Fort Worth, TX

With a fiber optic network designed, built, and operated by Frog, Walsh is the first community in the country that features symmetrical two gigabit internet speeds in every home and school as the minimum connectivity with upgrades available up to 10Gbps. Although one day Walsh will be large enough to be a small town, it is actually a neighborhood of Fort Worth. At over 7200 acres, Walsh is the largest contiguous piece of property that is being designed as a residential neighborhood within 15 minutes of a downtown business district anywhere in the country.

We’re excited by what the power of 10 gigabit fiber internet at Walsh will mean for current and future Fort Worth area residents.

Mayor Betsy PriceFort Worth, TX

There will be very real, immediate benefits in education, community safety, for residents and to future businesses and medical centers,

Tony Ruggerico-CEO of Republic Property Group

Forward-thinking investments in technology like those seen at Walsh will be a great economic catalyst for creating new jobs and attracting corporate relations to Fort Worth,

Mayor Betsy PriceFort Worth, TX

We’re eager to see what people can do or imagine when unrestrained by limits on connectivity speeds or bandwidth. By embracing technology at Walsh, we will create a neighborhood poised to grow well into the future,

Tony Ruggerico-CEO of Republic Property Group

2 Gbps InternetOur Slowest is 2X Everyone's Fastest

$ 99

Per Month

Up to 2 gigabits per second (2,000 Mbps)

That’s right, not 1, 2Gbps!

Our slowest internet speed is 2x

the other guys’ fastest! 1Gbps is for toads.

Don’t be a toad, be a frog!

5 Gbps Internet

$ 199

Per Month

Up to 5 gigabits per second (5,000 Mbps)

What’s better than 2? 5!

We couldn’t stop @ 2X.

Frogs don’t take steps, they


10Gbps InternetFastest Internet on the Planet!

$ 299

Per Month

Up to 10 gigabits per second (10,000 Mbps)

Why? Because it’s possible!

And  it’s really cool to say FASTEST on EARTH!

Leap ahead of the rest of the world

with speeds up to 10,000Mbps!

Cut the Cord with Cable and Experience TV the Way it Should be!

There has never been a better time to cut the cord with Cable. Streaming video services are giving traditional pay TV stiff competition by delivering live sports and primetime programming online, often for a drop in price, while premium channels like HBO and Showtime are available as separate streaming services or add-on bundles. In addition, there are no hidden charges with streaming TV, and if you ever decide to cancel, it’s easy and painless — a refreshing change from the woes of dealing with cable and satellite call centers.

PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, and the Hulu with Live TV are emerging as major competition to traditional pay TV. Offering both live and on-demand programming and — in some cases — cloud-based DVRs, the services are more than capable cable alternatives. But which is best — or more to the point, which is best for you? In order to help you sift through the chaos, we’ve put together this handy guide detailing each service’s features and content offerings so you can size up each directly against its rivals.

-Digital Trends

PlayStation Vue Sling TV DirecTV Now YouTube TV Hulu with Live TV
Pricing Access/Access Slim: $40/$30 per month for 45+ channels*
Core/Core Slim: $45/$35 per month for 60+ channels*
Elite/Elite Slim: $55/$45 per month for 90+ channels*
Ultra/Ultra Slim: $75/$65 per month for 90 channels, plus HBO and Showtime
Sling Orange: $20 per month 30+ channels
Sling Blue:$25 per month 40+ channels
Orange + Blue: $40 per month 45+ channels
Additional channel add-on packs from $5-$15
Live a Little: $35 for 60+ channels;
Just Right:$50 for 80+ channels;
Go Big:$60 for 100+ channels;
Gotta Have It:$70 for 120+ channels
Add-on packs available for $5
$35 per month for 44 channels $40 per month for 50+ Channels and Hulu Premium
($15 add-ons allow for additional streams and/or additional cloud storage)
Free trial for new customers 5 days 7 days 7 days 30 days 7 days
Major Networks* ABC, NBC, FOX (Major networks live in select cities; on-demand all other locations)
CBS (Only available in select markets)
ABC, FOX, NBC (Major networks live in select cities; on-demand all other locations) ABC, FOX, NBC (available in select cities) ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC (Major networks live in select cities; on-demand all other locations) ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC (Major networks live in select cities; on-demand all other locations)
Subscription Type Monthly, no contract, cancel anytime Monthly, no contract, cancel anytime Monthly, no contract, cancel anytime Monthly, no contract, cancel anytime Monthly, no contract, cancel anytime
Cloud DVR Yes (keep titles up to 28 days) Yes, $5 add-on for most devices (up to 100 hours-worth of content storage;), free for Roku users No Yes (keep titles up to nine months) Yes (up to 50 hours-worth of content of content storage; 200-hour upgrade available)
Video On Demand Yes (on select channels, shows, including local channels where available*) Yes (on select channels, shows) Yes (on select channels, shows) Yes Yes (including content from Hulu Premium streaming service)
Pause, Rewind, Fast Forward All channels Only select channels VOD only All Channels Yes, but not during ads
Replay/Catch-up Select channels and shows Select channels and shows Yes (72 hours after recording) Select channels and shows  Select channels and shows
Number of streams per account 5 1 or 3 (depending on subscription) 2 3 2 (unlimited in-house streams for $15 more per month)
User profiles 5 1 1 6 6
Bandwidth limiter No Yes No TBD TBD
Audio 2-channel stereo,  5.1 for some on-demand content on supported devices 2-channel stereo  2-channel stereo, 5.1 for some on-demand content on supported devices 2-channel stereo TBD

*Each service has conditional inclusion of the major networks it carries. Some markets will have access to live network channels, including local programming, while others will be on-demand, and in some select locations, one or more of the networks — or even an entire service — may not be available at all. Be sure to check the websites for PlayStation Vue, SlingTV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, and Hulu for availability in your area.

-Digital Trends

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