Find out what speed you need!

Getting the speed you need for the number of devices you own and the amount you use them is the key to avoiding endless buffering. This tool will help you determine which Internet speed is best for you. Select the number of devices engaging in each internet activity to calculate your ideal internet speed.

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4 Mbps / 1 Mbps

This speed works well for basic email, web browsing, music streaming and standard definition video (SD) on a limited number of devices.

15 Mbps / 1 Mbps

Do you have a number of teens or young adults in the house? If so, this quicker speed might be for you. This speed tier is quickly becoming the new normal — sort of like going 65 mph on the highway!

25 Mbps / 2 Mbps *

In your household, it may be common for someone to stream music while another scrolls through social media while watching Netflix. Sound familiar? If so, this is the right speed for you.

Subject to availability. FTC Broadband Internet is a "best efforts" service; actual speeds may vary.

50 Mbps / 5 Mbps *

Do you have multiple devices connected to the Internet at once? When everyone is online at once, this quicker speed will help prevent Internet traffic jams.

Subject to availability. FTC Broadband Internet is a "best efforts" service; actual speeds may vary.

100 Mbps/10 Mbps *

More people in the household means more devices — gaming, streaming, uploading, scrolling and more — and that requires more speed. Get this fast speed for the best price!

Subject to availability. FTC Broadband Internet is a "best efforts" service; actual speeds may vary.

Gig / Gig *

Our fastest Internet plan! Experience blazing fast speeds for all of your streaming needs!

Subject to availability. FTC Broadband Internet is a "best efforts" service; actual speeds may vary.

Basic Internet Usage

Including email, basic web use and social media. (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Media Sharing

Including sharing photos and videos online.

Streaming Music

Including music streaming via Pandora, Spotify or iTunes Radio.

Streaming Video

Streamed from Netflix, YouTube or Amazon Prime Instant Video to your phone or tablet.

Streaming Devices

Including Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, or smart TVs to stream Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and more.

File Downloading

Including downloading and uploading larges files via Dropbox.

Video Chat

Including conferencing or video chat via Skype, FaceTime or Google Hangouts.

Online Gaming

Including PC and console devices that utilize a network connection.