Moving? How to Find the Best Internet Service Providers in Your New City
Are you moving? If so, you may be puzzling over how to find a new Internet service provider in the city you are moving to. For instance, let’s say you live in Saint Louis but are moving to Los Angeles. Perhaps you have Charter Cable Internet service in your present home. But is it available in L.A.? If not, what companies are? How can you go about finding them?
One of the simplest solutions is to go onto the Internet and do a search for Internet service providers. You probably need to localize your search a little more to include your new area. So you might include your new zip code, or you might do a search for “Internet service providers in my area: Manhattan Beach, California.” Try to be as specific as possible. If you list only Los Angeles your search will be too wide. By using your new zip code or a specific area of Los Angeles, you will fare much better.
Your search results should lead you to a comparison site. If so, you will find such a site extremely helpful in your search for a new ISP. Comparison sites are a great way to find and compare the various services that are available in your new city. For instance, you may find that both AT&T and Charter are available at your new address. While you know about Charter (since you already use them) you may enjoy reading about the features offered by AT&T. You may then compare the features, benefits and pricing. When you have the ability to compare multiple companies you will not only learn a lot — you will ultimately find the best service for the best price.
When choosing your new Internet service, may we suggest you go for a high-speed connection? Why? Because easy access to the world-wide-web will definitely help you find out about your new home. Let’s look at an example or two and find out why we say this.
Do you like foreign cuisine? In your new home in Los Angeles you might go online and read about Little Saigon, stretching between towns of Westminster and Garden Grove. Or you might look up Little Phnom Penh in Long Beach. These areas are home to thousands of refugees from Viet Nam and Cambodia. In fact, when you visit either of these locations you will feel like you are in a foreign land! But why not first scope them out online first? You can watch videos on YouTube, look at Google Images, pull up restaurant menus, look at maps, read blog reports — well, there is no end to the online resources that will help you find out about your new home!
Want to go star-gazing? You can either go online and visit the Griffith Observatory, or you can download maps to the homes of the stars — the movie stars, that is!
How about going to a famous Hollywood landmark restaurant? Perhaps Musso & Frank’s, the Hotel Bel Air, Spago or Dan Tana’s are to your liking. Look up the directions online. Maybe you would like to try a world famous Pink’s hot dog. Why not look it up online first (you may be surprised when you see a picture of this landmark cafe!)
You will find it will pay in spades when you do the necessary homework in order to find the best online connection in your new city. Just think about it — when you have a dependable high-speed connection, you will have the whole area surrounding your new home at your fingertips!