Verizon Fios plans are different from Verizon High Speed Internet and Verizon 5G Home Internet because they use a fiber connection, whereas the others use DSL and fixed wireless, respectively. While Verizon Fios offers fewer plans, it doesn’t require annual contracts.
As one of the largest cable internet providers in the U.S., Astound Broadband Powered by RCN internet plans are more affordable and also don’t require contracts or have data caps. Plans are under $50, but availability is limited compared to Verizon Fios.
Overall, both providers offer competitive download speeds of up to 940 Mbps, so no matter which one you choose, you’ll have high-speed internet options.