DSL Internet Providers

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Providers Offering DSL Service

We've found 891 providers offering DSL service in the US. Below are stats on their coverage and speeds.

AT&T Internet121,758,34421100 mbps
Verizon High Speed Internet49,349,3711115 mbps
CenturyLink48,160,96939140 mbps
Frontier Communications33,072,1313840 mbps
Windstream14,219,906501000 mbps
TDS Telecom5,066,76627100 mbps
Consolidated Communications4,718,184241000 mbps
Sonic2,922,6671100 mbps
On-Ramp Indiana1,810,92613.0 mbps
Cincinnati Bell1,522,216930 mbps
Internet Nebraska Corporation1,386,776150 mbps
Hawaiian Telcom1,254,069125 mbps
ACD.net904,073110 mbps
Raw Bandwidth Communications766,876140 mbps
JAS Networks441,573110 mbps
Alaska Communications407,253150 mbps
FirstLight380,45316600 mbps
TEC378,3854100 mbps
Clear Rate Communications354,396150 mbps
Montana Internet Corporation304,19617.0 mbps
Comporium Communications304,134231 mbps
GWI257,751220 mbps
Horry Telephone Cooperative229,541150 mbps
Wi-Power224,58913.0 mbps
North State Communications221,5151100 mbps
MTCO Communications213,057170 mbps
ConnectTo211,725175 mbps
FTC185,058150 mbps
OTELCO179,8477100 mbps
KDSI Internet Services166,51116.0 mbps
Socket152,65321000 mbps
NTS Communications148,252312 mbps
Brandenburg Telecom148,066120 mbps
Direct Communications142,396420 mbps
Wyoming.com141,499145 mbps
Lumos Networks139,8974100 mbps
Quantum Internet & Telephone139,535120 mbps
Matanuska Telephone Association125,174140 mbps
Arvig116,294160 mbps
EATEL104,83518.0 mbps
GVTC Communications100,745112 mbps
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative100,242170 mbps
MontanaSky Networks99,511110 mbps
Volunteer First Services95,085160 mbps
Ben Lomand Connect95,085160 mbps
FiberComm92,032210 mbps
Allo Communications91,27017.0 mbps
Kaptel87,957115 mbps
Ritter Communications86,374220 mbps
Grande Communications84,35016.0 mbps
Parallax Systems83,63516.0 mbps
Horizon Chillicothe Telephone80,0531100 mbps
Twin Lakes Telephone78,980170 mbps
AcenTek78,838330 mbps
Desert Winds Wireless78,5292100 mbps
Eastex Telephone Cooperative77,343140 mbps
MidIowa Net74,96516.0 mbps
United Communications73,26511000 mbps
Veracity Networks72,2791200 mbps
Golden West Telecommunications70,870299 mbps
Chickasaw Telephone Company70,393120 mbps
South Central Rural Telephone70,024115 mbps
OneSource Communications68,988150 mbps
Nebraska Technology & Telecommunications68,955112 mbps
Nuvera68,207255 mbps
ATMC65,886150 mbps
Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative64,114212 mbps
Yadtel63,377125 mbps
DFT Communications63,301124 mbps
Hargray Communications62,951110 mbps
NexGen Communications61,95813.0 mbps
Star Communications61,532110 mbps
Skybest Communications61,4123120 mbps
Premium Choice Broadband61,163120 mbps
Blackfoot Telecommunications60,230498 mbps
Action Communications59,41029.0 mbps
Quantum Communications57,890110 mbps
SRT Communications57,7151100 mbps
VCI INTERNET57,234110 mbps
Nsight Telservices54,252132 mbps
Home Telecom51,138145 mbps
Peoples Telephone Cooperative50,7491100 mbps
Armstrong49,898410 mbps
BEVCOMM49,749326 mbps
Strata Networks49,700150 mbps
Farmers Telecommunications Cooperative48,742110 mbps
Agri-Valley Services48,291125 mbps
WK&T48,10126.0 mbps
South Valley Internet47,781145 mbps
Shentel46,757110 mbps
Acme Communications46,186124 mbps
DTC Communications45,639150 mbps
Great Plains Communications45,184450 mbps
WMTel44,63018.0 mbps
Nemont43,462330 mbps
WVT43,147275 mbps
USA Communications (Iowa)43,001120 mbps
Surry Telephone Membership Corporation42,511110 mbps
Harrisonville Telephone Company42,285180 mbps
TruVista40,1201100 mbps

How Many DSL Internet Providers are There in the US?

There are currently 891 DSL Internet service providers (ISPs) in the United States. Many of these companies have roots as landline phone companies, and have evolved to offer Internet and TV service over phone lines. Many of the smaller companies are “Baby Bells” that resulted from the breakup of AT&T in 1984.

What is a DSL Provider?

DSL, or “Digital Subscriber Line,” providers deliver Internet connectivity to residences and businesses using twisted copper phone lines. The connection is often shared with a landline phone subscription. For more information on how DSL works, see our technical guide to DSL Internet service.

DSL Internet Providers in the USA

DSL service is one of the most common broadband options in the United States. It is especially common in rural areas, where more advanced networks like Cable and Fiber have not yet been built. DSL is common because the telephone infrastructure it uses has already been installed in most US households for decades.

The best DSL providers and plans will usually be in suburban areas, where you have a stronger likelihood of being close to the provider office or “DSLAM” that connects to the Internet at large. In rural areas, subscribers often get slower speeds in the 1–5 Mbps range due to signal degradation over long distances. In suburban areas, DSL is commonly closer to 20–75 Mbps and competes closely with Cable Internet providers.

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