ISPs and their offers

The first ISP I looked up was roadrunner internet. Roadrunner is the current provider of my internet service and has done a really good job of doing that so far. Roadrunner internet provides 4 different internet bundles with varying services. The first bundle they provide is the standard internet bundle, which includes a bandwidth of up to 10 Mbps. The second plan is called the "Turbo Internet" plan, which provides a bandwidth of 20 Mbps. Their third plan is called the "Extreme Internet" plan and includes bandwidth up to 30 Mbps. Roadrunner's final plan is called "Ultimate Internet" and include a bandwidth of 50 Mbps.

The second ISP I looked up was ATT. ATT provides 5 different bundles for internet. The first bundle the provide is called "Pro", which has a bandwidth of 3 Mbps at a cost of $38 per month. The second bundle they offer is called "Elite", which has a bandwidth of 6 Mbps at a cost of $43 per month. The third bundle they offer is called "Max", which has a bandwidth of 12 Mbps at $48/mo.The fourth bundle ATT offers is called "Max Plus", which offers a bandwidth of 18 Mbps at $53/mo. The fifth, and final, bundle ATT offers is called "Max Turbo", which has a bandwidth of 24 Mbps at $63/mo.

The third ISP I looked up was Earthlink. Earthlink provides 3 different bundles for internet access. The first bundle Earthlink has is cable internet, which has a bandwidth of 15 Mbps at a cost of $29.95/mo. The second bundle they offer is DSL internet, which provides a bandwidth of 6 Mbps with a cost of $14.95/mo. The third bundle they offer is freestanding DSL internet, which provides 3 Mbps at an unlisted price, but only to customers located within Verizon coverage areas.

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