Louisville residential internet coverage
Along the border between Indiana and Kentucky is the city of Louisville, the famed home of racehorses, bourbon distilleries, baseball bats, and trailblazing indie rock bands. It’s a friendly city with a historic feel—and there’s plenty of options for high-speed internet and cheap Wi-Fi too.
Cable internet provider Spectrum covers the whole city of Louisville, plus the neighboring city of New Albany and many other nearby towns and communities across the Ohio River in Indiana. AT&T also delivers DSL and fiber across all of Louisville and New Albany, though its network doesn’t stretch quite as far, cutting off much of Indiana’s Harrison County.
Windstream isn’t available in most of Louisville. Coverage begins in areas around the Louisville International Airport, namely areas like Audubon Park, Poplar Hills, and south down to the Outer Loop. It’s available farther down past the Gene Snyder Freeway and out east in suburbs like Forest Hills and Jeffersontown.
Mediacom has a small service area in the northeast around Green Spring, Fincastle, Brownsboro Farm, and Hickory Hill.
Additionally, TOAST.net has a large and well-established presence in Louisville, covering nearly all of the city. However, coverage drops off in parts of Mount Washington around the intersections of Old Mill Road and the Mt. Washington Bypass.
Ohio Valley–based cable provider Limestone and Bracken Cablevision also has availability along a northwest bend in the Ohio River, in the neighborhoods of Portland and Shawnee.