Finding the Best Internet Packages in Virginia

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HomeLinkd offers a comprehensive selection of TV and internet brands, as well as all the options available in the area —and information on how customers can make the best choices for their needs. Read on for HomeLinkd’s guide to great Internet in Virginia.

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Here’s what you need to know about Internet in Virginia

Boasting some of the fastest residential Internet speeds available –thanks to companies such as CenturyLink and Frontier –download speeds of approximately 250Mbps are available to around half of Virginians.

Not only that, you'll find a few affordable Internet plans from several providers in the state. You can have your pick of high-speed, unlimited caps, and affordably priced plans.

Virginia is the 31st most connected state in the U.S, with an average download speed of 14Mbps. The most prevalent types of Internet connection in Virginia are DSL and Cable.

Virginia Internet Coverage by Type

84% get DSL

20% get Satellite

80% get Cable

48% get Fiber

The state of Virginia has a total of 89 Internet providers available, with the top providers being:

• AT&T
• Spectrum
• CenturyLink
• Frontier
• ViaSat
The top three cities with the fastest Internet speeds in Virginia are:

Gainesville
with 33Mbps

Sterling
with 29Mbps

Poquoson
with 29Mbps

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Who are the best Internet providers in Virginia?

Virginians are blessed with a wide variety of internet plans and providers to choose from. They are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a plan that suits their lifestyle, and their wallets.

List of HomeLinkd’s Internet Providers in Virginia

Provider
Connection
Max Mbps Download Speed

AT&T

Fiber and DSL

1000Mbps

Spectrum

Cable

1000Mbps

CenturyLink

Fiber and DSL

940Mbps

Frontier

Fiber and DSL

940Mbps

ViaSat

Satellite

100Mbps

HughesNet

Geo Satellite

25Mbps

Who is the best Internet Provider in Virginia?

After hours of research, we've found that CenturyLink is one of the top providers in terms of availability and speed —while Spectrum and HughesNet are one of the higher rated Cable and Satellite providers respectively. AT&T is also a highly ranked Fiber provider.

CenturyLink:
• Has 4 plans on offer –3 Fiber and 1 DSL plan
• Prices range from $49 per month to $125 per month
• All plans have no term contracts

Spectrum:
• Has 7 plans on offer
• Prices range from $70 per month to $153 per month
• All plans have no term contracts

HughesNet:
• Has 4 plans on offer
• Prices range from $50 per month to $140 per month
• All plans have come with a fixed 2-year contract

AT&T:
• Has 3 plans on offer
• Prices range from $50 per month to $100 per month
• All plans have no term contracts

Does Virginia have good Internet?

Virginians have access to some of the country's best Internet providers, such as CenturyLink, AT&T and EarthLink. Along with that, they also have a wide selection of connection types to choose from.

Cable and DSL connections cover majority of the state –and speeds vary depending on which Internet provider operates in the different cities. Luckily, 94% of the state has access to speeds of 25Mbps or more.

Pros and Cons of the Internet in Virginia

Pros
  • Certain areas have access to high-speed Internet –perfect for online gamers and streamers

  • Relatively good Cable and DSL coverage across the state

  • Excellent customer service from Internet providers

  • Internet speed of 1Gbps is available in certain cities

Cons
  • Some areas lack coverage in Virginia

  • Can experience connectivity issues during peak times

  • Insufficient Satellite providers

  • Some areas have no wired internet access available

5 Fun facts about Virginia.

1

Virginia is home to the Oyster and Maritime Museum of Chincoteague Island –the only one of its kind. There are also a wide range of oyster festivals held in the state.

2

It's illegal to tickle women in Virginia–yes, we know it's a strange law, but it's true.

3

Virginia is known for its tobacco industry –but the original intention was for the state to be a silk colony. A fungus killed the trees that the silkworms fed on, so the original settlers chose to plant tobacco instead.

4

Virginia is home to the world's largest Naval base –Naval Station Norfolk.

5

Mountain Dew was created in the mountains of Southwest Virginia.

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