How Do I Get High Speed Internet Without Phone Service?

by Tim Mammadov

When it comes to high-speed Internet, you have a few options, such as cable, DSL or satellite ISPs (Internet service providers). Only cable and satellite do not require a phone line for connection. However, satellite is usually used only in rural or remote areas where cable service is not available. Cable, on the other hand, is the most popular way to connect to the Web. You can compare the local high-speed Internet providers on numerous websites offering such service.

Broadband Internet Providers

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Go to the Broadband Internet Service Providers website linked in References.

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Scroll down the page to see the listings under "Cable Internet Providers" and "Satellite Internet Providers."

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After you have compared the options, click the links for corresponding providers in each section to go to the provider's website. Then contact the ISP for installation.

HighSpeed

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Go to the HighSpeed website linked in References. Enter your address in the online form and click "Submit."

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Click "Continue" in the pop-up requesting your phone number.

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Scroll through the list of available cable and satellite providers. After comparing the options, click on the corresponding link to go to the provider's website and order the service.

BroadbandInfo

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Go to the BroadbandInfo website, click on the drop-down menu under "Find Local Deals by State" and select your state.

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Check the available high-speed Internet options.

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After comparing all options, click on the corresponding provider's link to go to the provider's website and contact the ISP for service installation.

About the Author

Writing out of Los Angeles, Tim Mammadov has been a professional writer since 2010. The majority of his articles are related to computer troubleshooting and spyware protection. Mammadov graduated from the University of Maryland, majoring in finance.

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