Internet Providers in Granville, Tennessee

Most Popular Internet Providers in Granville, Tennessee:

Showing 1 to 3 Providers

  • 1. 1. Viasat
    100% Available
    100%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    50 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
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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
    View HughesNet Details
    • 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. Twin Lakes Telephone
    100% Available
    100%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    1000 Mbps
    Download
    500 Mbps
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    • Fiber
    • Internet Plans: 3
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 50-1000mbps
    • Connection: Fiber
    • Price Range: $49.99 - $79.99
  • 1. 1. Verizon
    88.3% Available
    88.3%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    10 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
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    • Deal
    • Mobile Broadband
    • Internet Plans: 2
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 0-10mbps
    • Connection: Mobile Broadband
    • Price Range: $55 - $65
    Deal
    There are 2 active deals on select plans from this provider
  • 2. 2. T-Mobile
    83.9% Available
    83.9%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    6 Mbps
    Download
    1.5 Mbps
    Upload
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    • Deal
    • Mobile Broadband
    • Internet Plans: 3
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 0-6mbps
    • Connection: Mobile Broadband
    • Price Range: $60 - $85
    Deal
    There are 2 active deals on select plans from this provider
  • 3. 3. AT&T Wireless
    77.9% Available
    77.9%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    10 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
    Upload
    View AT&T Wireless Details
    • Mobile Broadband
    • Internet Plans: 2
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 0-10mbps
    • Connection: Mobile Broadband
    • Price Range: $50 - $75
  • 4. 4. U.S. Cellular
    35.3% Available
    35.3%

    Available

    Speeds up to:
    6 Mbps
    Download
    3 Mbps
    Upload
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    • Mobile Broadband
    • Internet Plans: 5
    • Internet & TV Bundles: 0
    • Speed Range: 0-6mbps
    • Connection: Mobile Broadband
    • Price Range: $55 - $160

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Internet Access in Granville, Tennessee

Currently, there are 3 providers in Granville with residential connections, and a total of 7 including specialized business and mobile providers.

According to the latest government reports, 100 percent of Granville residents are limited to a single option for wired Internet.

The information listed here is primarily sourced via provider coverage reports, and is through privatized databases and direct provider reporting to create more useful resources than can be accessed through the FCC directly. Speed and pricing data is sourced by manually collecting thousands of plans each year.

Taking a look now at network technology with significant infrastructure already built around the Granville area, we see that the most prevalent physical wire broadband Internet tech varieties are Satellite and Fiber, with virtually one hundred percent and close to one hundred percent respectively. Fiber uses newer, more modern Fiber-optical lines, which are made of thousands of glass or plastic strands which send Internet data as light. Some fiber connections switch to to copper connections in the "last mile." Coaxial technology can downgrade performance, but they are almost always a grade higher than cable or DSL.

According to the latest FCC filings and direct provider reports, Viasat Internet and HughesNet are the strongest providers in Granville so far as coverage. As the interactive maps below illustrate, these ISPs often compete at addresses in different blocks around Granville.

Internet Statistics 2021

400 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 Granville, Tennessee

Provider Speed Type Time To Download 1 GB Availability
Twin Lakes Telephone 1,000 Mbps Fiber 8s 100.0%
Viasat Internet 50 Mbps Satellite 2m 43s 100.0%
HughesNet 25 Mbps Satellite 5m 27s 100.0%

Internet Provider Competition Map For Granville

Granville Internet Competition Map. Click for interactive map.
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Granville is the 494th most connected city in Tennessee behind Carthage, Gordonsville, Baxter, Pleasant Shade, and Gainesboro.

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

Approximately 2 people in Jackson 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.

Fiber Availability: 100% of people living in Granville have residential fiber service available to them.

Fiber coverage data is sourced from FCC Form 477 filings and cross-validated through BroadbandNow with private datasets and direct provider reporting.

Data Caps in Granville

Data from our researchers suggests that popular ISPs in the area place some sort of limit on streaming on residential broadband connections. Data caps are disliked because users see caps as a strategy for limiting streaming. Providers explain they are a reasonable strategy for managing network traffic. In either case, the culprit is video streaming, which easily eats up one to seven Gigabytes per hour.