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Internet Service Providers in Los Angeles, California

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Residential Internet Providers in Los Angeles

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  • 100.0%

    940 Mbps

    (844) 602-3865

    Cable

    • Spectrum's coverage footprint offers data cap-free service.
    • Pricing starts at $49.99/month.
    • The majority of Los Angeles residents can access Spectrum internet service.
  • 90.8%

    100 Mbps

    (844) 505-3815

    DSL

    • IPBB internet packages are the most common option from AT&T Internet.
    • 64 zip codes in Los Angeles have AT&T Internet coverage.
    • Plans start at $50.
  • 17.9%

    1,000 Mbps

    (844) 505-3815

    Fiber

    • AT&T Fiber has somewhat limited coverage.
    • AT&T Fiber offers 3 internet plans.
    • AT&T Fiber has coverage in 52 zip codes in Los Angeles.
  • 5.7%

    30 Mbps

    (844) 223-5194

    DSL

    • Data use is not limited on Frontier internet plans.
    • 10 out of 65 zip codes in Los Angeles have Frontier service.
    • Frontier offers 3 internet packages locally.
  • 2.2%

    100 Mbps

    (844) 223-5194

    Fiber

    • Frontier serves 4 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • Frontier markets fiber internet in Los Angeles.
    • We've recorded 5 home internet plans through Frontier currently available.
  • 90.7%

    100 Mbps

    (866) 877-0413

    DSL

    • EarthLink offers DSL in Los Angeles.
    • EarthLink internet plans start at $14.95/month.
    • EarthLink has widespread coverage in the area.
  • 17.9%

    1,000 Mbps

    (866) 877-0413

    Fiber

    • EarthLink uses a fiber network.
    • Plans do not limit streaming.
    • EarthLink provides 5 internet plans in Los Angeles.
  • 0.0%

    987 Mbps

    (877) 912-6177

    Cable

    • Local packages from Xfinity are usually cable.
    • The Xfinity network provides coverage to 3 zip codes in the area.
    • Xfinity offers 5 plans in Los Angeles.
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  • 11.6%

    100 Mbps

    (855) 394-0100

    DSL

    • DSL is the primary option from Sonic locally.
    • Sonic can service 56 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • Existing customers review Sonic 38.63% higher than their competition.
  • 2.1%

    75 Mbps

    (800) 459-6753

    DSL

    • ConnectTo has coverage in 16 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • ConnectTo does not limit data usage.
    • Hybrid fiber-DSL is the main service provided by ConnectTo.
  • 0.6%

    500 Mbps

    (310) 974-8776

    Cable

    • Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems provides cable internet.
    • Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems plans start at $24.99.
    • 11 zip codes in Los Angeles have Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems broadband packages.
  • 0.2%

    500 Mbps

    (310) 974-8776

    Fiber

    • Fiber is the main internet option from Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems.
    • Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems has availability in 3 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems allows users to stream unlimited video.

Fixed Wireless Providers

  • 0.4%

    1,000 Mbps

    (888) 225-1571

    Fixed Wireless

    • 46 zip codes in Los Angeles can access GeoLinks service.
    • GeoLinks uses fixed wireless to provide home internet service.

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Satellite Internet Providers

  • 100.0%

    35 Mbps

    (866) 964-1992

    Satellite

    • Viasat uses satellite technology to offer internet services.
    • Prices run from $50–150.
  • 100.0%

    25 Mbps

    (855) 671-5164

    Satellite

    • HughesNet uses satellites to deliver home internet service.
    • HughesNet prices range from $49.99–139.99.

Business Internet Providers in Los Angeles

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  • 96.0%

    940 Mbps

    (877) 558-9841

    Cable

    • Spectrum Business pricing varies from $59.99–109.99.
    • Spectrum Business markets cable service in the surrounding area.
    • The average speed test result for Spectrum Business around the area is 216.33 Mbps.
  • 87.0%

    100 Mbps

    (877) 761-8590

    DSL

    • Business plans from AT&T start at $50/month.
    • AT&T shows a 90th percentile average speed of 208.82 Mbps locally.
    • AT&T serves 64 zip codes in the area.
  • 12.2%

    1,000 Mbps

    (877) 761-8590

    Fiber

    • Fiber plans are provided by AT&T in Los Angeles.
    • AT&T business internet packages start at $85/month.
    • AT&T offers coverage to 52 zip codes in the area.
  • 11.3%

    100 Mbps

    (844) 913-7821

    DSL

    • Sonic can service 56 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • Los Angeles businesses commonly utilize fiber-based DSL service from Sonic.
    • Business packages from Sonic start at $90/month.
  • 10.6%

