Hargray’s high prices make it hard to compete with other internet providers in the same area. That is, unless you value great customer service over low prices.
Hargray vs. Spectrum: Spectrum and Hargray both serve the Savannah area; the suburbs of Birmingham, AL, and Atlanta, GA; and a few other areas. Spectrum is cheaper at nearly every speed, and it offers slower-speed plans at less than half the cost of Hargray’s slowest plan. However, you won’t get the same high level of customer service with Spectrum.
Hargray vs. Windstream: Residents of Savannah, Jacksonville, Birmingham, and central Georgia may have a choice between Hargray and Windstream. Windstream is a better value, especially at higher speed plans. It doesn’t have a 200Mbps plan, but its 500 Mbps plan is cheaper than Hargray’s slowest plan, so go with Windstream and get more speed than you need for less. You’ll also get to skip the contract.
Hargray vs. Xfinity: Residents of the Beaufort area and those in a few other places can choose between Hargray and Xfinity. Xfinity plans are cheaper than Hargray’s at each speed, so Xfinity is the better deal. You won’t get Hargray’s great customer service, though, so if that’s important to you, Hargray might still be the winner here.
Hargray serves four states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Its largest footprint is along the Atlantic coast between Savannah, GA, and Beaufort, SC.
Disclaimer: Availability and pricing are subject to location. Conditions apply. For offer details, visit the provider's website.
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