The average monthly internet bill in Georgia is $99.03 and while this is higher than the national average it may include subscriptions to streaming platforms on top of the cost to connect as well as newer higher-cost plans that offer faster connections and more data.

As of 2022 data, 93% of the state has access to connections with broadband speeds of 100 Mbps.

Depending on where you live in Georgia you can connect via traditional broadband cable, super-fast fiber optic cable, mobile fixed wireless 5G or 4GE, satellite internet, or via DSL internet over phone lines. Fiber optic cable is the fastest internet possible and tends to be available in metropolitan areas but some regional providers also offer it.

Georgia has more than 70 Internet Service Providers (ISPS) including the partial list below.

Speeds are the maximum available at the entry level plan. Where a range is shown, the higher speed may be attached to a more expensive plan. Some providers require contracts. Data allocations can be unlimited or capped. Larger households or heavy users may need unlimited data. Some providers quote plan rates that are part of a promotion. When the promotion ends rates can increase, sometimes dramatically. Plan details can change. Rates excludes additional fees and taxes and may require autopay plus paperless billing:

Households that qualify for the government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) can request a discount from the provider. Most major providers comply with it but not all. The FCC website has a list of ISPs that comply.

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