    12 Mbps

    (877) 984-3470

    Copper

    • MegaPath has coverage in 58 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • MegaPath plans start at $75.
    • Fiber-backed copper is MegaPath's primary offering in Los Angeles.
  • 8.5%

    1,000 Mbps

    (888) 492-3705

    Fiber Copper

    • $65–199 is a typical price range for CenturyLink Business service.
    • CenturyLink Business serves 34 zip codes in the area.
    • In Los Angeles, CenturyLink Business offers fiber plans.
  • 6.3%

    30 Mbps

    (855) 813-7931

    DSL

    • Pricing starting from $34.99 is available.
    • DSL business internet is provided by Frontier Business in Los Angeles.
    • 10 out of 65 zip codes in Los Angeles have Frontier Business service.
  • 1.3%

    100 Mbps

    (855) 813-7931

    Fiber

    • In Los Angeles, Frontier Business's business services revolve around its high-speed fiber network.
    • Frontier Business serves 4 zip codes in Los Angeles.
    • Frontier Business pricing ranges from $49.99–239.99.
  • 0.4%

    950 Mbps

    (888) 573-0683

    Fiber Copper

    • Business pricing for Verizon Business starts at $59.99.
    • 5 zip codes in Los Angeles have access to Verizon Business packages.
    • For business service, Verizon Business supplies high-speed fiber connections in Los Angeles.
  • 0.1%

    987 Mbps

    (855) 501-3929

    Cable

    • Comcast Business prices range from $69.95–189.99.
    • Comcast Business's internet footprint in the Los Angeles area is very restricted.
    • Comcast Business covers 3 zip codes in Los Angeles.

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Enterprise Providers

  • 100.0%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fixed Wireless

    One Ring Networks services Los Angeles over fixed wireless. Their maximum download speed is 1,000 Mbps.

  • 31.7%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    Crown Castle Fiber provides 31.69% of Los Angeles with fiber service.

  • 27.9%

    100 Mbps

    Fixed Wireless Copper Fiber

    TPx Communications provides fixed wireless, copper, and fiber service to 27.93% of the area. Consumer reviews rate them two and a half stars out of five.

  • 22.0%

    12 Mbps

    Copper DSL Cable Fiber

    GTT Communications provides copper, DSL, cable, and fiber service to 21.99% of the area.

  • 21.5%

    940 Mbps

    Fiber

    Spectrum Business provides 21.51% of Los Angeles with fiber service. Their current rating is two and a half out of five stars.

  • 12.4%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    Verizon Business offers speeds up to 1,000 Mbps over fiber and copper. Verizon Business provides serviceability across 12.41% of the area. Their approval rating is three stars.

  • 12.2%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    AT&T provides fiber service to 12.23% of the area. The provider's rating is two and a half stars.

  • 11.3%

    12 Mbps

    Copper

    Sonic provides copper service to 11.32% of the area. Their consumer rating is four out of five stars.

  • 10.6%

    12 Mbps

    Copper

    MegaPath offers copper services to 10.62% of Los Angeles with a top speed of 12 Mbps. Customer reviews rate them two out of five stars.

  • 8.5%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    CenturyLink Business provides fiber and copper service to 8.47% of the area. Their consumer rating is two out of five.

  • 8.1%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fixed Wireless

    Towerstream provides enterprise services overfixed wireless.Their reported top speed is 1,000 Mbps. 8.12 % ofLos Angeles is covered by Towerstream service. They have a three-star rating.

  • 8.0%

    100 Mbps

    DSL Copper

    Fusion provides 7.95% of Los Angeles with DSL and copper service. The provider's rating is two and a half stars.

  • 5.6%

    100 Mbps

    Copper

    XO Communications offers speeds reaching 100 Mbps over copper. The company offers coverage for 5.62% of the local area. They have a two and a half-star customer rating.

  • 5.4%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    Windstream provides fiber and copper service to 5.44% of the area. The provider has a two-star rating.

  • 4.7%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    Cogent Communications offers coverage for 4.74% of the area, with a fastest reported speed of 1,000 Mbps. They offer service via fiber. Their rating is three out of five.

  • 4.6%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fixed Wireless

    GeoLinks provides fixed wireless service to 4.58% of the area.

  • 3.5%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    Zayo offers speeds reaching 1,000 Mbps over fiber. The provider offers serviceability for 3.49% of Los Angeles. Their current client rating is three and a half out of five.

