Internet providers in Minnesota
Compare plans from nine providers to find the best fit for your home.
Find Minnesota internet providers by city
Whether you are planning to settle in Minnesota near the popular Twin Cities area, or a more rural part of the state, moving to Minnesota is a big task. If you are new to Minnesota or moving within the state, compare the internet service providers available in your area to make sure you are getting the best deal for the speed you need.
Minnesotans have nine primary internet providers to choose from, including regional and nationwide providers. Click on any of the MN cities below to find and compare internet providers in those locations.
Select a city:
- Albert Lea
- Apple Valley
- Arden Hills
- Belle Plaine
- Big Lake
- Brooklyn Center
- Brooklyn Park
- Cannon Falls
- Chisago City
- Circle Pines
- Cold Spring
- Columbia Heights
- Coon Rapids
- Cottage Grove
- Detroit Lakes
- East Bethel
- East Grand Forks
- Eden Prairie
- Elk River
- Elko New Market
- Falcon Heights
- Fergus Falls
- Forest Lake
- Golden Valley
- Grand Rapids
- Ham Lake
- International Falls
- Inver Grove Heights
- La Crescent
- Lake City
- Lake Elmo
- Le Sueur
- Lino Lakes
- Little Canada
- Little Falls
- Maple Grove
- Mendota Heights
- Mounds View
- New Brighton
- New Hope
- New Prague
- New Ulm
- North Branch
- North Mankato
- North Oaks
- North St. Paul
- Norwood Young America
- Oak Grove
- Oak Park Heights
- Park Rapids
- Prior Lake
- Red Wing
- Redwood Falls
- Rice Lake
- Sauk Centre
- Sauk Rapids
- Sleepy Eye
- South St. Paul
- Spring Lake Park
- St. Anthony
- St. Charles
- St. Cloud
- St. Francis
- St. James
- St. Joseph
- St. Louis Park
- St. Michael
- St. Paul
- St. Paul Park
- St. Peter
- Thief River Falls
- Two Harbors
- Vadnais Heights
- Waite Park
- West St. Paul
- White Bear Lake
Summary of Minnesota internet providers
Use the chart below to compare the top seven Minnesota internet providers by price, speed and availability. Call now for information about specific plans and promotions going on in your area.
|Provider||Starting monthly price*||Download speed range||Tech||State availability|
|T-Mobile||$50.00||Up to 182 Mbps||Fixed wireless||90%|
|CenturyLink||$30.00||100 – 940 Mbps||DSL, fiber||64%|
|Xfinity||$24.99||75 – 3,000 Mbps||Cable||42%|
|Nextera Communications||$59.99||2 – 1,000 Mbps||Fixed wireless||41%|
|Verizon||$49.99||300 – 940 Mbps||Fiber||31%|
|Spectrum||$49.99||300 – 1,000 Mbps||Cable, fiber||17%|
|Midco||$15.00||25 – 1,000 Mbps||Cable||10%|
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 3/03/23.
Call for details: (844) 451-2720 (844) 451-2720
Minnesota internet at a glance
Internet availability in Minnesota
Internet service providers in Minnesota offer a variety of speeds, prices and internet connection types. In this Land of 10,000 Lakes, as it is popularly known, you can find internet options from providers such as CenturyLink, Xfinity and Verizon. Check out the types of internet available in Minnesota below. You can also find several satellite and fixed-wireless internet providers available in Minnesota.
Most widely-available providers in Minnesota
- T-Mobile: 90% coverage. T-Mobile has one plan with no hidden fees or price hikes.
- CenturyLink: 64% coverage. CenturyLink has a broad service area and no contracts.
- Xfinity: 42% coverage. Xfinity is one of the most widely-available providers in the country.
Fastest internet in Minnesota
You’ll find some of the fastest internet speeds in Minnesota from these providers, where available:
- Xfinity: Cable network with speeds up to 6,000 Mbps.
- Verizon: Fiber network with speeds up to 940 Mbps.
- CenturyLink: Fiber network with speeds up to 940 Mbps.
Cheapest internet in Minnesota
Looking for cheap internet in Minnesota? Three providers offer plans under $50/mo.* Keep an eye out for extra equipment rental fees and data caps that can add to your monthly internet bill.
- Xfinity: $24.99/mo.* for up to 75 Mbps.
- CenturyLink: $30.00/mo.* for up to 200 Mbps.
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 03/03/23.
Quality of internet access in Minnesota
100% of Minnesota has access to the minimum recommended broadband speeds, and over 50% of the state has access to gigabit speeds:
- Residents with broadband access (speeds at or over 25/3 Mbps): 100%
- Residents with access to gigabit speeds (at or over 1000/100 Mbps): 33%
- Average download speed in Minnesota: 82 Mbps
Sources: FCC coverage maps and data, internal speed test results and provider websites.
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