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Internet Providers in Ada, Oklahoma
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Internet Access in Ada, Oklahoma
IPBB lines and Fixed Wireless infrastructure are common hardwired broadband networks in Ada, with 72.71 and 96.28 percent network reach in the area.
The packages displayed on this page are manually collected by our data science and research team. We've aggregated 276 Internet plans in the area around Ada since 2014.
Rise Broadband as well as Sparklight (formerly Cable One) also offer Internet service in Ada, often competing for the same customers.
There is above-average choice between companies around Ada, but 9,000 people in the area don't have access to more than one provider. This means that if they aren't pleased by the quality of service, they have to use a poor quality wireless backup. Luckily, this isn't the norm in Ada — the average household has 3-4 options for Internet service.
Viasat Internet is the most widespread Internet option on the whole. They have Internet coverage for practically one hundred percent of Ada residents. HughesNet has coverage for close to close to one hundred percent of residents. The fastest speed advertised for Viasat is up to 35 Mbps. HughesNet offers packages up to 25 Mbps. In general, anything over 10 megabits per second (Mbps) will be enough for streaming SD videos to devices on WiFi, but may become problematic for multiple users or bandwidth-intensive applications like video conferencing, cloud apps, and multiplayer gaming. See the Internet coverage maps below to see how Internet options compare on a granular level.
- There are 14 internet providers in Ada with 8 of those offering residential service
- Ada is the 36th most connected city in Oklahoma ahead of Stratford, Konawa, and Stonewall, but behind Roff and Allen.
- Explore internet access for communities within Ada: Byng
- The fastest zip code in Ada for July 2021 is 74820. (see all below).
Internet Statistics 2021
30.5% of consumers in Ada9,000 People Only have access to 1 or fewer wired internet providers available at their address.
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Summary Of Fastest Internet Providers In Ada, Oklahoma
|Provider||Speed||Type||Time To Download 1 GB||Availability|
|Sparklight (formerly Cable One)||1,000 Mbps||Cable||8s||81.5%|
|Viasat Internet||50 Mbps||Satellite||2m 43s||100.0%|
|AT&T Internet||100 Mbps||IPBB||1m 21s||72.7%|
|Rise Broadband||50 Mbps||Fixed Wireless||2m 43s||96.3%|
|HughesNet||25 Mbps||Satellite||5m 27s||100.0%|
Internet Providers in Nearby Cities
The “Connected” metric is a citywide average based on FCC data showing the density of broadband options at the census block level.
This statistic is drawn from the population in census blocks not served by at least one wired broadband provider.
This coverage statistic is based on a mix of FCC and private provider reporting in the past two quarters.
Zip-based speed averages are calculated from M-Labs consumer speed tests run by IP addresses in the area.
25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload is the minimum speed for an Internet connection to be classified as “Broadband” by the FCC.
Internet Service Coverage Surrounding East Central University
Students living within 2 miles of East Central University can expect to have a choice between 2 Internet providers. As elsewhere in Ada, Viasat and HughesNet are the most common options. Speed tests suggest that internet performance in the East Central University area exceeds 25 Mbps, with averages in the zip around (123.7 Mbps as of our latest data.) This speed should be enough for students in Ada who need to watch high-definition video, split the cost of a connection with roommates, and etc. That said, since these averages are based on public performance test data, they often trend lower than actual top speeds accessible in an area. Use the zip search field on this page to see more information on internet options at a specific address.
Data Caps on Ada Internet Plans
Internet companies have decided to add "data caps" to consumer broadband plans recently. This market trend is certainly true in Ada, with local Internet companies such as Sparklight featuring plans with data caps. This might not really matter for the majority of Internet users, but it is liable to affect users that download or upload a large amount of HD or 4K content. Caps on cable packages tend to be in the neighborhood of one Terabyte. This is way more than is used by 99% of users. Sparklight (formerly Cable One) customers are advised to confirm data caps before signing a contract, and not assume them based soley on statements online.
Internet access in Ada neighborhoods
To date, we have compiled information on Broadband coverage across the following communities in Ada: Byng.
Compare Ada to the 5 largest cities in the US
|City||Average Download Speed||Number of Providers||Average Cost per Mbps|
|Ada||113.2 Mbps||8||$0.94 ( + $0.00 )|
|New York||534.4 Mbps ( +421.2 Mbps )||17 ( +9 )||$0.48 ( $0.00 )|
|Los Angeles||148.8 Mbps ( +35.6 Mbps )||17 ( +9 )||$0.24 ( $0.00 )|
|Chicago||160.6 Mbps ( +47.4 Mbps )||15 ( +7 )||$0.27 ( $0.00 )|
|Houston||169.5 Mbps ( +56.3 Mbps )||23 ( +15 )||$0.26 ( $0.00 )|
|Philadelphia||162.1 Mbps ( +48.9 Mbps )||8||$0.34 ( $0.00 )|
Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Ada
Better than other ISPs, I guess.
The speed and price are nothing special but I've had worse. Frequent short outages. Not a month goes by where service doesn't mysteriously disappear for a block of at least an hour, occasionally all day, with no notice. Their cable TV division also apparently had a row with Viacom because they were raising their fees and dropped their channels; so Viacom decided to block the I.P. addresses of all of their subscribers, whether they had TV or not; this meant I couldn't (still can't) watch Daily Show on its website, even though I don't even buy cable TV! (Fortunately I was able to work-around with Hulu.) Just the usual nonsense in this poorly regulated industry.