  • 3.2%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    Tierzero provides fiber and copper service to 3.23% of the area. Their BroadbandNow rating is three stars.

  • 1.3%

    100 Mbps

    Fiber

    Frontier Business provides 1.27% of Los Angeles with fiber service. BroadbandNow-verified users rate them two out of five stars.

  • 1.1%

    50 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    NetFortris provides fiber and copper service to 1.11% of the area.

  • 0.5%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    Allstream provides fiber service to 0.49% of the area. Users rate them three out of five stars.

  • 0.5%

    1,000 Mbps

    Copper

    APXnet provides 0.46% of Los Angeles with copper service.

  • 0.4%

    50 Mbps

    Fiber

    Telnet Worldwide provides 0.42% of Los Angeles with fiber service.

  • 0.4%

    100 Mbps

    Copper

    Utility Telecom provides copper service to 0.38% of the area. Their star rating is three stars.

  • 0.3%

    20 Mbps

    Fiber

    Freeway Communications provides fiber service to 0.31% of the area.

  • 0.3%

    50 Mbps

    Copper Fiber

    Spectrotel provides 0.30% of Los Angeles with copper and fiber service.

  • 0.2%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    Vast Networks provides fiber service to 0.22% of the area.

  • 0.1%

    987 Mbps

    Cable

    Comcast Business covers 0.12% of Los Angeles with cable service. They offer a top reported speed of 987 Mbps. Their rating is two and a half stars.

  • 0.1%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber

    LOGIX Fiber Networks provides fiber service to 0.11% of the area. BroadbandNow users rate them three out of five stars.

  • 0.1%

    4.0 Mbps

    Copper

    Broadview Networks provides copper service to 0.09% of the area. BroadbandNow visitors rank them at three out of five stars.

  • 0.0%

    1.5 Mbps

    Copper

    Vocal IP Networx provides 0.03% of Los Angeles with copper service.

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Mobile Internet Providers in Los Angeles

  • 100.0%

    10 Mbps

    (844) 898-5296

    Mobile Broadband

    • AT&T Wireless is rated three out of five stars.
    • Mobile plans may be subject to data caps.
    • AT&T Wireless provides mobile LTE in 100% of Los Angeles.
  • 100.0%

    10 Mbps

    (800) 922-0204

    Mobile Broadband

    • Verizon Wireless pricing ranges from $60–150.
    • Verizon Wireless offers mobile LTE for 100% of Los Angeles.
    • Mobile services are not a replacement for home internet.
  • 100.0%

    10 Mbps

    (800) 866-2453

    Mobile Broadband

    • LTE service is not a substitute for home internet.
    • T-Mobile has mobile coverage in Los Angeles.
    • T-Mobile has a three and a half-star rating.
  • 99.9%

    0.768 Mbps

    (888) 863-8768

    Mobile Broadband

    • Metro® by T-Mobile provides strong cell service in Los Angeles.
    • Metro® by T-Mobile mobile service is limited by to data allowances.
    • Metro® by T-Mobile has a three out of five-star rating in Los Angeles.
  • 91.5%

    10 Mbps

    (844) 307-7340

    Mobile Broadband

    • Sprint offers widespread cell coverage in Los Angeles.
    • Sprint prices run around $30/month.
    • Sprint is rated three stars.

Internet Access in Los Angeles, California

Cable lines and DSL infrastructure make up the most widely available hardwired broadband networks present in Los Angeles, with close to one hundred percent and 90.80 percent availability in the area.

Competition among Internet service companies is decent in general, and the average Los Angeles census block can access 3-4 Internet providers. Averaged to account for all census blocks in the city, there are exactly 3.28 options in each household.

EarthLink is also a commonly available Internet choice for Los Angeles. They offer primarily DSL service available to 90 percent of the area.

Keep in mind, since FCC data is currently collected twice annually and only made public six or more months after, availability shown in the results below may not reflect the latest upgrades. We aggregate availability and plan data directly from many providers to help reduce the lag.

Charter Spectrum is the most widespread Internet option on the whole, covering practically one hundred percent of Los Angeles residents. AT&T Internet, in contrast, has registered coverage for about 90 percent of residents. Plans are available at or above 25 Mbps with both providers, which meets the FCC minimum for "broadband"-quality, and is sufficient for streaming Netflix. Charter Spectrum also offers business broadband. You can explore our coverage map on this page to compare broadband options at the census block level.

3.9% of consumers in Los Angeles

93,000 People

Only have access to 1 or fewer wired internet providers available at their address.

