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Despite being considered a “connected” state, federal funding has recently poured into Michigan to improve internet access even further, especially in rural areas. If you live in Michigan or you plan to move there, one of the internet service providers (ISPs) that may be available to you is Advanced Communications and Data (ACD). ACD provides residential and commercial internet connections via fiber optic cable, fixed wireless service, and DSL broadband. Their services are offered at competitive prices with higher than average speeds. With no contract required and equipment included with installation for their fiber internet plans, is an attractive option for many Michiganders.

Our comprehensive guide covers who internet is for, key considerations to keep in mind, what others say about, and how they compare to other providers.

Who is internet for? is a great option for:

Residents of Michigan setting up an internet connection for the first time

No contract or existing infrastructure is required, and installation costs around $50.

Residents of Michigan looking to switch ISPs may have plans comparable with those of other providers in your area if you’re dissatisfied with your current service.

Residents of other states who are planning on moving to Michigan

Getting connected is probably important to you and your family if you’re in the process of moving. is a local ISP with competitive rates and highly competitive broadband internet speeds.

Businesses operating in Michigan offers a host of commercial internet services for both data and voice connections.

At this time,’s internet services are only available in parts of Michigan, not in any other state.

Because offers its services via DSL, fiber optic cable, and fixed wireless services, there’s flexibility for internet customers. However, their coverage of the state is not 100%, so residents will need to verify what connections are available where they live.

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Key considerations

Whether you’re shopping for an ISP for residential or commercial use, there are some details about you’ll want to explore before deciding.

What speeds and plans are available? fiber plans start at 100Mbps and range up to 1000Mbps (1Gbps), and plans start at about $50 and range up to about $70/month. DSL broadband speeds range from 3Mbps to 20Mbps and plans range from about $40 to $50/month.

Businesses can choose from fiber plans of up to 1000Mbps, or commercial Ethernet with download speeds ranging from 16 to 200Mbps. Commercial connectivity packages vary depending on features, technologies, and speeds.

Should I get fiber, fixed wireless, or DSL?

This depends on your location in Michigan. One or all of the services may not be available in certain locales. Coverage maps and customer service can help you explore what options are available so you can decide. In general, fiber will be the fastest and most reliable connection, however, any of the technologies can deliver the speeds your family needs to stay connected, work, learn, or be entertained while staying on budget.

Do I need to sign a contract and pay for equipment? does not require a contract, although it’s common with ISPs that signing a contract will get you lower rates. Each plan comes with the necessary equipment to install it although DSL customers may be required to purchase a modem for about $30. Equipment is free with a fiber installation.

Are there data overage charges?

There are no data caps for internet plans, so you won’t have to pay any overage charges.

Are there discounts if I bundle it with other services (such as TV or phone)?

Yes, bundling may result in discounts. Consult with your local office to see what offers and incentives are available.

Can I manage my account online?

Yes, customers sign up for an online account they can use for paying bills, reporting service interruptions or issues, and managing their account information.

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What others say about internet

Research shows that 95% of consumers read reviews before making a purchase, and shopping for an ISP is no exception. If you’re wondering what others are saying about, here are a few reviews:

  • US News lists as one of the more available fiber providers in Ann Arbor, MI, available to over half the homes in the city. And if you have any questions, their customer service is available 24/7.
  • The MLive Media Group based in Michigan gives a five-star rating as a local business.
  • Porch, a software and service provider for the home-improvement industry, rates with 3.6 out of 5 stars.

Although it has limited coverage at the moment, continues to expand its capacity and coverage in communities across Michigan.

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How does internet compare to other providers?

With almost 100 internet providers of various sizes in the state of Michigan, your choices are many. So how does internet stack up against the competition?


With $50 installation and plans starting at about $40/month and ranging up to about $70/month, is in the same price range as larger competitors such as Xfinity and Frontier.


While’s internet pricing is on par with other larger competitors, you often get a little more bang for your buck. In fact, some sources list as one of the providers that offer speeds higher than the state average, which is pretty impressive considering Michigan is one of the 20 most connected states. For example, for the price of a 900Mbps plan from Xfinity, you can get a 1Gbps internet plan from offers competitive pricing for the kinds of speeds that enable a wide variety of users to access, work, and play on the internet. It can also be a good solution for individuals and businesses moving to the Michigan area. Their no contract requirement gives customers the freedom to pay on a month-to-month basis and decide whether they’ll stay with the provider or not. Installation does cost about $50, but the equipment is included when you sign up for fiber service. On the downside, the services are only available in the state of Michigan.

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