With the virtually unlimited bandwidth of Atherton Fiber’s next-generation network, you can finally cut the cable cord and still get all the entertainment options you want.

Enjoy must-see television, movies, sports, broadcast news and local stations, without being locked into a contract or buying substandard internet service.


Find the perfect streaming TV package for your household, and much more!

Atherton Fiber has partnered with MyBundle to simplify your streaming TV, saving you time & money. The Find My Bundle tool will help you eliminate all the work needed to find the streaming services that have the Live TV content you actually want. All it takes is a few minutes to find out how you can save hundreds of dollars a year. Already cut the cord? Access a wide variety of features to manage and simplify your streaming experience!


Cutting the Cord in Five Easy Steps

When you’re used to getting your internet bundled with your telephone service, TV and security systems, it may be scary to cut the cord. But when you do, you become free to pick and choose the best options for your home, without paying for bloated, lower-quality bundle-wares. These five easy steps will set you on the right course.

1. Sign up with Atherton Fiber

Anything that your telecom company can do, can be done simpler, cheaper, and easier with a fiber internet connection from Atherton Fiber. Our team will happily help you find better, more affordable alternatives that connect to your new fiber optic internet service. You can keep what you like and avoid paying for the stuff you don’t want or need.

2. Review your cable bill

The next step to cutting the cord is to review your last bill from your cable TV provider. Check your bill to see if you’re locked in a contract and when that contract ends. Also determine if you will be subject to an early termination fee.

3. Buy a streaming device

Live TV streaming services don’t have monthly equipment fees, but you may need to purchase a streaming media player for your TV set. Inexpensive streaming media players include the Roku Streaming Stick, the Amazon Fire TV Stick and Chromecast with Google TV. They’re good alternatives to Roku’s entry-level devices.

4. Choose your streaming services

This is the fun part! Start by making a list of your must-have channels and content and match them against the ever-growing roster of available streaming services. In general, streaming services are very affordable compared to cable, and there are no contracts or commitments to worry about.

Take advantage of our partnership with MyBundle to build for yourself the perfect streaming package.

5. Cancel your cable service

Good riddance to them and congratulations to you! You have cut the cord. You are now saving money, getting better service, and having more control over what you’re paying for!


Now you have a better broadband choice.