Internet providers in Nevada

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Find internet providers in Nevada by city

Nevada is best known as the home to Las Vegas, attracting nearly 50 million visitors yearly. But roughly three million people reside in Nevada part-time or year-round. An overwhelming majority — nearly two-thirds — lives in Clark County, which includes Las Vegas, as well as Henderson and Paradise.

Nevada residents who live in urban areas, like Clark County, have a number of options when it comes to internet. Data shows that 78% of Nevada residents have broadband internet access in their homes. However, people living in rural areas, like Ruth (population 500), have far fewer options. Here are the cities in Nevada that have widespread and reliable internet access:

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Summary of Nevada internet providers

Whether you live in a major city or a rural area, you’ll find an internet provider that serves your area. Below is a comprehensive list of the internet companies available in Nevada. Note that not every company serves the entire state. 

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Nevada internet at a glance

Internet availability in Nevada

Depending on where you live, you can get internet access through several providers, including Cox, CenturyLink and T-Mobile. Additionally, some Nevada residents who live in rural parts of the state only have access to satellite internet through Viasat, HughesNet and Starlink.

Most widely-available providers in Nevada

  • T-Mobile: 94% coverage. T-Mobile has one plan with no hidden fees or price hikes.
  • LV.Net: 71% coverage. LV.Net offers gigabit speeds and no data caps.
  • GeoLinks: 69% coverage. GeoLinks offers fiber internet with unlimited bandwidth.

Fastest internet in Nevada

Here are a few Nevada internet providers that offer fast internet speeds:

  • Cox: Cable and fiber network with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps.
  • LV.Net: Fiber network with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps.
  • CenturyLink: Fiber internet with speeds up to 940 Mbps.

Cheapest internet in Nevada

Here are a few of the cheapest internet companies in Nevada. Keep in mind that rates will vary based on where you live:

  • Cox: $49.99/mo.* for up to 100 Mbps.
  • CenturyLink: $30.00/mo.* for up to 200 Mbps.

Quality of internet access in Nevada

100% of Nevada has access to the minimum recommended broadband speeds, and almost the entire state has access to gigabit speeds as well.

  • Residents with broadband access (speeds at or over 25/3 Mbps): 100%
  • Residents with access to gigabit speeds (at or over 1000/100 Mbps): 89%
  • Average download speed in Nevada: 110 Mbps