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Windstream Availability In Your Area

Windstream is a telecommunications company that provides service in 23 states1. Windstream offers Internet plans, along with home phone and digital TV service2.

Windstream Communications also offers cloud computing services to small businesses2.

Windstream availability is found in the following states:

District of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaIndiana
New MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaOhio
OklahomaPennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTexas

Windstream primarily offers coverage to customers in rural areas of the United States. The company's headquarters are located in Little Rock, Arkansas2.

Other Cable Providers

Is Windstream not available in your area? Research other cable providers and see why you should switch today.

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Researching local cable providers in your area

Before selecting an Internet service provider, you should spend some time researching the pros and cons of various providers in your area.

Like many Internet providers, Windstream offers bundle deals so customers can bundle Internet with TV or home phone service. Bundle deals can help save you money on your monthly bill. You should research different bundle deals in your area to decide which services will best fit your needs and save you the most money.

Windstream is most likely not the only cable provider in your town. However, many cable providers are only available to customers in larger cities. Local cable companies have a predetermined network of service. They cannot provide service to customers outside this network.

Unlike local cable companies, satellite Internet providers are available almost anywhere. Satellite Internet providers can offer service to customers in rural areas who may not be able to get service otherwise.

How to compare local cable companies with other providers

When looking for an Internet service provider, you should consider the following questions before making a purchase decision:

  • Is the provider available in your area? Many local cable companies may not be available in your area. Research Windstream availability before you spend more time learning about Windstream's service.
  • Are you willing to sign a service contract? Some local cable providers may require you to sign a service contract upfront. Are you planning to stick with your Internet provider for a while or are you looking to test a provider's service first?
  • How much do you value customer service? Researching a company's customer service ratings now can save you a lot of hassle down the road. According to, many Americans dislike communicating with their cable providers4. Time Warner Cable and Comcast consistently rank among the worst companies, based on consumer survey data4. DSL or satellite Internet providers may be able to offer more reputable customer service.

Spend some time researching your options now and you will be thankful later.


1Data collected 08/20/2014 from

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4Data collected on 08/25/2014 from