Austin is heaven on Earth for hipsters, barbecue lovers, and music aficionados alike. Whether you’re picking up a taco from a food truck or sipping on an iced coffee at a concert, the Texas capitol is a lively and fun place to live.

Love Austin’s weirdness, but not the headaches of moving in Austin? We’ve got your back. Make moving less of a hassle by letting KonectEaze find broadband providers in Austin for you.

Choose from 15 Austin internet options as you settle into your new place.

  • AT&T: Offering both DSL and fiber options to Austin, AT&T packages range in speeds from 100 Mbps to a whopping 1,000 Mbps.
  • Hughes Net: This satellite internet provider has an average speed of up to 80 Mbps. Hughes Net covers ZIP codes 78714, 78768, and adjacent areas.
  • Spectrum: Spectrum provides high-speed internet via cable lines, offering average speeds of 50 Mbps to most of Austin.
  • Viasat: Viasat covers ZIP codes 78737, 78734, and surrounding areas, with average speeds of 60 Mbps.
  • Earthlink: This DSL provider reaches speeds from 100 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps. It offers high-speed plans to over 90% of the Houston area.
  • Rise Broadband: With speeds up to 15 Mbps, Rise Broadband doesn’t place caps on your monthly data usage.
  • Google Fiber: Google Fiber currently covers 30% of Austin, but it’s growing. This provider offers high-speed, fiber internet with speeds up to 1,000 Mpbs.
  • Grande Communications: Grande offers 3 Austin internet packages and offers 1,000 Mbps download speed with unlimited data.
  • GHz Wireless: Covering 42 ZIP codes in the Austin area, GHz Wireless has speeds up to 50 Mbps.
  • Ranch Wireless: This fixed wireless internet company has speeds up to 25 Mbps and covers most of Austin.
  • VTX: VTX offers fixed wireless service to 42 ZIP codes in Austin, with speeds up to 25 Mbps.
  • Texas Wireless: Ideal for casual internet browsing, Texas Wireless has packages with speeds up to 3 Mbps.
  • SOS Internet: SOS covers 6 Austin ZIP codes with speeds up to 10 Mbps.
  • Suddenlink: Suddenlink’s cable internet service reaches speeds up to 1 Gbps. It also offers unlimited data packages to qualifying residents.
  • Xfinity: Xfinity also offers affordable cable internet, with many packages starting at $35/mo for speeds up to 50 Mbps.
Provider Type Download Speeds up to User Rating
Hughes Net Satellite 25 Mbps 3/5
Spectrum Cable 50 Mbps 3/5
Viasat Satellite 100 Mbps 3/5

Which internet provider has unlimited data?

Data costs will differ by internet provider. In Austin, Viasat may offer unlimited data for certain customers. Get in touch with KonectEaze to see if you qualify for unlimited data.


Who has the best cable and internet service in Austin?

Viasat, Hughes Net, or Spectrum are all great choices. The best broadband and phone deals in Austin come down to your ZIP code and needs.


How much does internet cost in Austin?

Average internet prices are about $40 for Austinites. However, you could pay more or less depending on your provider and package.

How to find the right internet package


Step 1: Choose your internet speed

+5 Mbps
  • Regular browsing
  • Music streaming
  • Best for 1 person
+10 Mbps
  • Video streaming
  • Casual gaming
  • Best for 1-2 people
+20 Mbps
  • Ultra HD streaming
  • Frequent gaming
  • Ideal for 2-4 people
+40 Mbps
  • Simultaneous HD streaming
  • Simultaneous gaming
  • Ideal for 4+ people

Step 2: Decide on the best tech. Providers deliver internet to your new Austin digs in a few ways. Pick the technology that fits with your data needs and location

DSL: internet uses phone cables to deliver internet to your home, but it’s still 10X faster than traditional dial-up.
Cable: Providers use cable lines, which are used for cable TV, to deliver internet to your home.
Satellite: This option is widely available to the Austin area, but it may have slower speeds because of far-traveling signals.
Fiber: The highest-speed option of all, but it isn’t available universally across Austin.

Step 3: Pick a plan

Austinites can choose from 15 providers for high-speed internet service through KonectEaze. Pick a plan that makes the most sense for your internet needs, budget, and area.


Who is the best internet provider in my area?

1 movie (2GB) would take 5 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 1 Min
1 album (60MB) would take 8 Secs
Cable connection. No commitment. 60 Mbps download. 5 Mbps upload. 125+ channels
1 movie (2GB) would take 11 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 2 Mins
1 album (60MB) would take 20 Secs
Download Speed: 25 Mbps. Upload Speed: 3 Mbps. $70/mo (with 2-year commitment). $100/mo after first 3 months.
1 movie (2GB) would take 11 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 2 Mins
1 album (60MB) would take 20 Secs
Download Speed: 25 Mbps. Upload Speed: 3 Mbps. No Hard Data Limit.

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