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Wanna dig into the fine print? Done. We cover the pros and cons, highlight any gotchas, and help you pinpoint which plan is the best deal with our expert reviews.
Not sure what channels you need, how much mobile data you should get, or how fast your internet should be? We’re here to help. Our experts crafted quick guides to help you decide.
What are the best TV, internet, and cell phone providers?
For internet and traditional TV service, finding the best providers in your area depends on where you live. That’s why we use your zip code to help narrow down your search into a personalized list.
But in general, these are the mobile, TV, and internet providers our experts gave two thumbs up.
The best TV, internet, and cell phone providers in the US
Provider and service type
Monthly price range
|Best value||$19.99–$79.99*||Max download speed: 1,000 Mbps||View Plans|
|Best fiber prices and speeds||$49.99–$119.99†||Max download speed: Up to 940 Mbps||View Plans|
|Best satellite internet||$30–$169.99‡||Max download speed: 100 Mbps||View Plans|
|Best all-around satellite TV||$69.99–$104.99^||Max channels: 290+||View Plans|
|Best cable TV||$49.99–$59.99°||Max channels: 220+||View Plans|
|Best fiber TV||$55–$110**||Max channels: 425+||View Plans|
|Best cell phone coverage||$70–$90/mo||Up to 75 GB data softcap||View Plans|
|Best wireless speed performance||$60–$85/mo||50 GB data softcap||View Plans|
|Best family plan||$40/mo||Speeds slowed during high-traffic hours||View Plans|
|Best mobile + internet bundle||$45/mo||20 GB data softcap||View Plans|
What are the best internet service providers?
Most of us have only a couple of options when it comes to internet, which can make finding a good internet service provider (ISP) difficult.
But our internet experts found that the following ISPs generally provide reliable service for reasonable prices.
What to look for when buying internet
Oh, internet. You’re great when you work, but when you don’t, you’re a nightmare. Here’s what to look for when you shop for internet so you can (hopefully) avoid the “no internet connection” apocalypse.
You might qualify for an internet subsidy. Check out our guide on the Affordable Connectivity Program to see if you qualify and which ISPs participate.
What are the best TV service providers?
If your personalized list of TV providers includes one of these, it’s worth giving them extra consideration.
Why? Because our TV experts found that these particular companies offer something special, whether it’s budget prices, standout channel selection, or other compelling perks.
What to look for when shopping for TV service
Comparing TV providers is like trying to play a game of 52 pickup in the dark. It’s hard to figure out which one has the better channel lineup for a better price. And streaming services make comparison even more difficult with their original shows and ever-changing lineup.
In general, here’s what our TV experts look for when deciding whether or not a TV provider or streaming service offers a good deal:
What are the best cell phone providers?
You’ve likely heard of the big three mobile providers: AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. (RIP Sprint.) But have you heard of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) like Mint Mobile and Tracfone?
Here’s a quick look at how all these cell phone providers stack up, according to our mobile experts.
What to look for when buying a new cell phone plan
Thinking of swapping carriers? Or maybe it’s time to say “¡Adios!” to your parents’ cell phone plan?
Whatever the case, here are the things our experts recommend looking for before you sign up for a new mobile plan.
Here’s what other folks are asking about TV, internet, and cell phone service.
Your service zip code, or the one you’ll want to enter into our zip code tool, is where you hope to get TV, internet, or cell phone service.
If you’re about to move to a new home, make sure you use your new zip code and not your old one.
You can definitely bundle your cell phone, internet, and TV service together. Companies like Xfinity, Spectrum, and Optimum (under Altice Mobile) now offer mobile phone service along with their internet and TV service and will typically give you a large discount for adding a cell phone plan.
We’ve also noticed that Verizon tends to offer discounts if you add one of its cell phone plans to your internet or TV service.
Yes, most providers let you add internet to your existing cable TV service, or vice versa. We suggest calling your provider to see if they’re offering any deals for bundling your services together—sometimes you’ll get a happy surprise when you want to add internet to your TV service.
Some cable companies offer advantages if you bundle their services together. These advantages can include the following:
- Discounts on one or more service
- A combined bill for all services
- Special offers on bundles
- Dealing with one versus multiple companies
If you’re considering bundling services with a cable company, we recommend calling them to see if any special discounts or deals are available.
Verizon Fios Home Internet is a great choice as an internet provider based on customer satisfaction surveys, reliability, and some intensely fast internet speeds. Our internet experts regularly recommend it as one of their top choices due to all these factors, and we’ve covered them all in our Verizon Fios Home Internet review.
The cost for bundling your Verizon Fios Home Internet with its Fios TV service ranges from $89.99 to $169.99 a month, depending on the internet speed you choose and which TV channel package you select.
Our experts recommend 100 Mbps download speeds as a good starting point for most families. Of course, what you do online and who you share your internet with may mean you need more speed—or that you can get away with less.
Take a peek at our internet speed guide for ways to calculate just how much internet speed you need.
How much cell phone data you need depends on what you do with your phone while not on Wi-Fi. We’ve got some easy tips and tricks to figure out how much mobile data you need—you might even save a buck or two if you don’t need unlimited data.
The wireless carriers that use Verizon’s network include the following:
- Visible Wireless
- Xfinity Mobile
- Reach Mobile
- Lively! (formerly Greatcall)
- Total Wireless
- Page Plus
- Red Pocket
- Straight Talk
- US Mobile
- Pix Wireless
Swapping from another cell phone carrier to Verizon might seem daunting, but it’s usually pretty easy. Your best bet is to pop into a Verizon Wireless store and have one of the service reps help you. Make sure you bring the following items with you:
- Your name and address
- The account number on your old carrier’s bill
- Your old password or PIN
- Your cell phone’s ESN/IMEI number (usually found on the back of your phone or under the battery)
And don’t forget to back up all the family photos, sweet text messages, and voice memos on your old phone just in case! (Heads up: Voicemails normally don’t transfer.)
Although Sprint is now part of T-Mobile, some providers still use its network. Here’s a list of wireless carriers that currently use or previously used Sprint’s network:
- Gen Mobile (now on T-Mobile)
- Tello Mobile (now on T-Mobile)
- Boost Mobile (now on T-Mobile)
- CREDO Mobile (now on Verizon)
- Red Pocket (now on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon)
- Twigby (now on Verizon)
- Ting (now on T-Mobile)
- Pix Wireless (now on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon)
- Tracfone (now on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon)
- TextNow (likely on T-Mobile)
- Republic Wireless (now on T-Mobile)
- Net10 Wireless (now on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon)
- Google Fi (now on T-Mobile and US Cellular)
- Straight Talk (now on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon)
- Virgin Mobile (no longer operating)