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Internet Providers in Springdale, Washington

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Home Internet in Springdale, WA

  • 1. Viasat
    Speeds Up To
    10 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 2. HughesNet
    Speeds Up To
    100 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 3. CenturyLink
    Speeds Up To
    10 Mbps
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    Connection: DSL
    Availability: 6.2%
  • 4. Verizon
    Speeds Up To
    50 Mbps
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    Connection: 5G Internet
    Availability: 8%
  • NeuBeam
    Speeds Up To
    30 Mbps
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    Connection: Fixed Wireless
    Availability: 82.2%
  • AIR-PIPE
    Speeds Up To
    30 Mbps
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    Connection: Fixed Wireless
    Availability: 21.9%
  • Starlink
    Download Speeds:
    50 - 220 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%

Best Internet Provider In Springdale, WA

Viasat Internet dominates the internet service scene in Springdale, Washington, offering a satellite connection that blankets the entire town. This exceptional coverage provides download speeds peaking at 10 Mbps, comes at $49.99 per month, and makes Viasat an affordable and reliable option despite it posting the lowest speed among the top trio.

Hughesnet, another satellite provider, ranks second and covers Springdale wholly. Hughesnet provides faster speeds than Viasat, reaching a maximum download speed of 25 Mbps. Notably, Hughesnet matches Viasat's monthly starting price of $49.99, offering faster service for the same cost.

Starlink, the third internet service provider, also covers the whole town through satellite connection. Although it charges more — $90 per month — Starlink compensates for its higher cost with higher download speeds of between 50 and 220 Mbps.

Overall, Springdale's internet availability breaks down as follows: 5% DSL coverage, zero cable or fiber coverage, and an impressive 83% fixed wireless coverage. Additionally, all three providers offer total satellite coverage. That means even areas where DSL, cable, or fiber fall short, satellite steps in, reflecting the providers' dedication to full community access to the internet.

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