Internet providers in Denver, CO

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1. Xfinity
100% available in Denver
Connection:
Cable
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps

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2. CenturyLink
99% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL & Fiber
Download speeds up to
940Mbps

Order online – Fiber Internet up to 100 Mbps for $50/mo for 12 months

3. Verizon Home Internet
99% available in Denver
Connection:
5G Home
Download speeds up to
300Mbps

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4. Starry Internet
43% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
200Mbps
5. Rise Broadband
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
25Mbps
6. T-Mobile Home Internet
99% available in Denver
Connection:
5G Home
Download speeds up to
182Mbps

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7. HughesNet
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
25Mbps

User Rating (124)
8. Viasat
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
100Mbps
9. Ultra Home Internet
99% available in Denver
Connection:
5G Home
Download speeds up to
182Mbps

User Rating (0)
10. Synergy Internet
95% available in Denver
Connection:
Cable & DSL
Download speeds up to
200Mbps
11. Roggen Telephone Cooperative Company
17% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
10Mbps
12. Live Wire Networks, Inc.
22% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
100Mbps
13. Ting
50% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
14. Forethought.net
55% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL, Fiber & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
15. Upstream Network
80% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
16. Aerux Broadband
82% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
17. DirectLink
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
1. Comcast Business
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Cable
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps

User Rating (10)
2. CenturyLink
99% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL & Fiber
Download speeds up to
940Mbps

Order online – Fiber Internet up to 100 Mbps for $50/mo for 12 months

3. Rise Broadband
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
25Mbps
4. HughesNet
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
25Mbps

User Rating (124)
5. Viasat
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Satellite
Download speeds up to
100Mbps
6. Synergy Internet
95% available in Denver
Connection:
Cable & DSL
Download speeds up to
200Mbps
7. Ooma
91% available in Denver
Connection:
Wireless LTE
Download speeds up to
100Mbps
8. ViaTV
50% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
9. Telenet International, LLC
50% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
500Mbps
10. Forethought.net
55% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL, Fiber & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
11. Zayo Group
72% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL, Fiber, Fixed Wireless & Other Copper Wireline
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
12. FastTrack Communications
74% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
200Mbps
13. Roggen Telephone Cooperative Company
17% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
10Mbps
14. DirectLink
99% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
15. Ting
50% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
16. Live Wire Networks, Inc.
22% available in Denver
Connection:
DSL & Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
100Mbps
17. MHO Networks
98% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
18. Unite Private Networks
4% available in Denver
Connection:
Fiber
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
19. Aerux Broadband
82% available in Denver
Connection:
Fixed Wireless
Download speeds up to
1000Mbps
1. T-Mobile
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
T-Mobile
4GLTE

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2. Verizon Wireless
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
Verizon Wireless
4GLTE

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3. AT&T Wireless
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
AT&T Wireless
5G

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4. Xfinity Mobile
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
Xfinity Mobile
4GLTE

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5. Mint
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
Mint
4GLTE

User Rating
6. Visible
Available in Denver
Connection:
Mobile
Visible
4GLTE

User Rating

How much internet speed do I need?

5+ Mbps

  • Regular browsing
  • Music streaming
  • Ideal for 1 person

10+ Mbps

  • HD video streaming
  • Casual gaming
  • Ideal for 1-2 people

20+ Mbps

  • Ultra HD streaming
  • Frequent gaming
  • Ideal for 2-4 people

40+ Mbps

  • Simultaneous HD streaming
  • Simultaneous gaming
  • Ideal for 4+

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What is the best internet provider in Denver?

The best internet provider in Denver is Xfinity, due to its wide availability, high-end speeds, and variety of plan options. Xfinity offers plans with up to a gigabit of speed, but if you don’t need that much speed (most internet users don’t) you can save money with a lower speed plan.

Xfinity can be pricey if you’re going for maximum speed, but pricing on lower and mid-range speed plans is pretty competitive. It’s a cable network, so it’s dependable. And it maintains public hotspots across the city, available for Performance Internet subscribers or higher to get speedy Wi-Fi while hitting the streets.

CenturyLink is another solid option. If it’s available in your area, CenturyLink’s fiber gigabit plan is one of the best deals around. Fiber is the best internet you can get, with enough speed that you’ll never really need to think about your internet speed. And for $50 per month, you’re getting much better service than most comparably priced plans.

AT&T provides some service in rural areas far outside Denver. Like CenturyLink, it has relatively fewer options compared to Xfinity. But none of Spectrum’s plans have data caps, meaning your internet won’t get throttled if you go over the data allowance for each month.

But what about the local providers? Friendly neighborhood ISP Live Wire Networks, Inc. delivers max speeds of 100 Mbps—not too shabby, if you ask us. Pick Live Wire or another local like Kentec Communications, Inc. if you place a high value on customer service and want to support your local Denver community.

In areas without access to wired internet, there are several options available for fixed wireless internet, as well as satellite internet through Viasat and HughesNet .

Where can you find cheap internet in Denver?

The cheapest internet plan in Denver comes from Xfinity, which offers a dirt cheap Xfinity Connect plan that delivers up to 50 Mbps.

