Internet Access in Aurora, New York
Aurora currently has two widespread wired Internet service providers: Viasat Internet and HughesNet. Viasat mostly offers Satellite service. They have speeds up to 100 Mbps and availability for virtually one hundred percent of the city. HughesNet predominantly offers Satellite. They have coverage for close to one hundred percent of the area.
Keep in mind that since FCC data is tallied up twice a year and only made public six months after that, availability shown here may not be complete.
Most Aurora households have 2-3 Internet providers to choose from. This is a good level of competition. It results in two ISPs competing on pricing and service quality at a given address. This high level of Internet access isn't distributed evenly, however — as a surprising 100 of the local population still has only one option for broadband access.
Spectrum is another commonly available broadband choice in Aurora, offering primarily Cable service with coverage in 55 percent of the area. NYSYS airAccess is another alternative wireless service to virtually one hundred percent of Aurora, although it has to have roof access or proximity to a NYSYS airAccess tower or access point.
In summary, residents are likely to be choosing between Cable and Satellite. The mapping tools and download speed test data seen below show how the real-world speed and performance results differ when comparing specific zip codes and providers in Aurora.