, reliability, and speed scores in major surveys. For $55 per month, you get downstream speeds rated at up to 15Mbps which compared with typical DSL speeds of 3 Mbps to 7 Mbps and faster still downstream speeds of up to 50 Mbps (Estimated at $140 per month) are available. It comes with nine email accounts, Wi-Fi access, and 24/7 customer support. The upshot is that if FiOS is available in your area, it's easily the best Internet service provider. Prices are less if bundled with FiOS voice and video service. (reference: Comsumer Search - http://www.consumersearch.com/isp)


AT&T DSL starts at estimated $20 per month. If you don't need the fastest available speeds, AT&T's DSL plans deliver respectable performance at prices that beat most broadband ISPs. The company's least expensive DSL plan has a maximum downstream speed of just 768Kbps, but that's still 15 times faster than a dial-up connection. Included with the plan are Wi-Fi access, a dial-up account, and 11 email accounts. If you need more speed, DSL plans up to 6 Mbps downstream (Estimated at $40 per month) are available. Introductory programs for new subscribers can cut costs considerably, especially on AT&T's more expensive plans. Other perks, such as a free modem or gateway and free Internet security protection, are also available on some plans. AT&T service in the Southeast scores slightly higher than the service elsewhere in the country in some surveys, but once introductory rates expire, they cost a few dollars more as well. If you don't have AT&T phone service, costs go up $5 across the board. (reference: Comsumer Search - http://www.consumersearch.com/isp)


Wow! Cable is estimated at $40 per month. If you live in the Midwest, you may be in a Wow! cable Internet service area. For $40 per month, you get a downstream speed of 2 Mbps. If you want a speedier connection you can pay $60 per month for 8 Mbps. Users get 10MB of web space and five email accounts. Wow! is notable for its high customer satisfaction ratings in surveys, especially in the areas of reliability, customer service and, technical support. (reference: Comsumer Search - http://www.consumersearch.com/isp)


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