Summary Of Fastest Internet Providers In Los Angeles, California

ProviderSpeedTypeTime to Download 1 GB
AT&T Internet1,000 MbpsDSL and Fiber8s
EarthLink1,000 MbpsDSL and Fiber8s
XFINITY from Comcast987 MbpsCable8s
Charter Spectrum940 MbpsCable8s
Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems500 MbpsCable and Fiber16s
Frontier Communications100 MbpsDSL and Fiber1m 21s
Sonic100 MbpsDSL1m 21s
ConnectTo75 MbpsDSL1m 49s

Summary Of Internet Provider Availability In Los Angeles, California

  • AT&T Internet - 90.8% Availability in Los Angeles - 1,000 Mbps
  • EarthLink - 90.7% Availability in Los Angeles - 1,000 Mbps
  • Spectrum - 100.0% Availability in Los Angeles - 940 Mbps
  • Sonic - 11.6% Availability in Los Angeles - 100 Mbps
  • Frontier - 5.7% Availability in Los Angeles - 100 Mbps
  • ConnectTo - 2.1% Availability in Los Angeles - 75 Mbps
  • Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems - 0.6% Availability in Los Angeles - 500 Mbps
  • Xfinity - 0.0% Availability in Los Angeles - 987 Mbps

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Download Speeds in Los Angeles

Fastest Zip Codes in Los Angeles

90043

  • #1 (0)
  • 918.37 Mbps ↑ (+45.79)
  • 1156 Tests ↑ (+78)

90028

  • #2 (+2)
  • 833.49 Mbps ↑ (+259.10)
  • 3460 Tests ↑ (+457)

90047

  • #3 (+44)
  • 802.06 Mbps ↑ (+581.14)
  • 511 Tests ↓ (-46)

90066

  • #4 (-1)
  • 669.65 Mbps ↑ (+61.77)
  • 7998 Tests ↓ (-505)

90024

  • #5 (+11)
  • 659.27 Mbps ↑ (+287.97)
  • 3228 Tests ↑ (+1079)

90044

  • #6 (-1)
  • 588.45 Mbps ↑ (+42.59)
  • 2355 Tests ↑ (+152)

90036

  • #7 (0)
  • 525.54 Mbps ↓ (-1.24)
  • 5316 Tests ↑ (+90)

90067

  • #8 (+2)
  • 517.70 Mbps ↑ (+41.95)
  • 2201 Tests ↑ (+256)

90010

  • #9 (+26)
  • 501.34 Mbps ↑ (+224.97)
  • 185 Tests ↑ (+34)

90065

  • #10 (+22)
  • 496.62 Mbps ↑ (+203.04)
  • 2758 Tests ↓ (-105)

90064

  • #11 (+8)
  • 478.04 Mbps ↑ (+124.55)
  • 1797 Tests ↑ (+21)

90029

  • #12 (-1)
  • 472.34 Mbps ↑ (+0.38)
  • 1041 Tests ↓ (-89)

90018

  • #13 (-1)
  • 442.61 Mbps ↑ (+6.89)
  • 1311 Tests ↑ (+101)

90046

  • #14 (-6)
  • 440.92 Mbps ↓ (-82.63)
  • 3799 Tests ↑ (+320)

90059

  • #15 (-2)
  • 433.85 Mbps ↑ (+1.07)
  • 2626 Tests ↑ (+111)

90033

  • #16 (+21)
  • 425.17 Mbps ↑ (+175.84)
  • 1090 Tests ↑ (+530)

90060

  • #17 (-3)
  • 417.45 Mbps ↓ (-0.60)
  • 245 Tests ↑ (+64)

90009

  • #18 (-3)
  • 417.26 Mbps ↑ (+24.34)
  • 45740 Tests ↑ (+2427)

90035

  • #19 (+40)
  • 409.26 Mbps ↑ (+259.00)
  • 1756 Tests ↓ (-25)

90038

  • #20 (+9)
  • 400.15 Mbps ↑ (+97.57)
  • 1527 Tests ↑ (+690)

90025

  • #21 (-4)
  • 395.55 Mbps ↑ (+24.33)
  • 4450 Tests ↓ (-307)

90005

  • #22 (+3)
  • 384.28 Mbps ↑ (+73.96)
  • 2857 Tests ↑ (+40)

90040

  • #23 (+21)
  • 373.54 Mbps ↑ (+146.96)
  • 378 Tests ↓ (-14)

90021

  • #24 (-6)
  • 366.79 Mbps ↑ (+0.26)
  • 1132 Tests ↓ (-139)

