Available in 21 states, including California and Florida. AT&T offers high-speed internet and Fiber.
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Finding and Moving Your Internet Service Was Never Easier
Moving can be overwhelming, but the last thing you should have to worry about is if your internet is up and running in your new home. Whether you want to keep your internet package from your current provider or set up new internet service, you shouldn’t have to lift a finger. That’s where we come in.
We take the hassle out of transferring your existing internet service, upgrading, or finding new internet providers in your area. We’ve done the research so you don’t have to, and we provide our findings all in one place, so no web surfing needed. We’ll also help you find the best home internet package deals for your new place.
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Choose the Right Home Internet Technology
Pro: Fastest internet speed available across all internet technology.
Con: Not available in all areas, though rapidly expanding across the nation.
Pro: Runs over standard phone lines, so no new wires are needed.
Con: The quality of service heavily depends on the distance between you and the ISP’s hub.
Pro: Supports data-heavy activities such as online gaming and high-definition streaming.
Con: Speeds are not as fast as Fiber internet and can slow down significantly based on the number of users.
Pro: Available nearly everywhere, including rural areas.
Con: Vulnerable to inclement weather, which can impact your connection.
Pro: Service is reliable and fast – speeds are comparable to high-speed cable.
Con: In most cases, you need to be within 10 miles of the access point with a clear line of sight.
Pro: Faster speeds than the average home internet with a larger bandwidth.
Con: Limited national coverage with little to no access in rural areas.
Put the Internet First on Your Moving Checklist
We all know the feeling—your internet is down for just a few hours, and it feels like you’re missing out on everything online. Multiply that by a few days when you move, and you have a FOMO armageddon on your hands. No one likes gaps in their internet coverage, making it critical to make the transition as smooth as possible. Here are some things to consider when moving your internet service or finding a new internet provider in your area:
Contact your ISP to ensure your internet services are available in your new home, including your speed plan.
Consider the size of your new home compared to your old one. This may indicate a need for an upgrade in bandwidth and speed.
If you’re renting, ensure the internet isn’t already included and confirm you can install a new internet provider.
Some internet providers offer discounts for moving. Conversely, you may lose a current promotional discount that saves you money in your current home. Ask the right discount questions to get the best deal.