If your household takes full advantage of its Internet service with simultaneous multiple users and hearty bandwidth consumption, you may notice some devices aren’t able to maintain a strong connection to your router. It’s possible your residence is too large with multiple walls adversely impacting the wireless signal strength. And if you live in an […]Read more...
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- Up to 300Mbps download speeds with upload speeds of up to 7Mbps in all locations, up to 20Mbps in some locations 1-year promo rate.
- Plan not available in all markets. Pricing varies depending on your business’ specific needs. Speak with an agent to verify.
- Modem included.
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1Show OfferingsFor special promotions in your area call (888) 328-5885
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- Term Commitment (contract): 12 months
- Early Termination Fee: Up to $200.00
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- Plus Taxes
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- Equipment non-return and additional fees apply
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Historical Alabama Internet Speeds Over Time
Speed test results show an average of 14.33 Mbps download and 3.86 Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices tested. Take a look at the charts below for an at-a-glance view of of speed test results by device.
Nearby Alabama Internet Speeds by City
Latest Internet Broadband News for Enterprise, Alabama
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