How do you get high speed (broadband) internet without subscribing to a cable service or AT&T’s DSL?

Richard asked:

I found a great article about saving on cable TV by getting your favorite shows on the internet and using broadcast HD (or SD) TV via an antenna. These are great strategies, but, where I live the main providers of broadband internet are either the phone company or the cable company. I don’t want cable TV or land line phone service. How do I get just broadband internet service?



  1. deqwnfdww
    Posted February 19, 2010 at 3:47 pm | Permalink

    cable internet provider

    Well sir we’d need your city , state location so we can tell you which companies are available in your area .

  2. phil
    Posted February 21, 2010 at 4:48 am | Permalink

    internet service provider

    By “found” you mean you read the article on Yahoo home, right?

    You don’t have to buy phone, tv, and internet to get internet. You can simply sign up for an internet plan through AT&T, Comcast, or whoever you want. Generally companies offer the three package deal because you can save a little money rather than buying them individually.

  3. Kerry Harper
    Posted February 22, 2010 at 11:40 am | Permalink

    high speed satellite

    You still need an Internet service provider. If you don’t like subscribing, then look for a free wireless connection nearby that you can piggybank or ask ur neighbor about connecting to their internet using a cable. If you live in an apartment, there’s a Linksys device that shares internet (Independent). You don’t have to subscribe to ISP with this device.

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