Depending on where exactly you’re located within Buckeye’s coverage area, you may have a few different alternatives to choose from. Some of Buckeye’s biggest competitors include Xfinity, CenturyLink, and Spectrum. In general, Buckeye offers a better value at the lower tiers, but as speeds rise, Buckeye quickly becomes a worse value than the competition, even at the introductory prices.
Canceling Buckeye Broadband can be expensive. The service requires a contract, which means early termination fees. In Buckeye’s case, that’s $25 for every month remaining in your contract term. Contracts can range from 6–36 months, depending on the package and promotion you go with, so be sure to clarify your contract length with your sales rep before signing.
Disclaimer: Availability and pricing are subject to location. Conditions apply. For offer details, visit the provider's website.
The HughesNet Gen5 service plans are designed to deliver download speeds of 25 Mbps and upload speeds of 3 Mbps, but individual customers may experience different speeds at different times of the day. Speeds and uninterrupted use are not guaranteed and may vary based on a variety of factors including: the configuration of your computer, the number of concurrent users, network or Internet congestion, the capabilities and content of the websites you are accessing, network management practices as deemed necessary, and other factors. When you connect to the HughesNet service using Wi-Fi, your experience will vary based on your proximity to the Wi-Fi source and the strength of the signal.