90034

  • #25 (+9)
  • 365.44 Mbps ↑ (+86.87)
  • 7265 Tests ↑ (+270)

90004

  • #26 (+17)
  • 359.00 Mbps ↑ (+130.05)
  • 5793 Tests ↑ (+349)

90015

  • #27 (+4)
  • 357.71 Mbps ↑ (+60.73)
  • 792 Tests ↓ (-27)

90017

  • #28 (-4)
  • 347.51 Mbps ↑ (+30.47)
  • 2007 Tests ↑ (+91)

90032

  • #29 (-6)
  • 336.10 Mbps ↑ (+5.91)
  • 1690 Tests ↑ (+23)

90027

  • #30 (-9)
  • 330.38 Mbps ↓ (-4.10)
  • 4054 Tests ↑ (+70)

90014

  • #31 (-9)
  • 318.58 Mbps ↓ (-13.78)
  • 1302 Tests ↑ (+128)

90077

  • #32 (-5)
  • 312.66 Mbps ↑ (+3.83)
  • 8396 Tests ↑ (+469)

90039

  • #33 (-3)
  • 304.09 Mbps ↑ (+2.72)
  • 2444 Tests ↑ (+310)

90049

  • #34 (-1)
  • 303.59 Mbps ↑ (+21.07)
  • 1838 Tests ↓ (-354)

90045

  • #35 (-9)
  • 299.34 Mbps ↓ (-9.57)
  • 5135 Tests ↓ (-1084)

90019

  • #36 (-16)
  • 295.56 Mbps ↓ (-54.40)
  • 3307 Tests ↑ (+552)

90003

  • #37 (-31)
  • 294.42 Mbps ↓ (-233.54)
  • 2270 Tests ↑ (+525)

90068

  • #38 (-29)
  • 288.28 Mbps ↓ (-200.35)
  • 1565 Tests ↑ (+40)

90020

  • #39 (-1)
  • 262.06 Mbps ↑ (+18.46)
  • 3075 Tests ↓ (-72)

90012

  • #40 (-38)
  • 257.98 Mbps ↓ (-427.59)
  • 603 Tests ↓ (-41)

90007

  • #41 (+4)
  • 257.24 Mbps ↑ (+33.74)
  • 1957 Tests ↑ (+626)

90042

  • #42 (+6)
  • 251.48 Mbps ↑ (+31.04)
  • 2100 Tests ↓ (-119)

90002

  • #43 (-1)
  • 246.25 Mbps ↑ (+16.55)
  • 516 Tests ↓ (-126)

90016

  • #44 (-8)
  • 236.40 Mbps ↓ (-24.30)
  • 1695 Tests ↓ (-135)

90062

  • #45 (+1)
  • 232.96 Mbps ↑ (+11.76)
  • 507 Tests ↓ (-269)

90063

  • #46 (-7)
  • 232.24 Mbps ↓ (-4.96)
  • 1841 Tests ↑ (+160)

90037

  • #47 (-7)
  • 230.58 Mbps ↓ (-4.73)
  • 547 Tests ↑ (+19)

90096

  • #48 (+18)
  • 230.08 Mbps ↑ (+179.48)
  • 7325 Tests ↓ (-462)

90008

  • #49 (+1)
  • 226.43 Mbps ↑ (+7.28)
  • 1362 Tests ↓ (-359)

90041

  • #50 (+2)
  • 223.90 Mbps ↑ (+7.77)
  • 851 Tests ↑ (+138)

90048

  • #51 (-10)
  • 222.92 Mbps ↓ (-8.37)
  • 2963 Tests ↑ (+46)

90001

  • #52 (-3)
  • 221.03 Mbps ↑ (+1.15)
  • 556 Tests ↑ (+80)

90071

  • #53 (+9)
  • 218.00 Mbps ↑ (+92.95)
  • 1243 Tests ↑ (+326)

90057

  • #54 (+1)
  • 216.96 Mbps ↑ (+7.23)
  • 1181 Tests ↓ (-271)

90011

  • #55 (-2)
  • 215.87 Mbps ↑ (+0.25)
  • 2713 Tests ↑ (+634)

90013

  • #56 (-28)
  • 210.58 Mbps ↓ (-92.73)
  • 358 Tests ↑ (+76)

90022

  • #57 (0)
  • 208.56 Mbps ↑ (+27.87)
  • 2235 Tests ↓ (-201)

90031

  • #58 (-7)
  • 206.18 Mbps ↓ (-11.80)
  • 843 Tests ↑ (+119)

