Consolidated Communications Availability Map

Consolidated Communications Availability Map. Click for interactive map

Consolidated Communications, a residential and business broadband service, provides internet access to customers in 21 states, with plans to extend fiber services to 70 percent of the company’s footprint by 2025. The vast majority of the Consolidated Communications network consists of older DSL lines, which has led company leaders to focus on upgrading their network to fiber in order to offer gigabit service to more customers across the country.

Consolidated Communications is available in New England and other areas across the country. Consolidated Communications provides the most state coverage in Alabama, California, and Colorado.

Consolidated Communications Plans and Pricing

Best Features: Things to Consider:
  • Contract-free plans
  • Price guarantees
  • No data caps
  • 30-day, money-back guarantee
  • Free installation
  • Limited fiber availability
  • Customer service issues

Among the most significant selling points of Consolidated’s internet service is its commitment to providing a seamless online experience for customers. Customers don’t pay overage fees, and Consolidated doesn’t throttle data for heavy users. Additionally, Consolidated doesn’t charge an installation or equipment rental fee, and contracts are not required.

The plans available to you depend on the development of Consolidated’s network in your location. In some regions, customers have a choice between speeds ranging between 7 and 100 Mbps. In areas upgraded with fiber lines, customers can choose up to 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps).

Plan Name Download Speed Starting Price Data Cap
Consolidated Fiber Up to 940 Mbps $25 per month Unlimited Data
Consolidated DSL Up to 100 Mbps $29 per month Unlimited Data
Consolidated Cable Up to 1 Gbps $49.95 per month Unlimited Data

While Consolidated’s 1 Gbps plan at $60 per month is attractive, the older and slower DSL offerings dominate the network. Only about 14 percent of the Consolidated network have access to its fiber internet. However, Consolidated leadership has been implementing a strategic plan to expand fiber internet service across the current availability footprint. Determining whether you live in an area serviced by Consolidated Communications and what kind of connection (DSL, cable, or fiber) you’ll have access to is as simple as typing in your address in the following availability tool:

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Consolidated Communications Internet Speeds

Consolidated offers a range of plans and speeds due to the different connection types offered. The Consolidated Communications network consists of various connections – DSL, fiber, cable, and even fixed wireless. Our users see average speeds around 200 Mbps, but this is heavily skewed by Consolidated’s fiber internet users.

Consolidated Communications Availability by State

Alabama 4,687 2 gbps
California 485,404 2 gbps
Colorado 7,695 2 gbps
Florida 86,195 2 gbps
Georgia 402 2 gbps
Illinois 135,724 2 gbps
Iowa 15,192 2 gbps
Kansas 115,143 2 gbps
Maine 1,175,893 2 gbps
Massachusetts 1,186 2 gbps
Minnesota 133,722 2 gbps
Missouri 57,864 2 gbps
New Hampshire 1,210,447 2 gbps
New York 239,938 2 gbps
North Dakota 145,382 2 gbps
Ohio 47,105 2 gbps
Oklahoma 15,679 2 gbps
Pennsylvania 175,872 2 gbps
South Dakota 872 2 gbps
Texas 336,205 2 gbps
Vermont 539,319 2 gbps
Virginia 16,244 2 gbps
Washington 98,606 2 gbps
Wisconsin 1,960 2 gbps

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Top 5 Fastest DSL Providers Nationwide
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Top 5 Fastest Internet Providers in 5 states
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Top 10 Fastest Internet Providers in 14 states
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Top 3 Fastest DSL Providers in 10 states
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Top 5 Fastest DSL Providers in 21 states
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#1 Fastest Internet Provider in North Dakota
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Frequently Asked Questions About Consolidated Communications

  • Does Consolidated Communications offer a TV service?

    In some markets, Consolidated Communications offers CCiTV, a more traditional cable TV-like service accessible through streaming platforms or via a set-top box provided by Consolidated Communications. In all other markets, Consolidated promotes its partnership with DIRECTV STREAM, an internet-based TV streaming service you can purchase independently of your internet service.

  • Why is Consolidated Communications internet so slow?

    The majority of the company’s internet infrastructure is built on DSL, a connection technology that operates via existing telephone cable, which limits maximum speeds to about 100 Mbps. However, Consolidated is undergoing a fiber expansion project starting in the northeastern part of the country to provide more customers with Gig speeds (up to 940 Mbps).

  • What kind of internet does Consolidated Communications offer?

    Depending on where you live, Consolidated Communications offers three different connection types: fiber, cable, and DSL. The fastest of these is fiber and cable. Consolidated Communications offers fiber and cable speeds up to 1 Gbps and 940 Mbps download, respectively.

  • Can I use my own modem with Consolidated Communications?

    Yes, you don’t have to lease equipment provided by the provider. Instead, you can provide your own as long as it is compatible with the service you’re ordering.

  • Does Consolidated Communications offer home security services?

    Right now, you can get 30 percent off any new SimpliSafe home security system, a free HD security camera, and two months of 24/7 monitoring when you bundle the purchase with Consolidated Communications internet.