DSL Providers in My Area

ISPProvidersInMyArea.com is an online DSL Internet Providers directory to find DSL Internet service providers available in your area. Compare DSL Internet Provider's connection speed, features, price, special offers to find best local DSL ISP that fit your budget and need.

Major DSL Internet providers (AT&T, Verizon, Qwest) offers DSL Internet starting from only $19.99 per month. You can also save money by bundling your DSL Internet, Phone and TV services.



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What is DSL Internet?

Digital subscriber line (DSL) is a technology that provides Internet access by transmitting digital data over the wires of a local telephone network. DSL brings high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. DSL service is delivered simultaneously with wired telephone service on the same telephone line. An ordinary telephone connection jack can be used to plug in to DSL Internet access.

DSL is generally much faster than a dialup connection.

How to setup DSL Internet?

Once you are sure that your DSL line is active, you can begin setup. The service requires a DSL modem, which connects to the telephone wall jack and computer. You can add a router to create a home network and with the wireless router you can enjoy high-speed access as you move around your home with a laptop, even connecting from the front porch or backyard.

Compare DSL Internet providers in my area

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$17.95/mo
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1 Mbps

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$19.95/mo
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12 Mbps

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$19.99/mo
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6 Mbps


To find DSL ISP Providers available in your area click on your state from the list below and next page will give you option to choose your city or zip code.

Internet Service FAQs

What is ISP?

An ISP (Internet service provider) is a company that provides access to the Internet and other related services such as Video and Home Phone services to individual and business. For a monthly fee, user can have Internet connection from ISP and use the service to surf, access email, do online shopping, listen to music, watch videos, play games and more. AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner, Charter are well known Internet Service Providers.

What do I need to find ISP in my area?

Each ISP covers different area in US that means internet access availability depends on your area. So, by entering your zip code, you will see ISP deals that you can actually get. We don't use or collect your zip code data for anything else.

What type of Internet connection can I get at my home?

AT&T U-verse is a best option for cheap Fiber-optic Internet and it is available in 21 states. Verizon Fios offers 100 Mbps Fiber Internet starting at only $39.99 per month to more than 15 millions homes in 13 states. Comcast, Charter, Cox, Suddenlink, Optimum, RCN are cable Internet service providers covering most of the cities. If you're in rural areas where no DSL, Cable or fixed wireless Internet is available then satellite internet providers such as HughesNet may be the only option for you.

Download speed is the rate at which data is transferred from the Internet to the user's computer. Faster the download speed, quick you can pull data from the Internet to your devices. Good download speed lets you download large files, streaming music and videos and play games online.

What is the upload speed?

Upload speed is the rate at which data is transferred from user's computer to the web. Faster the upload speed, quick you can send date from your device to the Internet. Good upload speed is necessary to attach large files in email, share photos and videos and using video chats.

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Internet Service Facts

- About 99.90% of nationwide residents have 1 or more Internet providers available in their area.

- About 94.12% of nationwide residents have 2 or more Internet providers available in their area.

- About 72.57% of nationwide residents have 3 or more Internet providers available in their area.


What Internet speed do I need?

1-5 Mbps

  • General Browsing and Email
  • Social Media
  • Ideal for 1 user

5-10 Mbps

  • File Downloading
  • Streaming High Definition (HD) Video
  • Ideal for 1-3 user

10-25 Mbps

  • Telecommuting
  • Streaming Ultra HD 4K Video
  • Ideal for 3-5 user

25+ Mbps

  • Video Conferencing
  • Multiplayer Gaming
  • Ideal for 5+ user