Internet in Fincastle, Botetourt County, VA ,24090
Star connection has been a leader in Home services for over 20 years. We have been connecting and servicing residential customers with Internet, television, phone, security and automation products. With thousands of satisfied customers Star Connection is the best choice for all your home service needs. We partner with the best services such as Satellite systems from DISH, DirecTV and HughesNet and cable providers like COX and Xfinity. We connect you with the best products at the best prices. Give us a call today and talk to one of our friendly knowledgeable consultants.
Internet type: DSL
Max. Available Speeds 10 Mbps download
1 Mbps upload
CenturyLink is the 3rd largest DSL provider in the United States.CenturyLink offers service in 38 states.CenturyLink offers DSL and fiber internet access.CenturyLink offers service in 7,165 zip codes nationwide.
Internet type: Cable
Max. Available Speeds 1000 Mbps download
35 Mbps upload
Cox have superior equipment compared to other cable competitors.
Internet type: Satellite
Max. Available Speeds 25 Mbps download
3 Mbps upload
HughesNet is the largest satellite provider in the United States. Satellite internet is never mind-blowing, but HughesNet offers consistent speeds across the country, and its service has gotten much better in recent years. HughesNet Gen5 lets you do more of everything you love, wherever you live in contiguous United States, including Alaska! As long as you have a clear view of the Southern sky, you have access faster speeds, more data, and built-in Wi-Fi.
Internet type: DSL
Max. Available Speeds 1.5 Mbps download
0.384 Mbps upload
Verizon offers service in 11 states. The average download speed on Verizon is 3 Mbps. Verizon offers service in 175,171,614 Households. Your best chance of finding Verizon service is in District of Columbia, their largest coverage area. You can also find Verizon in New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, and many others. It is a DSL provider, which means they deliver service through your traditional phone lines. Internet service enters the house through a common phone outlet, which is connected to a DSL modem. From here you can connect your wifi router or use an Ethernet cable.