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Frontier Internet

There’s a lot to like about Frontier. Their no-nonsense, cap-free, flexible approach is refreshing, and it’s encouraging to see them make a sincere effort to connect rural and remote communities. There are packages to suit every kind of internet user, and equipment is provided and installed for free. Customers tend to have a positive experience, and it’s easy to see why.

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Earthlink Internet Review

For the budget-conscious, there’s simply no cheaper way to access the internet than taking out a plan with EarthLink. The dial-up and DSL services are unbelievably inexpensive, making them a superb choice for light internet users.

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Exede / Viasat Satellite Internet Review

Viasat / Exede is a good choice for internet if you live in a rural location that’s covered by their new unlimited plans. Unlimited plans start at $70 per month and offer up to 100 Mbps download speeds.

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Xfinity Internet

If you live within Comcast’s service area (and you likely do), this cable internet provider is a pretty good value.

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HughesNet Gen5 Satellite Internet Review

HughesNet is a solid satellite internet choice for a lot of rural customers across the country. If you don’t plan on streaming tons of video or gaming heavily, HughesNet has multiple plans to offer starting at $49.99 a month.

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