How much internet speed do you need? That depends on how you plan on using your internet connection.
< 25mbps basic internet for checking e-mail, google searches 25-99 Mbps will handle streaming Netflix, FaceTime, Zoom calls 100-499 Mbps fast downloads, gaming online, streaming UHD on multiple screens 500-1,000 Mbps blazing fast for just about anything
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Internet Buyer's Guide for Miami, Florida
If you’re new to Miami or looking to switch internet providers, AT&T Internet and Xfinity are your best choices. Both providers offer service to at least 95 percent of Miami and are the most popular choices for high-speed internet.
Fastest Internet Providers in Miami
If you’re looking for the highest download speeds in the city, Xfinity offers up to 1,200 Mbps. Keep in mind, however, that cable internet from Xfinity has maximum upload speeds of 35 Mbps.
AT&T offers the fastest fiber and DSL internet (or IPBB, as AT&T calls it) in Miami. AT&T Fiber offers upload and download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, or gigabit speed. AT&T Internet, their DSL service, offers download speeds up to 100 Mbps and upload speeds up to 20 Mbps.
If you’re looking for another option, EarthLink Internet is available to 88 percent of Miami and offers similar speed and connection types as AT&T — in fact, EarthLink uses AT&T’s fiber and DSL networks. You’re better off switching to Xfinity or one of the available fixed wireless internet providers if you’re switching from AT&T.
Cheapest Internet in Miami
Cheap internet plans in Miami start at $30 a month with Xfinity. At that price, you can get up to 50 Mbps and a 1.2 TB data cap. For $5 more, you can get up to 100 Mbps with Xfinity. Plans with higher speeds than 100 Mbps start at $60 a month with Xfinity and AT&T Fiber. Signing up at the right time can save you money, since Xfinity and AT&T offer monthly deals and promotions. Call or click the “View Plans and Pricing” buttons above to find out which deals are available.
Comparing AT&T to Xfinity
If you need unlimited data, AT&T is the choice for you, hands down. All AT&T internet plans are free of data caps, unlike Xfinity, which has a 1.2 TB data cap on all internet plans. AT&T is also the lower-priced option if you’re looking for gigabit speed.
Choosing between AT&T and Xfinity is a bit harder if you’re looking to bundle. Both providers offer internet, TV, home phone, and wireless in Miami. AT&T has more variety for TV connections, offering satellite TV through DirecTV and livestreaming TV through AT&T TV, formerly known as AT&T U-verse. Xfinity only has their cable TV service, X1 TV, which offers more channels than both of AT&T’s TV services.
Digital Equity Programs in Miami
Miami Connected is a locally driven initiative that partners with Xfinity by Comcast to provide internet access, digital literacy, and job opportunities to 100,000 students and their families. Students attending a Miami-Dade public school can receive free internet access from Xfinity by Comcast’s Internet Essentials program for two years. Miami Connected is currently connecting those in Little Haiti, Overtown, Liberty City, and Homestead, with plans to expand rapidly to the rest of Miami.
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Internet Statistics for Miami, Florida
As the 59th most-connected city in Florida, Miami is a densely populated, sprawling metropolitan area, combined with suburbs and urban areas. Currently ranked ahead of Hialeah, Miami Gardens, and Key Biscayne, most Miami residents have DSL or cable available in their area. The three internet providers with the most availability in Miami, Florida are AT&T; Internet, EarthLink and XFINITY from Comcast. However, 37,000 people in Miami still only have access to one internet provider at most.
Internet Statistics 2021
2.2% of consumers in Miami37,000 People Only have access to 1 or fewer wired internet providers available at their address.
This data is calculated from FCC datasets which providers are legally required to supply twice a year. We further validate this data for accuracy.
Frequently Asked Questions About Internet in Miami, Florida
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