Dallas Residential Internet Coverage
If you live in the Dallas–Fort Worth (DFW) metro area, chances are you’ve got access to broadband internet speeds of at least 25 Mbps. That’s great news since 21% of the US can’t stream Cowboys games at those speeds—you’re one of the lucky ones.
Dallas, Fort Worth, and many of the area’s suburbs are covered by AT&T and Spectrum. But you may find you have a few more Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to choose from depending on which neighborhood or suburb you live in. Not that those aren’t good choices—AT&T usually offers lower-priced plans and Spectrum’s internet service comes with no data caps.
(Arlington Heights, Crestwood, Linwood, Monticello, Ridgmar, and Westover Hills)
Along with AT&T and Spectrum, certain neighborhoods in Fort Worth can get their fill of all things internet with Windstream. Or get their fill with a juicy Cowtown Deluxe burger from Kincaid’s.