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Fort Worth Residential Internet Coverage
Located within one of the largest metropolitan areas of Texas, Fort Worth enjoys service from many local and national internet service providers.
Centurylink Prism and Frontier FiOS both bring fiber to the city of Fort Worth. Centurylink Prism has a limited network, but it can expand in coming years. Frontier FiOS is currently available in part of the Far North neighborhood of Fort Worth.
DSL is offered through AT&T, as is fiber. The DSL coverage map is slightly larger, covering all of Fort Worth and surrounding neighborhoods.
Certain Fort Worth neighborhoods are served by Frontier Communications, including part of Far Northwest Fort Worth and part of the Far West neighborhood.
Through Windstream, customers in the Arlington Heights area have access to high-speed internet. This central neighborhood is joined by Wedgwood and Far Southwest.
Time Warner Cable serves the eastern edges of Fort Worth, including Far North, Northeast, Eastside, South East, and Sycamore neighborhoods. Additionally, Charter offers coverage to all of Fort Worth, with the exception of part of Eastside.
Local provider North Texas Broadband has a service area that stretches from Sycamore and Far South to Far Southwest.
OneSource Communications brings internet service to part of Far West, Northside, North East, and Southside.
Centrally located neighborhoods, including West Cliff, Western Hills, and Southside are covered by multiple internet service providers. As they say, everything in Texas is bigger, and this is very true with the amount of ISP options.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Fort Worth
AT&T offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Windstream offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Grande Communications offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
NextLink offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps