Egan, Louisiana Internet Providers & Internet Speed Data

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    • Modem with WiFi included
    • Contract Term: 2 years
    • 50 GB Bonus Bytes from 2am - 8am
    • Equipment non-return and additional fees apply
    • Additional Fees. Equipment lease or purchase required.
    • Free standard installation for new Lease subscribers. Not valid with Purchase option.
    • Early Termination Fees and/or Unreturned Equipment Fees

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Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Louisiana. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.
New Orleans 28 Mbps 13 Mbps
Baton Rouge 38 Mbps 13 Mbps
Lafayette 35 Mbps 25 Mbps
Kenner 56 Mbps 12 Mbps
Shreveport 31 Mbps 9 Mbps
Metairie 32 Mbps 10 Mbps
New Iberia 44 Mbps 7 Mbps
Slidell 25 Mbps 5 Mbps
Monroe 20 Mbps 16 Mbps
Prairieville 15 Mbps 10 Mbps

Latest Internet Broadband News for Egan, Louisiana

1 . Is the End of Flash Finally Here?

The venerable Macromedia Flash definitely made a significant impact in technology over the last decade; where would Internet advertising or browser-based casual gaming be without it? But 15 years into the 21st Century, what was once state of the art is now acutely obsolete. This point was made obvious by Firefox recently disabling the Flash […]

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5 . Can YouTube Accelerator Lessen Video Buffering?

The leading Internet video company, YouTube is testing a new product, called Accelerator, which hopes to improve the performance of their website. YouTube Accelerator recently began a testing period in the Philippines before a potential worldwide rollout with hopes of improving everyone’s streaming experience. When you are traveling outside of the friendly confines of your […]

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6 . The Future of HTML5 on the World Wide Web

HTML is the standard for how Internet content is presented in a web browser, with HTML5 being the latest version of the language. Some of its new features include the displaying of video and animated content (using JavaScript) — essentially the same thing provided by the proprietary Flash plug-in over the last decade. Flash’s problems, […]

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7 . Google Now Streaming Apps within Search Results

Google recently introduced some enhancements to its search engine aimed at making life easier for mobile users. This includes the indexing of app content, a process that actually began two years ago. Now you can receive information from both apps and web pages when performing a mobile search. They even raise the ante by streaming […]

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8 . The Optimum Internet Speed for 4K Videogaming

In terms of screen resolution, 4K is the next level after most TVs went began to support 1080p in the past decade. DirecTV was the first TV provider to offer 4K content through on-demand and it picked up steam with sports programming where viewers could now stream matches in 4K live. Since YouTube now supports […]

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9 . Google Fiber now signing up Customers in Louisville

After a long period of planning and other roadblocks, such as fighting off a lawsuit from AT&T and Time Warner Cable, Google Fiber is finally live in Louisville. The company began signing up customers earlier this month. Considering it’s less than two years since we mentioned Louisville as a potential city on Google’s radar for […]

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10 . San Francisco Considering Municipal Gigabit Service

As many municipalities wait to be chosen as a Google Fiber city or get AT&T’s GigaPower service, some are actually going into the ISP business themselves. We talked about Chattanooga’s public gigabit service a while back, and now a similar initiative is on the drawing board in San Francisco. Local governments increasingly feel fiber-optic Internet […]

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