Minnesota Internet Service

Compare internet providers in Minnesota by pricing, availability and speed to find the best one for you.

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Internet providers in Minnesota

Minnesota is known for its beautiful and abundant lakes; well over 10,000 of them. From fishing and hunting to skiing and hiking, the frozen north offers outdoor adventure. For the rural areas in Minnesota, it can be hard to find a high-speed provider, as most only operate in the Twin Cities and other larger areas.

Minnesota broadband coverage is available to 91 percent of the state, but there are still many residents under-served.  Less than 25 percent of Minnesotans statewide have access to speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. As internet technology advances, state officials are working to implement policies that will give high-speed internet access to users in even the most rural farming areas.  

When it comes to internet service providers in Minnesota, there are several to consider. AT&T provides fiber optic, wireless or Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) depending on your location. CenturyLink is another fiber optic provider in Minnesota. Cox, Sparklight and Mediacom offer cable while HughesNet  and Viasat offer satellite. Frontier and Windstream offer DSL services, while Xfinity offers fiber. 

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AT&T Internet 1 - 1,000 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Free Wi-Fi hotspots around the country
  • Monitor WiFi with Smart Home Manager

Plans starting at
$ 49.99 /mo for 12 months

HughesNet Internet 25 - 25 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Free standard installation

Plans starting at
$ 49.99 /mo for 6 months

Viasat Internet 12 - 100 MBPS

Plans Include

  • Two-year price lock guarantee
  • Unlimited data

Plans starting at
$ 70 /mo for months

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Compare Minnesota internet providers

The table below offers an overview of providers currently available in Minnesota.

ProviderType of internetSpeedsStarting package price
AT&T logoHigh-Speed Internet1 - 1,000 MBPS$49.99/mo for 12 monthsView deals
CenturyLink logoFiber Internet12 - 940 MBPS$49/mo for months
Cox logoHigh-Speed Internet10 - 940 MBPS$29.99/mo for 12 monthsView deals
HughesNet logoSatellite25 - 25 MBPS$49.99/mo for 6 monthsView deals
Frontier logoFiber & DSL50 - 940 MBPS$29.99/mo for monthsView deals
Mediacom logoCable Internet60 - 1,000 MBPS$39.99/mo for 12 months
Viasat logoSatellite12 - 100 MBPS$70/mo for months
Windstream logoDSL and Fiber10 - 1,000 MBPS$26/mo for 12 months
Xfinity logoCable Internet15 - 2,000 MBPS$29.99/mo for 12 monthsView deals

The following providers of internet in Minnesota offer reliable connections, high data caps and moderate prices throughout Minnesota. Data allowances range from 300 GB to up to 1 TB per month and Viasat even allows users to buy more data on the base plan.


AT&T offers a base package with speeds of up to 100 Mbps, enough to use popular streaming services like Netflix and Hulu without constantly freezing.  Customers also get a complimentary McAfee Security Suite for protection. The base package offers 1 TB of data per month. That’s plenty for gaming, mobile use, checking in on social media and telecommuting.


The Sparklight base plan provides users with 300 GB of data and speeds of up to 100 Mbps. There are no contracts or commitments either. You can cancel or upgrade at will. Sparklight also offers customers an additional 100 GB for $10 (up to $50). Perfect for customers with data-hungry family and friends. It also has a Lite 15 plan, but availability is extremely limited in Minnesota and you need to ask for it to get all the details.


Viasat only offers speeds of up to 12 Mbps in Minnesota, but it makes up for it by being one of the most widely available providers. Its base plan gives you unlimited data, a huge plus if you like to binge-watch YouTube. Viasat’s plans come with a two-year price lock guarantee and include built-in WiFi. 

Best internet speeds in Minnesota

If you're looking for fast internet in Minnesota, here are the providers to look at.

  • AT&T: Their Internet 1000 plan provides speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, starting at $100 per month.
  • CenturyLink: Has a fiber internet plan starting at $65 per month with 940 Mbps speeds.
  • Frontier:  The Gigablast plan from Frontier offers speeds of up to 940 Mbps for $99.99 per month.
  • Sparklight: Formerly Cable One, the company provides speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps on the GigaOne Plus plan, starting at $125 per month.
  •  Xfinity: Gigabit Pro is Xfinity's premier plan and is available at a starting price of $299.99 per month for speeds of up to 2,000 Mbps.

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