What are the fiber internet providers in Las Vegas?
CenturyLink is the main fiber internet provider in Las Vegas. We highly recommend fiber internet like CenturyLink’s because of its high symmetrical speeds and reliability, Fiber internet is the best kind of internet connection you get.
CenturyLink has two fiber plans to choose from:
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Las Vegas residential internet coverage
CenturyLink and Cox Communications are the biggest high-speed internet providers in Las Vegas. Locals residing inside the beltway have the advantage of fast internet available from either provider. EarthLink is another provider serving fiber and DSL internet.
The Cox service area stretches from Boulder City to Mount Charleston and from Nellis Air Force Base to near the Jean Airport, but it doesn’t cover the Bonnie Springs area. Plans range from 50 Mbps to 1,000 Mbps.
CenturyLink offers service across an even larger area. Its coverage reaches down to Bullhead City and all the way up to Coyote Springs. It also offers service in Moapa Valley, south of I-15. CenturyLink doesn’t fully cover the Lake Mead or Sloan Canyon areas. CenturyLink has two plans only: DSL internet with speeds up to 100 Mbps and fiber internet maxing out at 940 Mbps.
EarthLink has a range of plans across its DSL and fiber internet connections. Speeds for DSL range from 3 Mbps to 45 Mbps. Its fiber plans start at 75 Mbps and reach up to 1,000 Mbps.
Finally, Rise Broadband provides fixed wireless internet throughout most of the area. Viasat and HughesNet are your satellite internet alternatives if fixed wireless or landline internet is not available in your area.
Highest-rated internet service providers in Las Vegas
EarthLink impressed in our annual customer satisfaction survey, earning the highest rating overall (4.0 stars out of 5), and taking top marks in price and customer service. EarthLink is available in most but not all of the Las Vegas area.
Another widely available Las Vegas internet provider, CenturyLink, got an overall satisfaction score of 3.6, which put it in the middle of the pack for overall satisfaction. But it’s worth noting that CenturyLink fiber customers seem significantly happier with their service than DSL customers.
Cox Communications received decent internet speed ratings, with the majority of customers reporting adequate and consistent speeds.