Broadband Services & Providers

News and Announcements

Emergency Broadband Benefit

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program designed to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms and more. Learn more from the FCC:

The FCC Seeks Input on Your Experience with Broadband Availability

On March 22, 2021, the Federal Communications Commission announced a new effort to obtain input from consumers regarding broadband Internet availability and service quality. The FCC’s Broadband Data Collection Program webpage includes an invitation to consumers to share their broadband experience through this online form.  The FCC will use the information to help inform the work of its cross-agency Broadband Data Task Force.

Broadband Services & Providers

Loudoun County's Broadband Services has three main goals:

  • Business efforts - Ensure businesses have access to broadband services
  • Government efforts - Develop a countywide I-Net to better serve Loudoun residents
  • Residential efforts - Increase broadband access and consumer choice for Loudoun residents
  1. Wired Providers
  2. Wireless Providers
  3. Satellite Providers
  4. DSL Providers

Wired Broadband & Cable TV Service Providers (Video, Internet, Voice)

Comcast

Website | Phone: 888-266-2278

21730 Red Rum Drive
Suite 192
Ashburn, VA 20147

Verizon FiOS

Website | Phone: 888-438-3467

All Points Broadband

Website | Phone: 888-438-3467

Telegia

Website | Phone: 888-438-3467

Saratoga ISP powered by COCard Virginia

Website | Phone: 571-339-9097