Easy to Use US Broadband and Wireless Provider Search Service from FiberOpticInternet.com
PR Log - Jun 29, 2012 - Easy to Use New US Broadband and Wireless Services Search Service Now Available from FiberOpticInternet.com
Wondering which providers in your area offer broadband or wireless internet services, and who has the best speeds? There is now a new online search service from FiberOpticInternet.com that can help you find out in seconds.
With so many broadband and wireless internet service providers out there, it can be hard to know who to go to and what kind of speeds you can expect. While one company may offer a great deal, this is no use if they don't cover your area, or if the coverage you'd be getting is a lot slower than advertised. All of the big companies offer competitive deals and rates, but deciding what works best for you in terms of tariff is only part of the decision when it comes to signing up for broadband or mobile internet.
First, you need to stop wasting time filling in your details on broadband provider websites that don't even cover your area.
The best way to make an informed choice is to carry out a search with an unbiased third party, and now, FiberOpticInternet.com allows users across the country to do just that, in seconds, and at no cost. The service is easy to use and completely free, and you don't have to sign up or give out any personal data to access it – you simply go to:
and enter either your zip code or street address. The site will then return the available providers in your area and both their advertised speeds and the typical speeds experienced in your location. It also gives you links to their sites so you can go through and sign up with your chosen provider from the search results.
The search sets out the results between broadband, and wireless broadband, so you can not only see the best provider to use at home but also who best to go with for data services on your smartphone and tablet devices in your area. It searches all of the major broadband and wireless service providers like ComCast, CenturyLink, Verizon and Sprint, so once you have used the tool to check availability and speed you will know who to look at to compare prices and packages.
With broadband speeds varying so dramatically between areas with the same provider, this tool helps you to get past the marketing and see what you can really hope to get from the companies serving your region.