Best Internet Providers in Clayton, CA for March, 2020


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AT&T
3.6971

Reviews

  • Can support an entire home's worth of devices simultaneously
  • Share videos and photos with friends and family instantly with the fastest upload and download speeds
  • Enjoy a professional grade online gaming experience
  • Stream whenever you want as much as you want
  • Save money with some of the best gigabit internet in the industry
Sonic
4642

Reviews

  • Sonic has expanded into the fiber market with service currently being isolated to Northern California
  • Sonic has 25 years of history, providing stellar service and protecting its customers’ data
  • Sonic is an ethically conscientious company who have stood up to multiple unjust court orders
Xfinity
2.9704

Reviews

  • The nation’s largest internet network within 40 states and with over 100 million subscribers
  • A long history as an internet provider having started in 1996
  • Xfinity WiFi available across one million hotspots for customers subscribed to the “Performance” tier or better
ViaSat
2.92067

Reviews

  • Built for rural areas without access to DSL, cable, or fiber lines
  • All that’s need to connect is a clear line of sight to the southern sky
  • Multiple plans with multiple speeds to meet any lifestyle and budget
  • Free standard installation on all new orders
HughesNet
2.42064

Reviews

  • HughesNet has coverage in all fifty states
  • All that is needed to connect is a clear line of sight to the southern sky
  • With Multiple packages available, there’s an option for any household
  • All plans offer No Hard Data Limits
  • All plans offer 25 Mbsp Download and 3 Mbsp Upload

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DSL Coverage

84.20%

A Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is a method of connecting to the internet through an existing telephone line. Faster and more reliable than dial-up, DSL has been the choice for most Americans ever since it gained traction in the late 1990’s. Seeing as all that’s needed is a telephone line, most households and businesses will have some form of DSL to choose from.

Cable Coverage

80.09%

Using the same infrastructure as cable television, cable internet access has quickly grown in popularity among ISPs and consumers alike. Generally offering faster speeds than a DSL line, it’s often the first choice when looking to use the internet for things such as streaming, gaming, or just visiting some of your favorite sites.

Fixed Wireless Coverage

0.79%

Fixed wireless is a form of internet that uses directional radio antennas to connect to your home or business. Great for areas that don’t have access to cable, DSL, or fiber, it allows you to have internet access without the often prohibitory price tag that getting those lines laid would cost.

Summary of School Districts in Clayton, CA

DistrictGradesMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Mount Diablo Unified School DistrictKG - 121.00 Gbps257.09 MbpsCable, DSL and Fixed Wireless
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Summary of Fastest Internet Providers in Clayton, CA

ProviderMax SpeedAvg SpeedType
Xfinity987.00 Mbps987.00 MbpsCable
Sonic80.00 Mbps46.00 MbpsCopper and DSL
AT&T50.00 Mbps10.15 MbpsDSL
ViaSat30.00 Mbps19.87 MbpsSatellite
HughesNet25.00 Mbps25.00 MbpsSatellite
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Summary of All Internet Providers in Clayton, CA

ProviderTypeCoverageMax SpeedAvg Speed
ViaSatSatellite 92.22%30.00 Mbps19.87 Mbps
HughesNetSatellite 92.22%25.00 Mbps25.00 Mbps
AT&TDSL 84.20%50.00 Mbps10.15 Mbps
XfinityCable 80.09%987.00 Mbps987.00 Mbps
SonicCopper and DSL 4.95%80.00 Mbps46.00 Mbps
Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.