If you need fast speeds but want it at a cheap price, CenturyLink’s fiber gigabit plan is one of the most affordable gigabit plans you could find anywhere.

Many internet service providers also offer regular promotions and deals as incentives to sign up, so be sure to consult our internet deals page for more resources.

Pro tip:

If you’re living in a low-income household or have a family with K–12 or college students, you can apply for programs giving additional financial breaks. See our government programs guide for other affordable options.

What are the best TV providers in Denver?

On top of all those sweet internet options, there are also cable and satellite TV providers in Denver that will hook you up with some solid TV options. Xfinity is the best TV provider in Denver, and it delivers some sweet cable TV and bundle packages. DIRECTV and DISH are also solid TV providers that both deliver satellite TV in Denver.

Xfinity’s X1 platform is both affordable and versatile, featuring cloud DVR and HD options as well as a remote that is so well designed it literally won an Emmy. (We’ve used it ourselves, and it’s dope.)

Depending on your X1 package, you can get up to 220 channels. Along with premium networks like HBO® and SHOWTIME®, Xfinity has the most sports channels out of any of the TV providers in the Mile High City. Even better, Xfinity’s Sports Zone feature lets you keep track of your favorite teams—letting you stay on top of stats and schedules for Broncos, Nuggets, and Rockies games all in one place.

Even if you don’t want a TV subscription, you can get an Xfinity Flex streaming box free with a regular Xfinity internet subscription. The Flex’s Pluto TV app hooks it up with 24/7 broadcasts of old TV classics like Baywatch and Degrassi: The Next Generation. You can also use the Flex to rent or buy movies, such as Stanley Kubrick’s Rocky Mountain classic, The Shining.

As far as satellite TV goes, DIRECTV has some good stuff too. DIRECTV plans in Denver feature as many as 330 channels—including all the favorites like ESPN, HBO, and Cartoon Network. Many of the plans also come with the NBA League Pass, giving you access to dozens of NBA games each week.

DISH’s satellite TV packages come with ESPN as well as ESPNU, the channel devoted to college sports. This is the deal for all you ice hockey fans who want to watch the Denver Pioneers take on Colorado College for the Gold Pan.

 

Internet and TV bundles in Denver

If you want your internet with a side of TV, you can bundle up for an internet and TV package from Xfinity in Denver. All of the plans come with cloud DVR services, support for HD resolution, and the nifty voice remote that comes as part of the X1 TV box. You can also watch premium channels such as HBO, SHOWTIME, ESPN, and connoisseur picks like the Outdoor Channel and VICE.

Summary of Denver internet providers

Provider Type Download speeds up to User Rating
Xfinity Cable 1000 Mbps 2.5/5
CenturyLink DSL & Fiber 940 Mbps 1.5/5
Verizon Home Internet 5G Home 300 Mbps N/A
Starry Internet Fixed Wireless 200 Mbps 3.5/5
Rise Broadband Fixed Wireless 25 Mbps 2.0/5
T-Mobile Home Internet 5G Home 182 Mbps 4.0/5
HughesNet Satellite 25 Mbps 1.5/5
Viasat Satellite 100 Mbps 1.5/5
Ultra Home Internet 5G Home 182 Mbps N/A
Synergy Internet Cable & DSL 200 Mbps N/A
Roggen Telephone Cooperative Company Fixed Wireless 10 Mbps N/A
Live Wire Networks, Inc. DSL & Fixed Wireless 100 Mbps N/A
Ting Fiber 1000 Mbps 5.0/5
Forethought.net DSL, Fiber & Fixed Wireless 1000 Mbps N/A
Upstream Network Fiber 1000 Mbps N/A
Aerux Broadband Fixed Wireless 1000 Mbps N/A
DirectLink Fiber & Fixed Wireless 1000 Mbps N/A

Availability and speeds displayed are not guaranteed and are subject to change.

Technology Type

DSL:

DSL provides internet service via phone cables and is up to ten times faster than dial-up service.

Cable:

Cable provides internet speeds faster than DSL through the same cables used for cable TV.

Satellite:

Satellite internet is widely available, but offers slower speeds due to a far-traveling signal.

Fiber:

Fiber relies on glass strands to relay digital code and is much faster than both DSL and cable.

Fastest internet service providers in Denver

Several providers tie for the fastest internet in Denver. Xfinity offers gigabit cable connections, while DirectLink, , and Ting offer gigabit fiber. There are also several other fiber providers that have coverage in the Denver area, so you always have plenty of options.

ProviderPriceSpeedRatingView on Provider Site
Xfinity$24.99–$80.00/mo.*Up to 1,000 Mbps3.5/5.0View Xfinity Plans
DirectLink$69.90–$129.90/mo.Up to 1,000 MbpsN/AView DirectLinkPlans
Aerux Broadband$49.00–$169.00/mo.Up to 1,000 MbpsN/AView Aerux Broadband Plans
Ting$19.00–$89.00/mo.Up to 1,000 MbpsN/AView Ting Plans

Cheapest internet service providers in Denver

The cheapest internet service in Denver is offered by Ting, with Xfinity less than a dollar behind. Ting offers a 5 Mbps plan for just $19.00 per month, though we’d suggest splurging an extra 99 cents per month to get Xfinity’s 50 Mbps plan.

