Google Will Now Tell You The Best Internet Providers In Your Area





Are you struggling to find a good internet provider in your area? Good news Google is here to help with a report that will show you the best internet providers in your area.

The Google Video Quality Report will show you which internet service provider in your area that has the best connection to YouTube. You can also see how often each provider was able to offer HD video vs SD video.

It may not surprise you to find out that cable internet is often the best, according to Google. What may surprise you is the number of options in your area and the fact that there are very minimal differences depending on where you live.

After checking the last three cities, I have lived in across three different states, Comcast was always the best for my house. However, the difference was sometimes small. For example, in Michigan, Comcast offered HD streaming 83% of the time, and AT&T offered HD streaming 82% of the time.

The one thing missing from this report, likely because of the new nature of the services, is wireless services. You won’t find T-Mobile home internet, Verizon Wireless home internet, or SpaceX, for example.

In the end, for most people, all of these internet options will meet your needs, but if you want to know the best internet in your area, this is one way to find out.

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