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Find the Right High-Speed Internet Option for You

Access to reliable, high-speed internet is essential, as everyone is relying on it to stay connected to work, family, friends and entertainment. That means it’s more important than ever to choose the right type of service for your home. The more you know about the options, the more confident you’ll be when you decide.

High-Speed Home Internet

You may not know it, but satellite, DSL and cable are not your only internet options. In fact, for many people, those options aren’t even available. U.S. Cellular’s high-speed home and office internet service works by connecting wirelessly to U.S. Cellular towers to provide a strong, reliable internet connection and Wi-Fi signal. It combines everything you need: speed, reliability, affordability, and top-of-the-line service. Best of all, our fixed wireless high-speed internet plans are easy to set up, with no data overage fees.

Here’s how the others stack up:

Satellite

Satellite internet is widely available, even in small communities where internet access is not widespread, but weather conditions like wind and snow can disrupt your signal, which could interrupt your plans to stay in and binge watch. Plus, the signal has to travel a long way to and from the satellite, which means higher latency (delays) and slower internet speeds.

How fixed wireless high-speed internet compares:

Our high-speed home and office internet service has low latency and isn’t affected by weather conditions. That means continuous, reliable service – no matter what.


DSL

DSL uses frequencies that a telephone doesn’t, so it has more bandwidth, but it can be slower than other types of high-speed internet, like cable and fixed wireless.

How fixed wireless high-speed internet compares:

Our service doesn’t rely on phone or cable lines, so you can connect more devices at faster speeds.

 

 

Wherever you live, we offer great options to meet your home internet needs. Learn more about our fixed wireless high-speed internet plans at U.S. Cellular.