90026

  • #59 (-1)
  • 192.01 Mbps ↑ (+16.68)
  • 3101 Tests ↑ (+279)

90006

  • #60 (+1)
  • 187.20 Mbps ↑ (+58.79)
  • 1194 Tests ↑ (+50)

90058

  • #61 (-7)
  • 173.06 Mbps ↓ (-38.35)
  • 952 Tests ↑ (+186)

90023

  • #62 (-2)
  • 158.39 Mbps ↑ (+22.77)
  • 665 Tests ↑ (+76)

90061

  • #63 (-7)
  • 121.38 Mbps ↓ (-86.35)
  • 442 Tests ↑ (+102)

90056

  • #64 (+1)
  • 101.63 Mbps ↑ (+49.85)
  • 220 Tests ↑ (+24)

90091

  • #65 (-1)
  • 49.96 Mbps ↓ (-9.23)
  • 24 Tests ↓ (-114)

90101

  • #66 (-3)
  • 48.30 Mbps ↓ (-17.12)
  • 305 Tests ↓ (-9)

Publicly Funded Internet Access in Los Angeles

In Los Angeles we've found 61 libraries and public institutions that offer publicly funded internet access points. These locations may offer free internet to the public on a schedule. Because schedules vary we recommend contacting the institution ahead of time.

  • A C Bilbrew Library
    150 East El Segundo Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90061
  • Alma Reaves Woods Watts Branch
    10205 Compton Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90002
  • Angeles Mesa Branch
    2700 W. 52nd St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90043
  • Anthony Quinn Library
    3965 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90063
  • Arroyo Seco Regional
    6145 N. Figueroa Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90042
  • Ascot
    120 W. Florence Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90003
  • Atlantic Branch
    2269 S. Atlantic Blvd.
    Commerce, CA 90040
  • Atwater Village Branch
    3379 Glendale Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90039
  • Baldwin Hills Branch
    2906 S. LA Brea
    Los Angeles, CA 90016
  • Benjamin Franklin Branch
    2200 E. First St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90033
  • Bristow Park Branch
    1466 S. Mcdonnell Ave.
    Commerce, CA 90040
  • Cahuenga Branch
    4591 Santa Monica Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90029
  • Central Library
    630 West Fifth St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90071
  • Chinatown
    639 N. Hill Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • City Of Commerce Central Library
    5655 Jillson St.
    Commerce, CA 90040
  • City Terrace Library
    4025 East City Terrace Dr.
    Los Angeles, CA 90063
  • Cypress Park Branch
    1150 Cypress Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90065
  • Donald Bruce Kaufman Brentwood Branch
    11820 San Vicente Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90049
  • Eagle Rock
    5027 Caspar Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90041
  • East Los Angeles Library
    4837 East Third St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90022
  • Echo Park Library
    1410 W. Temple Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90026
  • Edendale
    2011 W. Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90026
  • El Camino Real Library
    4264 East Whittier Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90023
  • El Sereno Branch
    5226 Huntington Dr. South
    Los Angeles, CA 90032
  • Exposition Park Regional Branch
    3900 S. Western Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90062
  • Fairfax
    161 S. Gardner Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
  • Felipe De Neve
    2820 W. 6th Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90057
  • Florence Library
    1610 East Florence Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90001
  • Goldwyn Hollywood Regional Branch
    1623 Ivar Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90028
  • Graham Library
    1900 East Firestone Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90001
  • Greenwood Branch
    6134 Greenwood Ave.
    Commerce, CA 90040
  • Hyde Park Branch
    2205 Florence Av
    Los Angeles, CA 90043
  • Jefferson
    2211 W. Jefferson Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90018
  • John C. Fremont Branch
    6121 Melrose Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90038
  • John Muir Branch
    1005 W. 64th St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90044
  • Junipero Serra
    4607 S. Main Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90037
  • Lincoln Heights
    2530 Workman Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90031
  • Little Tokyo
    203 S. Los Angeles St
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • Los Feliz Branch
    1874 Hillhurst Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90027
  • Malabar Branch
    2801 Wabash Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90033
  • Mar Vista Branch
    12006 Venice Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90066
  • Mark Twain Branch
    9621 S. Figueroa St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90003
  • Memorial
    4625 W. Olympic Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90019
  • Palms-Rancho Park Branch
    2920 Overland Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90064
  • Pico Union
    1030 S. Alvarado Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90006
  • Pio Pico - Koreatown
    694 S. Oxford Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90005
  • Robert Louis Stevenson Branch
    803 Spence St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90023
  • Robertson Branch
    1719 S. Robertson Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90035
  • Silver Lake
    2411 Glendale Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90039
  • Vermont Square
    1201 W. 48th. Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90037
  • Vernon Public Library
    4305 Santa Fe Ave.
    Vernon, CA 90058
  • Vernon-Leon H. Washington Jr. Memorial Branch
    4504 S. Central Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90011
  • View Park Library
    3854 West 54th St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90043
  • Washington Irving
    4117 W. Washington Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90018
  • West Los Angeles Regional Branch
    11360 Santa Monica Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90025
  • Westchester -Loyola Village Branch
    7114 W. Manchester Av.
    Los Angeles, CA 90045
  • Westwood Branch
    1246 Glendon Ave
    Westwood, CA 90024
  • Will And Ariel Durant Branch
    7140 W. Sunset Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90046
  • Willowbrook Library
    11838 Wilmington Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90059
  • Wilshire
    149 N. Saint Andrews Pl
    Los Angeles, CA 90004
  • Woodcrest Library
    1340 West 106th St
    Los Angeles, CA 90044

