It is possible to get Internet via power lines in certain areas. As of 2014, the technology was being tested in select U.S. and UK cities.
In areas that have been set up to receive broadband via power lines, computers can connect to the Internet through a standard power outlet at speeds of up to 3 Mb/s. This speed allows broadband supplied via power lines to rival the speed of traditional DSL and cable Internet connections. The technology works by coupling radio-frequency energy into alternating current. Because of the different vibrational frequencies between the radio frequency and the alternating current, they do not interfere with each other.