On average the internet costs per month in Nevada for residential customers is $72.23. Nevada is neither the most expensive nor the least expensive state for internet coverage. It’s near the U.S. median internet cost of about $75/mo.

In Nevada, residential plans can start as low as $19.99 per month for slower speeds and range up to $180/mo. for the fastest speeds with unlimited data. Depending on your location you may be able to get service from Cox, CenturyLink, T-Mobile, HughesNet satellite, Viasat satellite, or Earthlink, to name a few. One of the best ways to find out who will service your address is to Google “internet service near me?” on your smart phone provided your location settings are turned on. You can also ask friends and neighbors who they use and how they would rate the service.

A few things to consider when you are looking at pricing: (1) many providers offer very low introductory prices that can shoot up dramatically after the promotion period, which can last up to 12 months in some cases. (2) You can lease modems and routers from the provider or in some cases provide your own as long as you check first to see if it will be compatible. (3) You may have an installation and/or an activation fee up front. (4)Most advertised promotional pricing includes requirements for AutoPay and paperless billing.

Other carriers offer coverage as well and so it’s always a good idea to check with each individually to see your options for service at your address in Nevada. Not all carriers offer coverage to all addresses. When no other coverage is available you can consider old-school DSL service via phone lines (slow internet speeds) or satellite internet from Viasat or HughesNet. The Viasat and HughesNet satellites reach most of the continental U.S. You can also check the current coverage map from Starlink satellite internet to see if you can order or pre-order service for your address.

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