Internet Providers in North Dakota

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North Dakota is known for its scenic landscape, agricultural resources, and its Native American history. While much of the state is made up of rural areas, all North Dakota residents have access to at least two internet service providers. Enter your city below to find the best internet service plans and prices near you.

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Internet Coverage in North Dakota


providers available


can access a broadband service


of the population has speeds of 100+ Mbps


of the population has speeds of 250+ Mbps


of the population has speeds of 1000+ Mbps

State coverage by connection type


Fiber access


Cable access


DSL access


Satellite access

ProviderAverage Download SpeedMax Download SpeedServiceability %Connection Types
Viasat52 Mbps100 Mbps65%Satellite
CenturyLink36 Mbps940 Mbps51%DSL, Fiber, Fixed Wireless
HughesNet25 Mbps25 Mbps64%Satellite
Average Download Speed52 Mbps
Max Download Speed100 Mbps
Serviceability %65%
Connection TypesSatellite
Average Download Speed36 Mbps
Max Download Speed940 Mbps
Serviceability %51%
Connection TypesDSL, Fiber, Fixed Wireless
Average Download Speed25 Mbps
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
Serviceability %64%
Connection TypesSatellite

Data Sourced: 08/05/22

Top Providers in North Dakota

  • Speeds up to 25 Mbps
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Available in rural areas
  • Unlimited data
  • No annual contracts
  • Symmetrical speeds
  • Speeds up to 100 Mbps
  • No hard data caps
  • Available virtually anywhere

North Dakota Internet at a Glance

In North Dakota, 100% of residents have access to at least two internet providers. You’ll find that DSL internet, cable internet, and satellite internet are the most accessible internet connection types in the state. North Dakota has a fairly low average speed at about 90 Mbps.

This is adequate for normal internet activities, such as using popular streaming services, working from home, and online gaming. Although somewhat limited in North Dakota, fiber internet is growing in availability as providers upgrade their networks. To find and compare affordable providers near you, enter your zip code here.


  • Widespread rural internet availability
  • Affordable options


  • Slower average speeds
  • Limited, but growing fiber availability

All Internet Providers in North Dakota

ProviderStarting PriceMax Download SpeedData CapsCheck Availability
Sparklight$45 – $110*940 MbpsYesCheck Availability
Viasat$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.25 Mbps – 150 MbpsNoCheck Availability
CenturyLink$70/mo.940 MbpsNoCheck Availability
HughesNet$44.99/mo.25 MbpsNoCheck Availability
Starting Price$45 – $110*
Max Download Speed940 Mbps
Data CapsYes
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Starting Price$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps – 150 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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Starting Price$70/mo.
Max Download Speed940 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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Starting Price$44.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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North Dakota Internet FAQs

North Dakota has multiple internet providers available. Based on coverage, the best provider in the state is CenturyLink internet.

There are 4 internet providers in North Dakota. Enter your zip code here to find the best internet options in your area.

CenturyLink offers the fastest internet in North Dakota.

Yes. Multiple North Dakota internet providers allow you to bundle two or more services. For example, Viasat offers internet and phone services you can combine into one bill. Explore internet bundles and more on HighSpeedOptions.