Internet Providers in Las Vegas, NV

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1. CenturyLink - Fiber

Available Speeds in
Nevada

45
Mbps download

2. CenturyLink - DSL
96% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

40
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

3. Cox Communications - Cable
100% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

4. Charter - Cable

Available Speeds in
Nevada

60
Mbps download

5. Hughesnet - Satellite
99% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

1. CenturyLink - DSL
96% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

40
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

2. CenturyLink - Fiber

Available Speeds in
Nevada

45
Mbps download

3. Cox Communications - Cable
100% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

100
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

4. Charter - Cable

Available Speeds in
Nevada

60
Mbps download

5. Hughesnet - Satellite
99% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

25
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

6. TW Telecom - DSL
1% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

10
Mbps download
10 Mbps upload

7. Megapath - DSL
27% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

25
Mbps download
25 Mbps upload

8. Megapath - Other Copper Wireline
32% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

3
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

9. Integra Telecom - Fiber
4% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

1000
Mbps download
2 Mbps upload

10. Cogent Communication - Fiber
1% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

11. TW Telecom - Fiber
1% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

12. Level 3 Communications - Fiber
1% Availability in Las Vegas

Available Speeds in
Nevada

1000
Mbps download
1000 Mbps upload

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Las Vegas Residential Internet Coverage

As one of the largest tourist destinations in the United States, Las Vegas is a city that relies on consistent access to Internet. There are many high-speed Internet providers that serve this massive city and its suburbs. Centurylink Prism provides high-speed fiber Internet service to much of Las Vegas. The fiber network covers the vast majority of Las Vegas, running from Tule Springs in the north to Rancho Charleston in the south. A small part of Summerlin North falls outside the Centurylink Prism service area. DSL service through CenturyLink is accessible throughout Las Vegas, ranging from Summerlin North in the west to Sunrise in the east. Central neighborhoods like Desert Shores, Pioneer Park, and Twin Lakes enjoy access to CenturyLink DSL service. In the north, service reaches the neighborhoods of Tule Springs, Centennial Hills, and Kyle Canyon. The network stretches south to the neighborhoods of Buffalo, Meadows Village, and Huntridge.


Internet Provider types in Las Vegas

  • Cable - 100% Coverage
  • DSL - 96% Coverage

Internet Provider availability in Las Vegas, NV

100% Availability in Las Vegas

100% Availability in Las Vegas

100% Availability in Las Vegas

Broadband Internet availability

Las Vegas 100%

Nevada 95%

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Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Las Vegas


As a customer for eleven years and seven months , I can say that Cox does not care about its customers. Argued with me over $8.00 so I asked if my bill was ever late in the past. After she said no I asked how long was I a customer, she said 11.7 years so I asked is it my fault I did not receive a bill and while we're discussing this I just experienced several service interruptions last week. This did not matter, I was told I can cancel if I wish so I am!!!!!

James DeLorie Las Vegas, NV 2017-05-17

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The customer service is terrible it shows that they do not like their job. The prices keep going up but the quality don't get better. I would really appresiate at least quality customer service if my price is just going up and I would not get more for my money at least to have a kind respectfull person tell me in nice words that I have no other choice.

Luz Dean Las Vegas, NV 2016-09-02

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0 /5 people found this review helpful


Bad amplifier up the street. Impossible top get Cox to send out someone who could actually look at it. I even bought software that identified the problem but Cox simply denied that it was their equipment. 8 months later and some 40 calls for service I canceled my business line. I'm convinced that they have no idea what they are doing and no one in this area that can look at infrastructure issues..

Steve Rother Las Vegas, NV 2016-06-22

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0 /3 people found this review helpful


Cox Internet has to be the worst provider out there. I pay a lot for the slowest speed that they offer. I used to pay a lot less a month but they have recently raised their prices. Stay away

Steve S Las Vegas, NV 2016-03-22

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42 /43 people found this review helpful


Cox Internet has to be the worst provider out there. I pay a lot for the slowest speed that they offer. I used to pay a lot less a month but they have recently raised their prices. Stay away

Steve S Las Vegas, NV 2016-03-22

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21 /24 people found this review helpful


Got charter for my first apartment in reno before I moved to Las vegas. I needed good internet cause I'm a college student. Litterally every single day the internet would turn off for about ten minutes at a time. It would go on and off at LEAST five times a day.. this internet was absolutely horrible. Okay pricing but not worth it!

Amanda Topping Las Vegas, NV 2016-01-29

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15 /16 people found this review helpful


Our home HSI provider is Cox Communication and although occasionally have small issues with speed or device needing reset no one else has speed prices as low and consistent as theirs.

Fotis Tsagnis Las Vegas, NV 2015-05-24

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17 /25 people found this review helpful


I am so sad that Cox is the only internet choice I have. It's like the power and water... you need it, but only one place offers it and they can charge whatever they want. TERRIBLE. CentryLink doesn't service my area and DISH is a JOKE!

Tara T Las Vegas, NV 2015-05-14

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66 /70 people found this review helpful


Unorganized company. They will charge you for installation when your initial contract states no installation fee, they finally changed it after arguing with them and showing them the original contract. I've done speed test and their plans are very slow. Customer service will lie to you then switch you to another department then will purposely disconnect the call. When I show them proof of their mistake all they can respond with is "I'm sorry our representative messed up but there's nothing we can do about it"....

James L Las Vegas, NV 2015-05-12

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50 /53 people found this review helpful


Speed is so so i wished it was a little faster when I have multiple windows open when I'm downloading mutiple movies at once but other than that the service is fine.

Surina Voegele Las Vegas, NV 2014-12-29

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28 /35 people found this review helpful


The service is good: speed, uploads, reliability, but it's expensive and I'd like to find another company with comparable service with lower payments.

Katherine Tino Las Vegas, NV 2014-10-17

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24 /26 people found this review helpful


The speeds are not too bad, I wish it was a little faster for the money I pay. I am not sure if its my laptop or the connection.

Renee Davila Las Vegas, NV 2014-10-02

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18 /21 people found this review helpful


Cox has been our family's provider since we got internet & for good or bad, they seem to be the only game in town here. The good is the quality of the high speed for games and streaming. CSRs are helpful & friendly. The bad is the prices rise yearly and it is tough on a tight budget. We do not bundle and have separate and only cell svc so no discount. Here's a tip for current customers: ask for the Customer Loyalty discount and this helps lower the bill for up to a year, by a few bux. I do this everytime the last loyalty discount ends & the CSR always cuts me a price break.

Lora L Las Vegas, NV 2014-08-18

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21 /26 people found this review helpful


For a person on a very limited budget, Cox Communications offers a lower speed at a (not too much) lower price. I subscribe to this lower speed and it works fine for me since I do not play games online. I think their service is still pricey but they are the only good option here in Las Vegas.

Elaine Bray Las Vegas, NV 2014-06-24

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20 /27 people found this review helpful


Internet is pretty pricey. Also there are times where they work on your internet and dont tell you. So you don't have time to prepare for it. Also depends where you live, but you might have a lot of outages.

Alexis Hyde Las Vegas, NV 2014-03-19

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30 /35 people found this review helpful