You won’t find many other cable or fiber internet options available where MaxxSouth is. Mostly, you’ll find DSL or fixed wireless providers, and for the most part, they’ll offer slower speeds at higher prices. But if those aren’t your top concerns, you could find some great alternatives to MaxxSouth internet.
MaxxSouth vs. AT&T: If an AT&T fiber plan is available to you, that's probably the better option. But if you're comparing AT&T's DSL plans to MaxxSouth, MaxxSouth will likely be your only option. New customers can't get DSL from AT&T because it’s phasing out that legacy infrastructure in favor of more fiber. And honestly, Maxx South is the better option anyway.
MaxxSouth vs. Xfinity: Xfinity internet plans offer comparable speeds and give slightly more bang for your buck, but you’ll probably spend less on equipment and installation with MaxxSouth. While both companies have a history of mixed customer satisfaction, we’ve seen evidence that Xfinity is cleaning up its act, so you might have a better experience with them.
MaxxSouth vs. Frontier: For the most part, only Frontier DSL service shares territory with MaxxSouth, and few people will find DSL a better fit than cable or fiber. Still, Frontier is one of our best DSL providers, so if you don’t need 150 Mbps and you find a good deal with Frontier, it could be worth considering.
MaxxSouth vs. T-Mobile: On average, T-Mobile 5-G home internet is about as fast as Maxx South’s 150 Mbps plan, but you’ll pay more for less consistent speeds. T-mobile has better customer satisfaction though, so if that’s more important to you than high or consistent speeds, it might be up your alley.
MaxxSouth Broadband serves mainly Mississippi, but its footprint spills into western Alabama in a few areas too. It has the most customers in the Mississippi cities of Starkville, Oxford, and Philadelphia.
Disclaimer: Availability and pricing are subject to location. Conditions apply. For offer details, visit the provider's website.
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