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Very few Americans install landline phones these days, so we'll focus on "cellphones", which is what mobile phones are called here. There are two main ways of getting a cellphone and cellphone service in the United States:
CELLPHONE SERVICE PROVIDERS IN NYC
Cellphone coverage is ubiquitous across this country's major metro regions but not all service providers are created equal. There are four main businesses in the United States and they each offer trade-offs between the quality of their coverage and their price.
INTERNET IN NYC
Choosing an internet provider in New York is simple since you only have few choices. And depending on the building you live in you may not have any choice: some buildings are only set up for one service provider so you can either take it or leave it.
Time Warner Cable (TWC) is ubiquitous but much hated for their terrible customer service. They've been working to improve the experience recently, however. They offer speeds of up to 300 megabytes per second (Mbps) download and upload on its cable network. Speeds of 100 Mbps are sufficient for most people and cost USD $50 per month when you sign a 1-year contract. TWC has unlimited data usage.
Verizon Fios is very popular for being super fast and for their customer service, but it's not available in every building. Fios has speeds of up to 500 Mbps on its fiber-optic network and costs $60 per month when you sign a 2-year contract; it also has no usage caps.
Xfinity by Comcast, like Fios, is not available everywhere in the city. It offers speeds of up to 150 Mbps. While they don't offer a 100 Mbps plan for comparison to the other providers, their closest plan is 75 Mbps and costs $80 per month.
RCN has speeds up to 330 Mbps. Like Xfinity, they also don't offer a 100 Mbps plan for comparison but their 155 Mbps plan is $45 per month and doesn't require a contract.
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