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You’ve seen numerous stories and posts touting the advantages of Four State Fiber’s 100% fiber-optic network. Have you been curious about the difference between Four States Fiber’s internet and other so-called high-speed internet options. The answer is simple: world-class fiber internet from Four States Fiber delivers robust, reliable, and lightning-fast internet speeds for both downloads and uploads – which means no delays or interruptions, even when streaming media, sharing files, or videoconferencing.

Four States Fiber offers three different speed packages: 100 megabits (Mbps) per second symmetrical upload and download speeds for $49.95 per month, 250 megabits (Mbps) per second symmetrical upload and download speeds for $64.95 per month, and 1,000 Mbps (1 Gigabit) per second upload and download speeds for $79.95 per month.

How do you know which speed you need? Our comparison table gives you some options to help you decide. In general, the 100 Mbps package is right for standard households with several devices connected. The Gigabit package is better for power users, allowing households to stream content from multiple devices or play online games with no lag or interruptions. To compare, the average cable internet speed is about 10 Mbps, and our minimum package provides 100 Mbps. The difference is immediately noticeable when streaming, using smart home devices, and downloading and uploading files. For both packages, data is always unlimited, without caps or throttling speed, so you don’t have to worry about overages or unexpected charges.

While our fiber-to-the-home network provides the fastest home internet connection available, there are some things you can do to maximize your fiber speed:

  • Use your devices in near proximity to the router. Staying within 100 feet of your router will increase your Wi-Fi speed. Keep your router off the floor and out of closets and cabinets.
  • Ensure that walls or other solid objects aren’t blocking your Wi-Fi signal. Wi-Fi networks use a radio signal that can be blocked or weakened by any number of construction materials: cinder block, concrete, metal… even wood and drywall.
  • Check the age of your devices. More often than not, newer phones, computers, and tablets are capable of supporting faster internet speeds than their older counterparts.

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