If you’re planning on buying a new home in Connecticut, choosing an internet service provider might not be your top priority, but it’s still an important decision to make. You need to trust your ISP to provide security for all of your most important data, whether it’s bank accounts or social security numbers. For the Connecticut resident, there are a variety of trusted companies in the state.Optimum Online (provided by Cablevision) provides high-speed cable broadband starting at 29.95 a month. That low price gets you speeds ranging up to 5x greater than internet through a phone company. For an extra 9.95 to your monthly bill, you can get Optimum Online Boost, with 30 Mbps downstream and 5 Mbps upstream as well as a professional set of web building tools.Verizon is another option for Connecticut consumers. The trusted telecommunications company offers a variety of internet options in the state, including their fiber-optic system (FiOs) network. For 89.99, you can hook up your TV, Internet, and phone (with unlimited calling to this network, or just get an internet plan starting at 49.99 a month. Of course, you can also still get Verizon High Speed Internetwith over 100 million users around the world, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.CLEAR Internet will be launching in Hartford in the near future. This will let anyone with CLEAR access get online across the city. CLEAR is the developer behind the HTC Evo’s 4G network, so you know you’ll be getting fast (and reliable) coverage if you go with them. You might have to wait a little longer for the program to launch, but depending on your circumstances and location, it could be well worth the extra time. For more information on any of these providers, check out their respective websites.
August 23rd, 2010
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