TV and Internet Providers in New York, New York
TV Providers in New York, NY
|Provider||Service Type||Channel Count||Customer Rating
(out of 5)
|Features||Prices Starting At*|
|Spectrum||Cable||125+||3.4||Enjoy FREE HD.||$49.99/mo.||View Plans|
|DIRECTV||Satellite||330+||3.7||See out-of-market games on NFL SUNDAY TICKET.||$74.99/mo.||View Plans|
|Astound Broadband powered by RCN||Cable||285+||3.9||Sync recorded shows to your mobile devices.||$83.80/mo.||View Plans|
|DISH||Satellite||290+||3.8||Enjoy a 2-year price guarantee.||$64.99/mo.||View Plans|
Internet Providers in New York, NY
|Provider||Service Type||Max Download Speeds up to||Customer Rating
(out of 5)
|Features||Prices Starting At*||Area Availability*|
|Spectrum||Cable||1,000 Mbps (wireless speeds may vary)||3.4||Get a high performance modem included.||$49.99/mo.||19%||View Plans|
|Optimum||Cable||940 Mbps||3.9||+ NEW! Get A $200 Visa® Prepaid Card. Terms Apply.||$40.00/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|Verizon||Fiber||940 Mbps||N/A||Fios Internet provides 99.9% network reliability.‡||$39.99/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|HughesNet||Satellite||25 Mbps||3.9||Cheapest residential satellite in the US||$64.99/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|Astound Broadband powered by RCN||Cable||1,000 Mbps||3.9||Get the help you need with 24/7 customer support.||$19.99/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|Viasat||Satellite||100 Mbps||3.9||Quick, simple installation.||$84.99/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|Armstrong||Cable||1 Mbps||Internet plans that have speeds between 25 Mbps and 1,000 Mbps||$34.95/mo.||100%||View Plans|
|Ultra||Cable||182 Mbps||Wide availability in rural areas||$54.99/mo.||100%||View Plans|
*Pricing subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
Best internet and cable providers in New York, NY
New York doesn’t mess around when it comes to TV and internet. Thanks in part to New York being the most densely populated city in the USA, providers in NYC vie for your attention with some of the best cable and internet packages around.
With options for both high quality and budget entertainment packages, sorting through local internet and cable companies can get tricky. You could easily opt for Verizon Fios’s flashy fiber tech or Spectrum’s massive on-demand TV library.
But if your building doesn’t have access to landline services, your only internet choice would be Viasat—yikes. Laggy internet is better than no internet, but the burden of buffering is rough when the building next door probably has gigabit speeds.
At least you can get your fill of sports with DIRECTV or DISH no matter where you live. Go Yankees! Or Mets, if you prefer. It doesn’t matter either way, since their games play on local channels included in either DISH or DIRECTV packages.
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