Los Angeles is the 22nd most connected city in California ahead of West Hollywood, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Huntington Park, and Inglewood.

Approximately 21,000 people in Los Angeles County don't have access to any wired internet.

Fiber Availability: 20% of people living in Los Angeles have residential fiber service available to them.

Approximately 96% of Los Angeles residents are serviced by multiple wired providers.

As of this month, 90043 Is the zip code with the fastest average download speed in Los Angeles.

In Los Angeles County, approximately 31,000 people do not have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband.

ISP Coverage near University Of Southern California and University Of California-Los Angeles

In the 2 mile area around University Of Southern California, a normal home or apartment building has 2-3 options for an internet connection. University Of California-Los Angeles currently shows 2.06 ISPs to choose from for homes in a two miles of their location. Both University Of Southern California and University Of California-Los Angeles have average internet speeds that are appropriate for students needs such as streaming video, sharing big items, and playing games. Plans in this range aren't guaranteed to be obtainable in every road near campus, and could be unobtainable in apartment complexes. Keep in mind these averages are calculatedbased on download speed analysis', and performance will likely be closer to the advertised speeds shown here.

Working from Home in Los Angeles

Los Angeles currently has 64,592 active workers who perform their work primarily from home via telecommuting. 79.09 of those telecommuters earn less than $75K per year. If setting up a home network for telecommuting, it's important to check any data caps on your package. Many Broadband plans have data limits. This may be difficult if you consume a lot of data for work purposes like video conferencing, etc. Business-class connections can be considered if you need more than a residential bundle.

Data Caps in Los Angeles

Internet service providers have been moving to add data caps on their residential broadband packages. Some major providers in Los Angeles, including AT&T Internet, have plans with data caps according to our latest plan data. Data caps fall on a wide range, and run anywhere from 250GB up to a Terabyte or more. Data caps are generally very high, meaning they don't pose a problem for most customers. AT&T Internet customers in Los Angeles should double check data caps while signing up. Don't presume them based on marketing materials.

Internet access in Los Angeles neighborhoods

To date, we have compiled information about Internet access for these communities within Los Angeles: Commerce, Lincoln Heights, Century City, Watts, Glassell Park, Oakwood, East Los Angeles, Eagle Rock, Highland Park, West Los Angeles, Westchester, Vernon, Leimert Park, and Hollywood.

