Internet Service Providers in
Las Vegas, NV

Providers in Las Vegas, NV

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Cable & Fiber Internet 99% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
Speeds up to25 Mbps
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Fixed Wireless Internet 99% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
Speeds up to150 Mbps
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Satellite Internet 92% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
Speeds up to100 Mbps
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Satellite Internet 99% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Somewhat reliable
Speeds up to940 Mbps
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Fiber Internet 91% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
Speeds up to245 Mbps
5G Home Internet 80% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Reliability data not available
Speeds up to50 Mbps
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Fixed Wireless Internet 32% coverage in Las Vegas, NV Reliability data not available
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Mobile Internet Available in Las Vegas, NV Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Reliable
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Las Vegas, NV provider recommendations

Cox: Best internet for most people

Cox Internet pros and cons

pro
Pros
pro Tons of reasonably priced plans
pro Very fast download speeds
pro Great coverage all over the valley
con
Cons
con Mostly cable network (limited fiber)
con Not the cheapest

Cox is the largest internet service provider in Las vegas, with a sprawling, high-speed internet network. It’s among the fastest internet providers in the nation. While the company doesn't offer fiber plans in most areas of Las Vegas, its cable internet plans still offer plenty of bandwidth.

Cox is an especially great option if you’re interested in bundling your internet plan with a cable TV or mobile plan. You can save a ton of money on multiple bills when you sign up for multiple services with Cox.

Best Cox internet plan for most people: Go Faster plan, 500Mbps for $45.00/mo.

This plan from Cox costs just $45 a month when you sign up for Cox Mobile. If you want the plan on its own, it will set you back $90 a month, which is still a fair price for 500Mbps. That’s plenty of bandwidth for streaming, gaming, remote working, and pretty much anything else.

Quantum Fiber: Best fiber internet for high-performance

Quantum Internet pros and cons

pro
Pros
pro Amazing download and upload speeds
pro Affordable prices
pro Very reliable network
con
Cons
con Limited availability

Quantum Fiber is a recent offshoot of CenturyLink that offers incredibly fast and reliable internet to certain customers in Las Vegas. It’s only available in about 14% of the city right now, but it’s the best option for those who can get it.

Fiber internet like Quantum’s gives users symmetrical download and upload speeds. This means you won’t just have seamless speed for streaming and browsing, but also for gaming, uploading large files, and video conferencing. It’s not just the best internet in Las Vegas, but its prices are low and come with a price-for-life guarantee.

Best Quantum Fiber internet plan for most people: 500Mbps Plan for $50/mo.

Quantum only offers two plans for Las Vegas customers. There’s a 500Mbps plan and a 940Mbps plan. Both plans are really great deals, at $50 and $75 a month respectively. But most people won’t need more than 500Mbps, so we recommend that plan.

Verizon 5G Home Internet: Most bang for your buck

Verizon 5G Internet pros and cons

pro
Pros
pro Superfast speeds
pro Seamless wireless connection
pro 5-year price guarantee
con
Cons
con Limited availability
con Pricier for non-Verizon Wireless customers

Of all the recent fixed-wireless internet companies to hit the market in recent years, Verizon 5G Home Internet is probably the best. It uses wide-band frequencies that can carry data faster than the networks used by other companies. In short: Verizon 5G Home Internet is very fast.

You can easily stream 4K TV on multiple devices with this service. It’s got enough power for serious gamers and remote workers. Plus, it’s easy to set up and comes with a state-of-the-art Wi-Fi router that has enough range for most homes.

Best Verizon 5G internet plan for most people: 5G Home Plus plan, up to 1,000Mbps for $45.00/mo.

Verizon 5G Home Internet has a standard plan and a Plus plan. We recommend the Plus plan because it gets you faster speeds and other perks, like the whole home Wi-Fi set up. If you’re a current Verizon Wireless customer on an eligible plan, you can get the Plus plan for just $45 a month. That’s an amazing deal. Those not on Verizon Wireless will have to pay $80 a month, but that’s still fair.

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet: Ideal for smaller households

T-Mobile Internet pros and cons

pro
Pros
pro Straight-forward pricing
pro Easy installation
pro Low prices and no contract
con
Cons
con Not the fastest
con Speed and reliability may vary

If you’re interested in 5G home internet, but Verizon doesn’t cover your area, T-Mobile most likely has you covered. While its speeds aren’t quite as fast as Verizon’s, T-Mobile 5G Home Internet gives you plenty of bandwidth for most basic activities, including streaming HD video, gaming, and doom scrolling into the wee hours of the morning.

T-Mobile’s home internet service has straightforward pricing, no contracts, no hidden fees, and it’s very easy to install yourself (no need to wait or pay for a professional). The biggest issue really comes down to overall speed and reliability, which will always be a little worse than wired connections.

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

It’s easy to pick our favorite T-Mobile Home Internet plan because there is only one. It’s an affordable option at $50 a month and gives you pretty impressive speeds. With 72 to 245Mbps, most small to medium-sized households will have plenty of bandwidth at a very reasonable price.

Cox
Cox Communications
pro Speeds up to 2000 Mbps
pro Fiber connections
Rise Broadband
Rise Broadband
pro Speeds up to 25 Mbps
pro Fixed + Wireless connections

Tech type availability in Las Vegas, NV

Fiber availability

97%

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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

100%

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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

99%

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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

96%

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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
Las Vegas, NV

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
Connection Type
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Cox
2000 MbpsFiber
Cox
2000 MbpsCable
Quantum Fiber
940 MbpsFiber

Internet availability faster than 100Mbps by region

Las Vegas

100%

Nevada

96%

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
Las Vegas, NV

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Average download speed

154 Mbps
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Average upload speed

47 Mbps
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Average latency time

32 ms

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