DSL Options for Colorado

by H. Maria Perry Google
Residents of Colorado have numerous DSL options to connect to the Internet.

Residents of Colorado have numerous DSL options to connect to the Internet.

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Residents of Colorado have several options when choosing a DSL service provider. National companies, as well as regional providers, serve virtually every corner of Colorado. Most DSL service provides offer free email, free on-line storage and a free modem and wireless router. Basic DSL Internet service is an average of 1.5 Mpbs to 7 Mbps, with higher speeds available in most areas of Colorado. Prices are as of this publishing date.


Qwest offers DSL service statewide and entices new customers with a low price of $19.99 per month for six months on any Internet speed when services are bundled with cable and home telephone. Qwest provides DSL service using fiber-optic connections for speeds from 1.5 Mbps to 40 Mbps. Upload speeds are as fast as 5 Mbps. Wireless router and modem are optional for wireless home networking.


Charter offers high speed Internet connections to residents of Colorado starting at $19.95 per month. The express DSL service is fast, with speeds up to 12 Mbps. Customers receive a $79.95 Ubee cable modem and a $50 wireless router for home networking, free after a mail-in rebate. All ports on the modem are activated for customer convenience and flexibility when installing home computer equipment.

MHO Networks

MHO Networks is a regional DSL provider that operates and services the Denver metropolitan area. MHO Networks offers customers 1.5 Mbps standard DSL residential service. Month-to-month service is $19.95. Two free email addresses, 30 megabytes of on-line storage and free technical support is provided with the service. Customers can save money and pay only $15.75 per month by making a 12-month service commitment. A $10 early termination fee applies.


Comcast is a national service provider, offering DSL services statewide for Colorado residential and business accounts. Bundled services include home phone, Internet and cable television services for $99 per month for the first six months. High speed DSL Internet service alone is $19.99 a month for the first 6 months. The cost increases to $34.95 after the first 6 months. The modem and router are free after a mail-in rebate.

Time Warner

Time Warner Cable provides service to Englewood and Gunnison, Colorado. High speed DSL Internet customers pay $34.95 per month for a 10 Mbps connection. The $40.00 wireless router is free after mail-in rebate. Time Warner also offers a bundled service package with cable television and home phone service for $124.85 per month.

About the Author

H. Maria Perry (Bascom) has been a writer and blogger since 2008. She is a contributing editor to "Pink Panther Magazine," as well as a professional photographer, visual artist and poet. Bascom holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from Morehead State University and a J.D. from the University of Louisville.

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