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Copper Internet Providers

Enter your zip code below to find which Copper providers offer service in your area.

Providers Offering Copper Service

We've found 235 providers offering Copper service in the US. Below are stats on their coverage and speeds.

Google Fiber Webpass 238,213 6 1000 mbps
Pinnacle Communications 7,941 2 40 mbps
GTT Communications -- 52 12 mbps
CenturyLink -- 51 100 mbps
Verizon Business -- 51 1000 mbps
Windstream -- 50 1000 mbps
TPx Communications -- 44 100 mbps
Broadview Networks -- 41 9.0 mbps
MegaPath -- 37 12 mbps
APXnet -- 36 1000 mbps
NetFortris -- 34 10 mbps
Call One -- 33 10 mbps
Fusion -- 32 1000 mbps
Access One Inc -- 30 3.0 mbps
Spectrotel -- 29 100 mbps
Cincinnati Bell -- 24 N/A
Cogent Communications -- 24 1000 mbps
Vocal IP Networx -- 22 45 mbps
Zayo -- 21 41 mbps
Global Cloud Xchange -- 21 905 mbps
SNET -- 19 10 mbps
Panterra -- 18 100 mbps
NewCloud -- 17 10 mbps
T2 Technologies -- 14 50 mbps
Telesystem -- 13 6.0 mbps
Tailwind -- 13 10 mbps
Telefonica USA -- 12 3.0 mbps
WorxOne -- 12 10 mbps
AccessMedia3 -- 12 1000 mbps
BullsEye Telecom -- 12 1.5 mbps
Allstream -- 12 1000 mbps
Allied Telecom Group -- 11 200 mbps
Consolidated Communications -- 10 1000 mbps
Blackfoot Communications -- 10 60 mbps
Tata Communications -- 9 N/A
InterGlobe -- 8 100 mbps
ICS Advanced Technologies -- 8 1000 mbps
Hotwire Communications -- 8 1000 mbps
Everstream -- 7 1000 mbps
Socket -- 7 45 mbps
C Spire Business Solutions -- 7 1000 mbps
NetCarrier Telecom -- 7 6.0 mbps
Mammoth Networks -- 6 1000 mbps
Telnet Worldwide -- 6 1.5 mbps
US Signal Company -- 6 1000 mbps
VoDa Networks -- 6 300 mbps
One Ring Networks -- 5 1000 mbps
AssetBlack -- 5 100 mbps
Tierzero -- 5 1000 mbps
GCI Communication -- 5 1000 mbps
Atlantech Online -- 5 50 mbps
RCN Business Solutions -- 5 1000 mbps
TEC -- 4 100 mbps
Citynet -- 4 50 mbps
FirstLight -- 4 45 mbps
First Communications -- 4 1000 mbps
TeleComp Computer Services -- 4 45 mbps
Magna5 -- 4 30 mbps
Xclutel Communications -- 4 30 mbps
Headland Communications -- 3 20 mbps
Advanced Integrated -- 3 6.0 mbps
TDS Telecom -- 3 45 mbps
Utility Telecom -- 3 100 mbps
Georgia Public Web -- 3 500 mbps
Harbor Communications -- 3 20 mbps
Arena One -- 3 20 mbps
Big River Telephone -- 3 3.0 mbps
Aureon -- 3 30 mbps
Wave G -- 3 1000 mbps
SyncGlobal Telecom -- 3 4.0 mbps
CS Technologies -- 2 300 mbps
Comporium Communications -- 2 1.5 mbps
InfoStructure -- 2 40 mbps
Aero Communications -- 2 1.5 mbps
GWI -- 2 52 mbps
Leaco -- 2 60 mbps
LS Networks -- 2 100 mbps
Lumos Networks -- 2 10 mbps
Syringa Networks -- 2 50 mbps
South Central Communications -- 2 20 mbps
Sterling Communications -- 2 50 mbps
LOGIX Fiber Networks -- 2 15 mbps
Xtel Communications -- 2 1.5 mbps
Visionary Communications -- 2 100 mbps
FORETHOUGHT.net -- 2 300 mbps
Bluebird Broadband Services -- 2 1.5 mbps
CallTower -- 2 1.4 mbps
Celito -- 2 4.0 mbps
NP Information Systems -- 2 50 mbps
Brainstorm Internet -- 2 300 mbps
Alaska Communications -- 2 1000 mbps
Port Networks -- 2 400 mbps
Plumas Sierra Telecommunications -- 2 50 mbps
NUVISIONS -- 2 1000 mbps
12Global -- 1 500 mbps
Advantage Telecom -- 1 1.5 mbps
South Valley Internet -- 1 15 mbps
Veracity Networks -- 1 12 mbps
GeoLinks -- 1 100 mbps
Kinetix -- 1 20 mbps

Copper Internet Providers in the USA

Copper internet transmits data over copper cables including T-carrier lines like T1, T3 and Ethernet over Copper (EoC). Some copper connections are not a ready-connect service and may take weeks or months to set up depending on the infrastructure. Providers that offer copper internet service in the US include Verizon Business, GTT Communications, CenturyLink and Windstream among others.

How many copper internet providers are there in the US?

There are 235 copper internet providers in the US. The largest copper providers by coverage are Webpass, JAS Networks, and Pinnacle Communications.

What is copper internet?

Similar to DSL and cable, copper internet uses copper wires in order to deliver service. The main distinction is copper internet is used to describe the other technologies that use copper wires including T1, T3 and Ethernet over Copper (EoC).

Copper broadband connections like T-carrier lines (T1, T3) are a common alternative to fiber or DSL for business internet connections. Unlike mass-market DSL or cable, these connections are often dedicated to your location alone, allowing you to lease direct lines between specific buildings or office locations.

Pros and Cons of Copper Internet

Pros

  • Dedicated connections
  • Alternative to fiber
  • Business class services
  • May be available if other services are unavailable

Cons

  • Lengthy installation times
  • High costs
  • Speeds can be slow
  • Signal degrades over distance

What is T1 Broadband?

T-Carrier technologies, like T1, were created to allow increased transmission capacity over twisted copper lines. It allows 24 channels of voice at the same time and is extremely reliable compared to “best effort” small business DSL packages.

For more information on T1 and copper internet providers, see our guide to copper broadband technology.