ProviderPriceSpeedRatingView on Provider Site
Xfinity$24.99–$80.00/mo.*Up to 1,000 Mbps3.5/5.0View Xfinity Plans
Ting$19.00–$89.00/mo.Up to 1,000 MbpsN/AView Ting Plans
Starry Internet$30.00/mo.Up to 200 MbpsN/A
Rise Broadband$35.00–$65.00/mo.Up to 25 MbpsN/AView Rise Broadband Plans

Fiber internet in Denver

Denver has no shortage of fiber providers, which means that you can afford to be particular about where you get your internet service. Fiber has several advantages over other connections, such as reliability, low latency, and symmetrical upload speeds. Upload speed is important for two-way communication, such as livestreaming and video chat. The following providers offer fiber connections in Denver:

  • Xfinity
  • CenturyLink
  • DirectLink
  • Aerux Broadband
  • Upstream
  • FORETHOUGHT.net
  • Ting

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Xfinity vs. Centurylink

Order CenturyLink for affordable packages and long-term savings. Pick Xfinity for fast speeds on widely available packages.

Read more about Xfinity vs. Centurylink

Xfinity vs. Verizon

Get Verizon for equally fast upload and download speeds. Pick Xfinity to get fast speeds and xFi home networking controls.

Read more about Xfinity vs. Verizon

Hughesnet vs. Viasat

Get low prices on satellite internet with HughesNet. Order Viasat for superior speeds and newer technology.

Read more about Hughesnet vs. Viasat

Denver residential internet coverage

Two of the biggest internet providers in Denver are CenturyLink and Xfinity, and these two cover most of the city and surrounding areas. There are also several smaller providers that offer more localized service.

CenturyLink offers expansive coverage for the Denver area, from the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport to the Centennial Airport. Some parts of the city have access to CenturyLink’s fast fiber connection, including Washington Park. The rest of the city gets affordable CenturyLink DSL service. Heads up: CenturyLink offers speeds up to 1,000 Mbps in the fiber service areas.

Xfinity offers a similar range of coverage for both high-speed cable internet and cable TV service. In fact, Xfinity is one of the top cable providers in Denver. Xfinity speeds also run up to 1,000 Mbps. For the most part, all of Denver is covered by Xfinity—there are only a few small gaps in the downtown area near Stout Street and 15th. Xfinity also offers Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots, which allow you to connect when you’re away from home. This is a great way to enjoy streaming and social media on the go without draining your data.

Smaller providers in the area include Live Wire Networks and Kentec Communications. Live Wire offers internet service to residents on the west side of the city, between 17th and 10th and over past Santa Fe Drive. Kentec covers a small area on the east side of downtown from 17th Avenue to 1st.

If none of those internet providers offer good service where you live, you can also consider Viasat satellite internet, which offers nationwide coverage. Satellite internet services tend to be a little slower and more expensive than their land-based counterparts, but their wide availability is their strong point.

 

Free internet (Wi-Fi) at Denver libraries

Just like in any big city, Denver is full of public hotspots where you can catch some Wi-Fi for free.

This isn’t always the most reliable or secure way to access the internet—you can never be sure about the malware or hacking you may be vulnerable to on an open Wi-Fi network, especially one that isn’t password protected.

But one really nifty option is to get a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot from the Denver Public Library. Just whip out your library card to get access to a free hotspot and micro USB charger for up to three weeks: dozens are available from library branches across the city, and you can check them out just like you would a book, CD, or DVD.

It might be better to look into other options in the meantime, though, because as of mid-February there’s a waiting list of over 200 people to get one.

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Customer reviews of internet providers in Denver

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CenturyLink

“The service is reliable and the price is better than Xfinity. There was a little disconnect on installation day but overall the set up service was good.”

–John R.

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Xfinity

“I have been an Xfinity user for many years. Sad to say the service over the last year has gone from bad to terrible. We lose service three or four times a week.”

–Ian A.

 

Denver internet FAQ

What is the best home internet in Denver?

We think Xfinity is the best option in Denver due to its wide availability, high-end speeds, and variety of plan options. This flexibility makes it a good choice both for those looking for high speeds and those looking for something that fits their budget.

What is the fastest home internet in Denver?

Xfinity offers 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps) plans in the Denver area. Several smaller providers like DirectLink offer 1,000 Mbps fiber connections as well. CenturyLink also has a similar fiber plan that offers speeds up to 940 Mbps.

Customer reviews of internet providers in Denver

XFINITY

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Todd M | 06-21-2022

Completely overpriced for service that is down 15% of the time.

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Louis S | 05-06-2022

Horrible customer service. Scheduled weeks in advance. Never showed up. Rescheduled twice, still hasn't showed.

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Doc G | 04-22-2022

Constantly having to call because the gig package I pay for had slowed down to less than what you would have had on dial-up. They made a repair in the neighborhood and now the internet is out. Xfinity recommended that I use public wifi, while I continue to pay for gig speed.

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