Internet Providers in Nashville, TN
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Residential Internet Statistics for Nashville, TN
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Top Internet Providers in 37215:
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As of 2021, the top internet providers for most residents in Nashville are AT&T and Xfinity. As two of the largest internet providers in the country, they cover approximately 98 percent of Nashville households.
Fastest Internet Providers in Nashville
AT&T and Xfinity are the fastest providers for most Nashville residents. AT&T comes in two forms: AT&T Internet, a DSL service offering up to 100 Mbps download speeds, and AT&T Fiber, which offers the fastest plan, with download and upload speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps.
Xfinity has faster download speeds — up to 1,200 Mbps — but the upload speeds top out at 35 Mbps.
Google Fiber offers the fastest home internet plans in Nashville by far. The fastest Google Fiber plan provides 2,000 Mbps download speeds and 1,000 Mbps upload speeds. The service, however, is available only in scattered areas of East Nashville, near Vanderbilt University, and slightly south of West Nashville.
These are just advertised speeds, though, and actual speeds can vary greatly based on many factors, including location. Nationally, Google Fiber’s average download speed is 483 Mbps, while Xfinity’s reported average speed is 380 Mbps and AT&T’s is 510 Mbps.
Cheapest Internet in Nashville
If you are looking for the lowest monthly price for internet in Nashville, then Xfinity’s 50 Mbps plan is the best option at $19.99 per month. AT&T Fiber’s cheapest plan is $35 per month for download speeds of up to 300 Mbps. AT&T Fiber is the cheaper provider for gigabit speed though. Its prices start at $60 per month, while Xfinity starts at $79.99 per month for gigabit.
Comparing AT&T and Xfinity
If you want the best deal on internet-only plans, then AT&T Fiber is the best choice. If you want to bundle internet and TV service with one provider, then Xfinity is the better option.
Both Xfinity and AT&T use their own in-house phone services for bundling, but only Xfinity offers its own cable TV bundles. AT&T partners with DirecTV and HBO Max for its entertainment bundles. You can generally expect to pay at least $50 more per month for a bundled plan from Xfinity and at least $70 more per month with AT&T, depending on the package you choose.
Digital Equity Programs in Nashville
Xfinity from Comcast is the driving force behind free Wi-Fi access and affordable internet in Nashville. The COVID-19 pandemic encouraged Xfinity to open its Wi-Fi hotspots to the public, allowing residents to access any of Xfinity’s hotspots in Nashville. Low-income residents may qualify for Xfinity’s Internet Essentials or the Tennessee Lifeline Discount program to get low-cost internet.
Internet Statistics for Nashville, Tennessee
Known as America’s Music City, Nashville ranks as Tennessee’s 19th most internet-connected city. Attributed to the city’s ever-growing population of up-and-coming music acts, students, and young families, Nashville’s internet ranking leads neighboring cities like ahead of Antioch, Madison, Hermitage, Whites Creek, and Old Hickory. While there are 15 internet providers servicing the city in total—Xfinity, AT&T Internet and AT&T Fiber with the greatest coverage availability—there are still people in Nashville have access to only one or no wired internet connections. Nevertheless, Nashville’s booming music industry and growing population fueled by southern charm make it a strong contender to call home.
Internet Provider Store Locations in Nashville
1.4% of consumers in Nashville5,000 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.
Map of ISPs in Nashville
Frequently Asked Questions About Internet in Nashville, Tennessee
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