Internet Service Providers in
Grand Rapids, MI

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20 internet providers in Grand Rapids, MI

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Fiber Internet 43% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
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Cable Internet 52% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
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Fiber Internet 95% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
Speeds up to245 Mbps
5G Home Internet 76% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Cable Internet 99% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
Speeds up to100 Mbps
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Satellite Internet 99% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
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Satellite Internet 99% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
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Fiber & Fixed Wireless Internet 100% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Fixed Wireless Internet 99% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Cable & DSL Internet 95% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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DSL & Other Copper Wireline Internet 73% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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DSL & Fiber Internet 67% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Fiber Internet 58% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Fixed Wireless Internet 4% coverage in Grand Rapids, MI Reliability data not available
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Grand Rapids, MI provider recommendations

Xfinity Internet: Solid cable internet

Xfinity Internet: Solid cable internet

pro
Pros
pro Reliable download speeds
pro Variety of plans
pro Lots of bundle options
con
Cons
con Data caps on all plans
con Extra fee for modem

Xfinity Internet gives Michiganders six internet plans to choose from, and you can expect a dependable connection and solid speeds no matter which plan you pick. You’ll see price hikes on your plan after the promotional period ends (usually 12 months), but you can still save money with great bundle deals on internet, TV, and Xfinity Mobile, the provider’s mobile carrier.

One small downside to Xfinity is it has a 1.2TB monthly data cap, so you can get charged a fee if you pass that cap before your next billing cycle. But that’s a significant amount of data, and it’s more than enough for most internet users.

Best Xfinity internet plan for most people: Fast, 400Mbps for $55.00/mo.

Xfinity has fair prices for the speeds it offers, and you’re getting an especially sweet deal when you pay just $55 per month for 400Mbps download speeds. That’s enough bandwidth for the whole family (or all your roommates) to stream Grand Rapids Griffins games in 4K, download large files, and post to social media—all at the same time on multiple devices.

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet: Best budget pick

T-Mobile Internet pros and cons

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Pros
pro Affordable monthly pricing
pro Super easy installation
pro No contracts or data caps
con
Cons
con Somewhat inconsistent download speeds

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is an excellent budget pick because price hikes are nonexistent, you’re not on the hook for an annual contract, and you don’t have to worry about data caps. This internet service is $50 a month, making it a bargain for cord cutters and college kids.

You get download speeds between 72 and 245Mbps on a T-Mobile 5G connection. Since this service runs over a wireless cellular network, speeds tend to be a bit more inconsistent than what you would get from a cable or fiber connection. But T-Mobile is still fast enough for smaller households—and you’re likely to get a great connection if you get reliable cell service in your area.

Best T-Mobile Home Internet plan for most people: $50 home internet, 72–245Mbps for $50.00/mo.

T-Mobile offers one internet plan, and it’s a solid value for just $50 per month.

AT&T Fiber: Fast and reliable speeds

AT&T Fiber Internet pros and cons

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Pros
pro Speedy internet connection
pro No price hikes
pro No equipment fees
con
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con Limited citywide availability

A fiber-optic internet connection is faster and more reliable than cable, 5G, or DSL internet. If AT&T Fiber is available in your neighborhood, you can’t go wrong in getting it. You can enjoy fast speeds while you’re streaming, gaming, or working from home without worrying about going over your data cap, paying extra fees, or signing an annual contract. And you can share your Wi-Fi with a large number of other users with minimal concerns about buffering or slowdowns.

If you can’t fathom experiencing lag during a Detroit Lions game, AT&T Fiber is the way to go.

Best AT&T internet plan for most people: AT&T Internet 300, 300Mbps for $55.00/mo.

AT&T Internet’s 300Mbps plan has enough speed for marathon streaming, casual gaming, and making video calls. It’s not gigabit, sure, but most people don’t need gigabit speeds anyway.

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AT&T
pro Speeds up to 5000 Mbps
pro Fiber connections
Spectrum
Spectrum
pro Speeds up to 1000 Mbps
pro Cable connections

Tech type availability in Grand Rapids, MI

Fiber availability

75%

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Renowned for its reliability, fiber can reach download and upload speeds up to 10,000Mbps. While it isn’t available everywhere, it’s the best internet you can get.

Cable availability

91%

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Cable is bread-and-butter internet—widely available, often affordable, and very fast, delivering download speeds that range anywhere from 25Mbps to 1,200Mbps.

DSL availability

77%

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DSL maxes out at 100Mbps, but many DSL customers get much slower speeds than that. DSL is becoming obsolete, but it’s still a solid option in rural areas.

Satellite availability

100%

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Satellite is available practically everywhere, even in the most remote parts of the country. It’s costly and comes with strict data limits and slow speeds, so use it as a last resort.

Fastest internet plans and providers in
Grand Rapids, MI

The fastest internet providers can get you gigabit or even multi-gigabit speeds. Not everyone needs a 1,000Mbps connection or faster, but it’s worth the investment if you’re a power user or live in a large household.

Provider
Max Download Speed
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Easy Internet Now
5000 MbpsFiber
Earthlink
5000 MbpsFiber
ATT
5000 MbpsFiber

Internet availability faster than 100Mbps by region

Grand Rapids

100%

Michigan

99%

How much speed do you need?

Take a look below at what you can do with different speeds commonly offered by internet service providers (ISPs). You can read more about the average user’s speed needs in our internet speed guide.

Internet Speed
No. of people
No. of devices
Activities
5–25Mbps 1–2 1–5 Casual web browsing • Emails • Social media • Streaming SD video • Streaming music
25–50Mbps 2–4 4–7 Streaming HD and 4K video • Streaming music • Online gaming • Light work from home
50–100Mbps 4–6 7–10 Streaming 4K video • Online gaming • Working from home • Using home security devices
100–500Mbps 6+ 10+ Streaming 4K video • Online gaming • Running a home office • Using home security and smart home devices
500–1,000Mbps 10+ 15+ Running a home office or creative profession • Streaming in 4K • Live streaming • Online gaming • Using home security and smart home devices

To get these numbers, we used the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) broadband speed guide, our streaming internet speed guide, and our Zoom internet speed guide.

Internet provider averages in
Grand Rapids, MI

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Average download speed

155 Mbps
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Average upload speed

55 Mbps
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Average latency time

29 ms

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