Newburgh, Indiana is located along the Ohio River. Though it's a relatively small town, several companies provide high-speed Internet to Newburgh, offering connections through a cable, satellite or DSL connection. The different types of connections offer a variety of Internet speeds so you can choose and pay for the speed that you need.
Comcast delivers high-speed Internet via a cable connection. You can choose from download speeds between 12 and 20Mbps. You also receive built-in security software to protect your computer from viruses and other online attacks as a subscriber. Comcast offers professional installation for those who choose it, but you can also choose to install the Internet yourself.
Using a satellite connection, HughesNet also offers high-speed Internet to people in Newburgh. Three connection speeds are available: 1Mbps, 1.5Mbps or 2Mbps. Features of an Internet package through HughesNet include multiple email addresses, a customizable start page, technical support and virus and spam filtering.
DSL Internet service is available to customers in Newburgh through AT&T.; AT&T; offers three different download speeds so you can choose the speed you need. The Express package has a download speed of 1.5Mbps, the Pro Internet package has download speeds of 3Mbps and the Elite package has a download speed of 6Mbps. Internet service with AT&T; also includes access to the AT&T; Wi-Fi network so you can access the Internet even away from home.
WildBlue is another company that offers high-speed Internet through a satellite connection. Customers of WildBlue receive a satellite dish and a modem as part of their Internet package. Three different packages are available to customers in Newburgh: Value, Select and Pro. The Value package has download speeds of up to 512Kbps and includes five email addresses. The Select package includes download speeds of up to 1Mbps and five email addresses. The Pro package includes 1.5Mbps download speeds and up to 10 email addresses. Each package also includes spam and virus filtering.
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