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The most economical broadband internet option for most people is usually DSL or cable. DSL is normally available within 5 km of the phone company's local central station. Cable is only available where the cable company decides they want to run their lines. For people living in rural locations, there are only two practical alternatives for residential high speed service: radio (or wireless) and satellite. Although ISDN is theoretically possible, it isn't practical for the high cost to receive a low level of service. Radio internet generally costs less and has a higher connectivity speed than satellite but is less commonly available. Satellite internet is available in any location in Canada and the USA.

Radio (or Wireless) Internet Providers

Cellular Internet Providers

Satellite Internet Providers