Internet Providers in Nevada

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Known primarily for the gambling and entertainment epicenter in Las Vegas, Nevada is also a state rich in natural beauty and valuable resources, such as gold and silver. Nevada is also a well-connected state, where all residents can access at least two broadband internet providers statewide. Enter your city below to find the best internet plans and prices near you.

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Internet Coverage in Nevada

11

providers available

100%

can access a broadband service

93%

of the population has speeds of 100+ Mbps

91%

of the population has speeds of 250+ Mbps

8%

of the population has speeds of 1000+ Mbps

State coverage by connection type

26%

Fiber access

91%

Cable access

91%

DSL access

100%

Satellite access

ProviderAverage Download SpeedMax Download SpeedServiceability %Connection Types
Cox949 Mbps1000 Mbps19%Cable, Fiber
Spectrum948 Mbps1000 Mbps8%Cable, Fiber
Verizon300 Mbps300 Mbps1%Fixed Wireless
Suddenlink220 Mbps1000 Mbps2%Cable
Viasat82 Mbps100 Mbps26%Satellite
AT&T69 Mbps1000 Mbps19%DSL, Fiber
CenturyLink66 Mbps940 Mbps63%DSL, Fiber
Frontier37 Mbps115 Mbps5%DSL, Fiber, Fixed Wireless
HughesNet25 Mbps25 Mbps25%Satellite
ProviderCox
Average Download Speed949 Mbps
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Serviceability %19%
Connection TypesCable, Fiber
ProviderSpectrum
Average Download Speed948 Mbps
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Serviceability %8%
Connection TypesCable, Fiber
ProviderVerizon
Average Download Speed300 Mbps
Max Download Speed300 Mbps
Serviceability %1%
Connection TypesFixed Wireless
ProviderSuddenlink
Average Download Speed220 Mbps
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Serviceability %2%
Connection TypesCable
ProviderViasat
Average Download Speed82 Mbps
Max Download Speed100 Mbps
Serviceability %26%
Connection TypesSatellite
ProviderAT&T
Average Download Speed69 Mbps
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Serviceability %19%
Connection TypesDSL, Fiber
ProviderCenturyLink
Average Download Speed66 Mbps
Max Download Speed940 Mbps
Serviceability %63%
Connection TypesDSL, Fiber
ProviderFrontier
Average Download Speed37 Mbps
Max Download Speed115 Mbps
Serviceability %5%
Connection TypesDSL, Fiber, Fixed Wireless
ProviderHughesNet
Average Download Speed25 Mbps
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
Serviceability %25%
Connection TypesSatellite

Data Sourced: 08/05/22

Top Providers in Nevada

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  • Unlimited data
  • Symmetrical fiber speeds
  • Fixed price guarantee
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  • rum Nationwide WiFi hotspots
  • Unlimited data included
  • No annual contracts
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  • 30-day money back guarantee
  • Elite gaming service
  • Numerous bundled services

Nevada Internet at a Glance

In Nevada, 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. The average internet speed in Nevada is about 112 Mpbs.

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

Pros

  • Good variety of connection types in Nevada
  • There are at least 2 providers available to all residents

Cons

  • About 15% of residents do not have access to broadband internet
  • Somewhat limited fiber availability

All Internet Providers in Nevada

ProviderStarting PriceMax Download SpeedData CapsCheck Availability
Cox$49.99/mo.1000 MbpsYesCheck Availability
Spectrum$49.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.300 Mbps – 1000 MbpsNoCheck Availability
TDS$39.95/mo.*1000 MbpsYesCheck Availability
Verizon$39.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.500Mbps – 940 MbpsNoCheck Availability
Suddenlink$29.99/mo.940 MbpsYesCheck Availability
Viasat$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.25 Mbps – 150 MbpsNoCheck Availability
AT&T$55/mo. – $80/mo.300 Mbps – 940 MbpsNoCheck Availability
CenturyLink$30/mo. – $70/mo.20 Mbps – 940 MbpsNoCheck Availability
Frontier$49.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless Bill5000 Mbps – Call for detailsNoCheck Availability
Rise Broadband$50/mo.*25 MbpsYesCheck Availability
HughesNet$44.99/mo.25 MbpsNoCheck Availability
ProviderCox
Starting Price$49.99/mo.
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Data CapsYes
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ProviderSpectrum
Starting Price$49.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.
Max Download Speed300 Mbps – 1000 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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ProviderTDS
Starting Price$39.95/mo.*
Max Download Speed1000 Mbps
Data CapsYes
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ProviderVerizon
Starting Price$39.99/mo. – $89.99/mo.
Max Download Speed500Mbps – 940 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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ProviderSuddenlink
Starting Price$29.99/mo.
Max Download Speed940 Mbps
Data CapsYes
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ProviderViasat
Starting Price$64.99/mo. – $169.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps – 150 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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ProviderAT&T
Starting Price$55/mo. – $80/mo.
Max Download Speed300 Mbps – 940 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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ProviderCenturyLink
Starting Price$30/mo. – $70/mo.
Max Download Speed20 Mbps – 940 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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ProviderFrontier
Starting Price$49.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Max Download Speed5000 Mbps – Call for details
Data CapsNo
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ProviderRise Broadband
Starting Price$50/mo.*
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
Data CapsYes
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ProviderHughesNet
Starting Price$44.99/mo.
Max Download Speed25 Mbps
Data CapsNo
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FAQ

Nevada Internet FAQs

Nevada has multiple internet service providers available. Based on coverage, the best provider in the state is Viasat internet.

There are 11 internet providers in Nevada. Enter your zip code here to find the best internet options in your area.

Where available, Earthlink internet offers the fastest speeds in Nevada, reaching speeds up to 5 Gbps where available.

Yes. Multiple Nevada internet providers allow you to bundle two or more services. For example, Spectrum internet plans, TV, and phone service can be combined into one bill. Explore the best cable and internet bundles on HighSpeedOptions.