Internet Providers in Robinson Creek, Kentucky

Most Popular Internet Providers in Robinson Creek, Kentucky:

Showing 1 to 3 Providers

  • 1. 1. Viasat
    100% Available
    100%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    50 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
    Upload
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    • Satellite
    • Internet Plans: 4
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 12-50mbps
    • Connection: Satellite
    • Price Range: $49.99 - $199.99
    • Contracts: 2 Years - 2 Years required
  • 2. 2. HughesNet
    100% Available
    100%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    25 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
    Upload
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    • Deal
    • Satellite
    • Internet Plans: 4
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 25-25mbps
    • Connection: Satellite
    • Installation: Standard installation is free.
    • Price Range: $39.99 - $149.99
    • Contracts: 2 Years - 2 Years required
    Deal
    There are 4 active deals on select plans from this provider
  • 3. 3. IMCTV
    68.8% Available
    68.8%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    1000 Mbps
    Download
    40 Mbps
    Upload
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    • Cable
    • Internet Plans: 4
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 100-1000mbps
    • Connection: Cable
    • Price Range: $59 - $179
    • Contracts: 1 Year - 1 Year required

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Internet Access in Robinson Creek, Kentucky

Viasat Internet has the most availability in Robinson Creek. HughesNet is also a common option.

Keep in mind that since FCC data is only tallied up twice annually and only released six or more months after that, availability shown here may not be complete.

Being limited to one Internet company isn't an issue in Robinson Creek, since there aren't any true broadband providers. (As defined by wired service delivering speeds meeting the FCC 25 Mbps and 3 Mbps upload performance benchmark.)

Inter Mountain Cable is another common broadband option in Robinson Creek. They offer Cable connections in 68 percent of the area.

Satellite is the main kind of Internet with coverage in Robinson Creek that residents should consider. To see detailed results, type your zip in the search tool above.

Internet Statistics 2021

300 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.

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Summary Of Fastest Internet Providers In Robinson Creek, Kentucky

Provider Speed Type Time To Download 1 GB Availability
Inter Mountain Cable 1,000 Mbps Cable 8s 68.8%
Viasat Internet 50 Mbps Satellite 2m 43s 100.0%
HughesNet 25 Mbps Satellite 5m 27s 100.0%

Internet Provider Competition Map For Robinson Creek

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Robinson Creek is the 633rd most connected city in Kentucky behind Pikeville, Shelbiana, Mc Dowell, Jenkins, and Virgie.

The “Connected” metric is a citywide average based on FCC data showing the density of broadband options at the census block level.

Approximately 2,000 people in Pike County don't have access to any wired internet.

This statistic is drawn from the population in census blocks not served by at least one wired broadband provider.

In Pike County, approximately 4,000 people do not have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband.

25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload is the minimum speed for an Internet connection to be classified as “Broadband” by the FCC.

Data Cap Issues Around Robinson Creek

Data collected by our research team suggests that common ISPs in Robinson Creek place some sort of limit on streaming for their home Internet plans. Data caps are a public issue since customers see them as a strategy to discourage "cord cutting", while providers insist that they are a necessary strategy as they struggle to manage heavy network traffic. In either case, the culprit is the same: video streaming, which easily uses one to seven Gigabytes per hour.