Cox is one of several internet service providers in Las Vegas. You can look into internet plans from EarthLink, CenturyLink, Cox, Modern Utilities, LV Net, Cogent Communications, Verizon 5G Home Internet, T-Mobile 5G Home Internet, Valley Communications Association, and Quantum Fiber.

The average internet cost per month in Nevada for residential customers is about $73.00 but a great deal depends on the connection type and its speed, and those factors depend on infrastructure. In Las Vegas the infrastructure is in place for cable, wireless 5G, and fiber optic connections. However, not all providers offer each type. For example, if you are looking at cable and the company also offers fiber optic be sure to do a side by side comparison of all providers by type of connection to get the best deal.

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.

Check with each carrier individually to see your options for service at your address in Las Vegas. Not all carriers offer coverage to all addresses. When no other coverage is available you can consider 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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