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Moving to Alabama Guide

Alabama Cable TV Service, Internet, and Phone Providers

Getting Ready to Move to Alabama

As the heart of the American South and the birthplace of the civil rights movement,  Alabama is rich in history. Whether you’re moving to Huntsville in the north, the booming economic hub of Birmingham in central Alabama, Montgomery in south central Alabama — home to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice — or Mobile on the Alabama Gulf Coast, SmartMove is here to help you get connected to cable and Internet.

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Setting Up Your Digital Life in Alabama

Online and digital connections are central to everything from homelife and entertainment to work and communication. Here's a look at some of the best and most reliable Internet, cable TV and phone providers in Alabama.

Cable TV Providers Available in Alabama

Regardless of which part of Alabama you’ve chosen to make your new home, you are sure to have a quality cable provider to select for your services. To learn exactly which cable companies are operating in the area where you’ll make your new home, turn to SmartMove. We can help you set up or transfer service in Alabama with Sparklight, Spectrum (Charter), Comcast (Xfinity), and Mediacom

From DVR service and hundreds of TV channels to On Demand and live TV, the best TV and TV plans are available all over Alabama. Use SmartMove to move your cable TV service before your move and you can save yourself the extra stress of a potential delay that could come from waiting until you get to Alabama to contact your provider. You can also use us to look into bundles for high-speed Internet, cable TV, home phone and mobile.

Internet Providers in Alabama

High-speed Internet is available in most parts of Alabama, which means you can enjoy fast Internet speeds almost anywhere you live. Broadband options like DSL, cable and fiber-optic Internet are available in most urban areas. In some rural parts of the state, available Internet options include cable Internet, satellite Internet and dialup.

SmartMove can help you transfer your current Internet service or assist you in finding a new Alabama Internet provider. Many Alabama Internet customers have access to Internet speeds of 1,000 Mbps and higher. Get connected to the fastest Internet available at a price that works for you by using SmartMove to choose from Alabama Internet service providers including,service providers including Sparklight, Spectrum (Charter), Comcast (Xfinity), and Xtream by Mediacom.

Home Phone and Mobile Phone Service Providers in Alabama

Whether you want a landline in your new home in Alabama, or just need to make sure your cell phone service will still work, SmartMove can help you explore home phone and/or mobile phone plans from Sparklight, Spectrum (Charter), Comcast (Xfinity), and Xtream by Mediacom.

If your current cable TV provider, Internet service provider (ISP), and phone carrier offers service in the part of Alabama you'll soon be calling home, getting set up could be as simple as transferring your services through SmartMove, and bringing your equipment along with you. Imagine being able to plug in and enjoy all the services you’ve come to rely on during your very first day in your new home!

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Choosing a Moving Company

If you’re planning on using a moving company, begin researching well before it’s time to move. Start by looking into online reviews of moving companies in your area that offer service to Alabama.

It may be best to look for a winning combination of stellar customer service, efficiency, reliability, and affordability. SmartMove has a free moving checklist and also provides access to a free online tool that will help you find and compare moving companies that serve the various cities around the state of Alabama.

Moving Yourself

Looking to save money? Weigh the benefits of doing some or all of the labor involved with moving yourself. There are undoubtedly several companies in your current area that offer trucks, trailers, and shippable storage containers that you can rent and load up, using the help of your friends and family.

Regardless of whether you do it yourself or choose to hire professionals, make sure to save all your receipts for your tax preparer, and check to see if your employer offers relocation assistance to offset some of the costs associated with moving.


Disclaimer: The information is provided for general information purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional advice.

 

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