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With the proliferation of apps and services that allow you to stream your favourite TV shows and movies, and with the ever-expanding variety of apps to use for online gaming and streaming services, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find a decent broadband provider.
Now, it looks like you won’t need to, thanks to a new report from Broadband Hub.
BroadbandHub.com, a website that focuses on broadband providers, reports that there are nearly 1,200 broadband providers in the United States, covering a total of more than 3.2 billion households.
That’s up from just over 1,100 in January 2016, when Broadbandhub.com first launched.
BroadBandHub.tv is an aggregator that aggregates data from broadband providers’ websites and apps to provide an easy-to-use comparison of the best broadband providers across the country.
To get a more comprehensive list of broadband providers for your area, you’ll need to do a little digging, of course.
While BroadbandHome and BroadbandCenter.com have a handy list of the top providers, you’re more likely to find the sites and apps listed by ISPs’ parent companies, the cable companies, or the telephone companies.
The sites and sites will vary by provider, but they’re all in the broadband area.
The companies listed are: Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter Communications, CenturyLink, Bright House Networks, Comcast Xfinity, and Frontier Communications.
There are also a few other companies that aren’t listed, but you’ll want to check those out.
For example, while Comcast is listed on the list of major cable companies and Charter is listed as an ISP, both companies are technically not part of the same company.
As for the other major ISPs, you can also use the sites to get a list of which of their own sites are offering a broadband plan.
For the rest of the providers, the sites may be slightly different, so you’ll probably want to use the search tool to get the most up-todate information.
In the US, the ISPs listed in the report are: Cox Communications, Time-Warner Cable, Charter, Centurylink, and Verizon.
If you don’t want to look at the sites themselves, there’s a handy tool that lets you browse through the providers’ various broadband offerings and check out their websites.