Internet Providers in North Las Vegas, NV
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North Las Vegas Residential Internet Coverage
In North Las Vegas, residential and business customers can choose the internet plan that fits their speed preferences and budget.
As fiber internet has become more popular, Centurylink Prism has expanded its network to cover much of North Las Vegas. Coverage stretches to include communities like North Cheyenne and Sheep Mountain. The network expands south to include many other North Las Vegas neighborhoods, including Lone Mountain and Desert Shores.
CenturyLink is also a key DSL service provider in the Las Vegas area, providing consistent service to North Las Vegas neighborhoods. In the far north, CenturyLink serves the neighborhoods of Tule Springs, Kyle Canyon, and Sheep Mountain. Central neighborhoods in the company_s service area include Centennial Hills, North Cheyenne, and Michael Way.
Another popular option in North Las Vegas is satellite internet, which is widespread and reliable enough to be used in outlying communities. Hughesnet is the main satellite provider in this city, bringing service to almost all of North Las Vegas.
Summary of North Las Vegas Internet Providers
|Provider||Type||Download speeds up to|
|CenturyLink||DSL, Fiber||80 Mbps||3.0/5|
|Cox Communications||Cable||300 Mbps||3.5/5|
Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in North Las Vegas
This company resorted to the very same tactics in which the cell phone companies have gotten away from. In the last t w o years they have raised their charges on the same internet service twenty five percent. I know they have no control over taxes but this raise in fees isn't including the recent increase in communication taxes. They continue to raise the price steadily and offer their customers a price lock once they have had enough of the raising costs. This so called price lock is a t w o year agreement in which if you choose to no longer use them they charge you an early termination deal. All the while they continue to offer new customers a price discount on services at nearly f i f t y percent of what a current customer is paying. Why don't you just start everyone and lock their price from day o n e... your price should be fair from the get go, you don't continuously dismiss you current customers of years in hopes you can lock them into an agreement. just provide good service and hope they stay with you... I have had enough, I have been a customer for over four years but these last two years have me thinking about just going back to clear or even just using my cell phone hot spot. COX you are becoming horrible century link or charter will be taking your customers.
Kyle Warren North Las Vegas, NV2015-03-27
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