Internet Providers in Reno, NV

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1. AT&T
Fiber in Reno

Available Speeds in
Nevada

1
Gbps download

2. AT&T
DSL 96% Availability in Reno

Available Speeds in
Nevada

45
Mbps download
6 Mbps upload

3. Charter
Cable 100% Availability in Reno

Available Speeds in
Nevada

100
Mbps download
3 Mbps upload

4. Hughesnet
Satellite 99% Availability in Reno

Available Speeds in
Nevada

15
Mbps download
1 Mbps upload

5. RTI
DSL in Reno

Available Speeds in
Nevada

2
Mbps download
768 Mbps upload

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

Internet Provider availabilty in Reno, NV

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Reno 100%

Nevada 95%

Maximum Internet speed in Reno

Providers offering maximum speeds:

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Reno Residential Internet Coverage

Reno, the biggest tourist city in Nevada after Las Vegas, has a few Internet service providers that offer the city DSL, cable, satellite, and fiber. Fiber is still building out in Reno through cable provider AT&T, so high-speed fiber may become widely available throughout the city. The DSL network of AT&T reaches considerably further, covering almost 100% of Reno. The map reaches as far north as North Valleys, with extending to the northwest and southwest communities of Reno. South Reno and East Reno are served by AT&T DSL. The central tourist areas of Reno are served by AT&T and Charter, giving tourists and locals reliable coverage. Charter is another huge provider in this area, offering cable to the entirety of Reno. A select few neighborhoods are covered by RTI, a DSL provider in the Reno area. RTI currently offers DSL service to a small part of the North Valleys neighborhood.

Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Reno


Speed and service are pretty good. But prices are very misleading. First, the requisite bundling is very annoying. Second, the advertised price is not the actual price (added taxes, etc.). Third, once you accept the bundling, watch out for surprise price jacking. Neither the television ad nor the representative said that the advertised price was 'promotional' or that it would jump 30%+ at 12 months. Despite calling within 5 minutes after receiving a text notice of the bill, they will not rescind the overcharge. Nor will canceling the service even though the billing is for the NEXT 30 days, not the prior. Regulations should be in place to stop these abuses by internet service providers.

Greg ParrottReno , NV2016-11-01

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the monthly price is too high. The connection is slow and often the Internet service is dropped. If they would stop some of the mailings they do they might be able to give customers a break on the price.

Bill HerrityReno , NV2014-12-29

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Charter is ok... Pricing is great during the promotional period then they rack up charges for everything. Everyone gets mbps double for no charge which is great, but they do not have enough boxes to spread the internet out through apartment complexes. Reno has more apartments then I have every experienced and Charter is no good for speed in apartments.

Rob CochranReno , NV2014-10-20

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High speed internet provides access remotely to important elements of communication. The opportunity to have experts in the field share their expertise provides an important component and environment at your fingertips. It provides the tools for innovative and participatory research in formulating decisions in the workplace. The focus of customer service is in meeting the unique needs of the client essential with any internet company that can always be depended on. The reliability of highspeedinternet.com reflects a cutting edge technology that is always dependable without downtime and in essence ultimately a critical and key element used for success in the workplace. Joan H

Joan HamptonReno , NV2014-07-27

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11/25 people found this review helpful