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Internet Service Providers in Wyoming


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Households

In Wyoming, the aggregate number of households is 279,863

 

Median Income

Households in the state of Wyoming have a median income of $59,662.

 

Population

The total population in the state of Wyoming is 591,531

 

DSL Technology

Approximately 81.74% of consumers in the state of Wyoming have access to DSL internet

 

Fiber Technology

Approximately 10.89% of consumers in the state of Wyoming have access to fiber-optic internet.

 

Cable Technology

Approximately 73.52% of consumers in the state of Wyoming have access to cable internet.

 

Wireless Technology

Approximately 98.58% of consumers in the state of Wyoming have access to mobile broadband internet.

 

Average upload speed

For residents in the state of Wyoming, the state-wide average upload speed is 5 Mbps

 

Average download speed

For residents in the state of Wyoming, the state-wide average download speed is 8 Mbps.

Internet Service Providers Wyoming

Choosing the Best Internet Service in Wyoming

The Internet services available in Wyoming work differently, and before you decide on a particular service provider, you should understand how the different connections work. When shopping for high-speed Internet services, you have a variety of options to choose from. A few well-known services are satellite, fiber optic, cable and DSL. Although the wide range of choices can be confusing, consumers benefit from increased competition among service providers. The download speeds available from different services are increasing while the price continues to drop. For the average consumer, the increased competition results in better deals. The downside of being able to choose from many different providers is confusion.

Fortunately, MyRatePlan makes it easier for customers to find excellent deals on high-speed Internet in Wyoming. MyRatePlan compares many different DSL, satellite and cable Internet providers, so consumers don't need to spend too much time trying to find the best deals. There are many consumers who want to find an Internet service that is compatible with their television or telephone service, and by entering a ZIP code into our tool, it's possible to search for compatible services.

MyRatePlan even has a dedicated section for business Internet providers, which is a useful feature for business owners. Many consumers want to test the connection speed of their Internet service, and MyRatePlan offers a tool that makes testing quick and easy. The Internet speed tool can run without Flash or Java, so it's compatible with a wide range of devices.

Cable Internet in Wyoming

Cable Internet Services in Wyoming

Several different companies offer cable Internet in Wyoming, and these companies also offer television and phone services to consumers. Cable companies are different than other providers because they use a physical network. Depending on the company, the network that is used to deliver high-speed Internet might be made of fiber-optic or coaxial cables. When a consumer uses cable Internet, a physical connection is created between the consumers and company. For the connection to work, a cable modem must be installed inside of the customer's home, and the modem uses bandwidth from TV channels to deliver an Internet connection. The broadband comparison tool at MyRatePlan makes it easy for consumers to find cable Internet providers.

The reason why cable Internet is easily bundled with television service is because it requires only a small amount of bandwidth. Almost all of the cable companies in Wyoming offer bundles for their services, which help customers save money. The Internet service uses the same cables as the television, so it can be added to an existing package. Once a modem is installed, the customer can begin using a high-speed Internet connection. One of the major benefits of cable Internet is that long distances don't affect the quality of the connection. When consumers get a high-speed Internet connection in Wyoming, they benefit from the physical connection that is established, and cable Internet service can be very beneficial when users don't have to share the connection with others.

The only problem with cable Internet is that it's affected by nearby users. The physical connection for the Internet signal is shared with other subscribers, so it's not always the fastest connection when it's shared with several other subscribers. If a cable subscriber is sharing a connection with many other subscribers, the speed of the connection can suffer, and it can take longer to download large files or stream HD movies. MyRatePlan offers several useful tools, and consumers can look at pricing for a variety of different services.

Compare Fiber Optic Providers in Wyoming

Compare Fiber Optic Internet Service in Wyoming

A newer option that consumers have in certain regions is fiber-optic Internet, and in many areas, it's the fastest option available. Many providers offer fiber-optic Internet to consumers, and it's commonly called FiOS Internet. A fiber-optic network is very similar to a cable network, but the material inside of the cables is different, so it's capable of providing faster speeds. Use MyRatePlan's ZIP code tool to see if fiber optic Internet service is available in your area.

Compare DSL Internet Providers in Wyoming

Selecting the Best DSL Internet Service in Wyoming

A digital subscriber line (DSL) is different from cable Internet in that it utilizes the phone line to create an Internet connection rather than a cable line. A telephone line has extra bandwidth that isn't needed to make telephone calls, and it is this extra bandwidth that is used by the DSL connection to provide high-speed Internet to the home, apartment, or other residence. Similar to cable Internet, DSL requires a user to connect to the Internet via a modem.

Even though a DSL customer must use the phone line to access the Internet, it's possible to make telephone calls and access the Internet simultaneously. One of the interesting features of DSL is that it's not a shared line like a cable Internet line, which means a customer may enjoy a more consistent speed than with cable Internet, even if the top available speed is lower than local Wyoming cable Internet options.

DSL works best when the home receiving Internet service is reasonably close to the service provider's local office. Therefore, if a home or apartment isn't close to the Wyoming DSL service provider's office, cable Internet or another high-speed Internet option may offer a better experience and higher maximum speed. In addition, anyone who doesn't have a landline and relies on their cell phone for calling will need to set up home telephone service to use DSL.

Find Satellite Internet Service Providers in Wyoming

Satellite Internet Service Providers in Wyoming

Another type of Internet service provider in Wyoming is satellite Internet, which provides access through a satellite dish. Customers using satellite Internet connect a home modem to the dish. An orbiting satellite sends frequencies received by the dish, which transmits them to the modem. This transmission of frequencies allows a local customer to have an Internet connection.

In Wyoming, satellite Internet is not a highly-used option. On the other hand, in rural and remote areas, satellite can be an essential option for an Internet connection. Cable and telephone companies may not provide traditional service to these areas. If cable or DSL services are available at all, the distance from the providers' offices may mean insufficient or low-quality connections. Customers subscribing to satellite Internet will need to install a satellite dish that faces the equator. If you already have a satellite dish or are in a rural or remote area, satellite Internet could be an excellent choice. MyRatePlan can point out the satellite services available in the area.