Internet Service Providers or ISPs come in many varieties; each able to offer special advantages compared to the other in services. Three in no particular order or significance include AT&T, Time Warner Cable, and CenturyLink. They all offer plans that provide levels of service.

Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable offers three kinds of plans from their homepage: one is a basic TV plan costing $29.99. Second is a basic internet plan for $29.99. And third is a TV and internet plan for $89.99. The speeds they offer range from 10 to 20 Mbps.


AT&T offers four plans named: Max Turbo, Max Plus, Max, and Elite. Max Turbo Costs $63/month and offers 24 Mbps. Max Plus offers 18 Mbps for the price of $53/month. The Max package is priced at $48/month and offers 12 Mbps. Their cheapest plan is Elite, offering 6 Mbps at the price of $43/month


CenturyLink also has four plans, but only says that prices start as low as $19.95 per month for 5 years. The four speeds they are offering are 1.5, 7, 25, and 40 Mbps.

Over all, these plans have basic comparable prices for the speeds they offer. They also have many other features to draw in new potential customers. Take a look and see for yourself:

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