Internet Access in Stanley, New York
Viasat Internet has the most coverage in Stanley. HughesNet is also widely available.
Frontier Communications provides a common second choice, serving Stanley with a maximum speed of 24 Mbps. Wired Internet isn't the only way to get Internet service in Stanley. fixed wireless providers like CBN are able to achieve 100 Mbps via direct wireless technology. Aside from home Internet, there are also 2 companies within the city marketing enterprise and business/smb subscriptions like SD-WAN. We list every provider with explicit business plans online, but residential providers often offer business options as well.
The average Stanley subscriber will have 3-4 companies at their address, or precisely 3.27 providers per census block. Still, 25.96 percent of the Stanley population are stuck with one or fewer options for home broadband service.
Looking at network technologies with significant infrastructure already built in the city, we see that the most common hardwired broadband Internet technology varieties are Cable (79.20 percent coverage) and DSL (82.47 percent coverage). Cable Internet is marketed by former cable television companies, using their preexisting coaxial cable networks. Cable often makes sense for local residents because of the strong mix of speed and value. DSL is delivered via twisted copper telephone wires on utility poles by corporations like Frontier Communications that own copper phone wires. The twisted copper construction of telephone lines allows for a lower bandwidth ceiling compared to newer wire types such as cable and several times less than fiber.
Broadband coverage insights here and elsewhere on BroadbandNow are calculated from a mix of government data and private datasets collected directly from ISPs. Average statistics about speed data is sourced primarily via M-Labs. Our in-house researchers have hand-sourced package pricing on 253 Internet plans and bundles for the Stanley market to date.