Summary Of Internet Providers In Los Angeles

ProviderTypeCoverageSpeed
AT&T InternetDSL and Fiber90.8%+1,000 Mbps
EarthLinkDSL and Fiber90.7%+1,000 Mbps
Charter SpectrumCable100%940 Mbps
SonicDSL11.6%+100 Mbps
Frontier CommunicationsDSL and Fiber5.7%+100 Mbps
ConnectToDSL2.1%+75 Mbps
Consolidated Smart Broadband SystemsCable and Fiber0.6%+500 Mbps
GeoLinksFixed Wireless0.4%+1,000 Mbps
XFINITY from ComcastCable0.0%+987 Mbps
HughesNetSatellite100%25 Mbps
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede)Satellite100%35 Mbps
Spectrum BusinessCable and Fiber96.0%+940 Mbps
AT&TDSL and Fiber87.0%+1,000 Mbps
One Ring NetworksFixed Wireless100%1,000 Mbps
Crown Castle FiberFiber31.7%+1,000 Mbps
TPx CommunicationsFixed Wireless27.9%+100 Mbps
SonicDSL and Copper11.3%+100 Mbps
GTT CommunicationsCopper22.0%+12 Mbps
MegaPathCopper10.6%+12 Mbps
CenturyLink BusinessFiber8.5%+1,000 Mbps
Verizon BusinessFiber12.4%+1,000 Mbps
Frontier BusinessDSL and Fiber6.3%+100 Mbps
TowerstreamFixed Wireless8.1%+1,000 Mbps
FusionDSL8.0%+100 Mbps
XO CommunicationsCopper5.6%+100 Mbps
WindstreamFiber5.4%+1,000 Mbps
Cogent CommunicationsFiber4.7%+1,000 Mbps
GeoLinksFixed Wireless4.6%+1,000 Mbps
ZayoFiber3.5%+1,000 Mbps
TierzeroFiber3.2%+1,000 Mbps
NetFortrisFiber1.1%+50 Mbps
AllstreamFiber0.5%+1,000 Mbps
APXnetCopper0.5%+1,000 Mbps
Telnet WorldwideFiber0.4%+50 Mbps
Utility TelecomCopper0.4%+100 Mbps
Freeway CommunicationsFiber0.3%+20 Mbps
SpectrotelCopper0.3%+50 Mbps
Comcast BusinessCable0.1%+987 Mbps
Vast NetworksFiber0.2%+1,000 Mbps
LOGIX Fiber NetworksFiber0.1%+1,000 Mbps
Broadview NetworksCopper0.1%+4.0 Mbps
Vocal IP NetworxCopper0.0%+1.5 Mbps

Customer Reviews of Internet Providers in Los Angeles

Worst Experience with the staff & the service

Worse Customer Service I've ever experienced to work with. It takes forever with their staff to fix a problem , however 99% of the times it doesn't get fixed. I'm planning to switch to a different company as soon as I get the credit back for the extra charges they billed me for. even 1 star is too much for this company

Billing

This company is rolling over a past due amount that was paid three years ago to a new account in the last month, huddart Park service for this past due and we've had an outage for the last week

Relentless decline in both Speed and Reliability

During the past two weeks, my 5-15 Mbps service fails to provide more than 1.3 Mbps, and Layer 3 link stability has been extremely irregular. I frequently need to abandon the service and switch all my equipment over to one of two 4G LTE WiFi hotspots on my iPhones. It's obscene that I'm paying almost $100 a month for service that is little better than two coconuts shells and a piece of piano wire. One way or another, this won't continue too much longer.

Poor on line speed

When I talked to salesperson, I told them that I was unhappy with my current Internet service. The salesperson told me this would be great for streaming movies. When I tried to use it I ran out of data. When you call customer service they try to sell you more data. Truth be told even if you got there best data program, you still couldn't stream movies very many times. This whole program is set up to tell you this system will do anything you ask them for, then when you are trying to quite service, you have to pay a huge disconnect fee. I am totally dissatisfied but am stuck with a system that is worse than dialup. Do yourself a favor and stay away. Can't wait until I can get out from under this useless contract.

Pretty good

Pleased to finally get data cap free service at my apt! However, the customer service has been spotty.

Good Service, Quality, and Price

With no change in our billing, we now have reliable internet and phone service along with better customer service. We are very pleased Race Communications came to our area.

Great speeds

Speeds are great ever since we switched to Verizon FiOS, we pay for 200 Mbps up and down and get 330Mbps up and down, speeds are consistent and never slow down, customer service is also good. I would recommend Verizon.

Exceptional Service

Race is superb. I have no complaints after almost two years of service. Had to start with the 25 Mbps speed, but after struggling for years using a cell phone as a "hotspot", it was dreamy to actually reduce our overall utility bill while greatly improving our quality of life. On a separate note, their voluntary commitment to net neutrality is not only a comfort as a subscriber but says volumes about their business ethics and commitment to the communities they serve. I've been trying to clear some room in the budget so they can "Gigafy Me!" asap.

Fast Speeds At Great Value

I used to have a different provider until RCN moved into my building. The internet service has been amazing. I have the 255Mbps plan which really goes to about 300Mbps in my apartment building. I pay $40 a month granted I do have my own equipment but still. Great value and better reliability than others which would constantly lose service in my building. I would suggest taking a look if it's available in your area.

Fine while the promotional price lasted.

My internet connection was reliable and fast enough for my needs. Spectrum gave me a used modem at first and it wore out, but they replaced it cheerfully with a new one. My main gripe is with their pricing. I didn't realize that I was receiving a promotional price that would suddenly go up from around $45/month, which was reasonable, to around $66/month, which is a big jump with no value added. When I rang about it, the customer service rep said I could have the old price if I paid for a TV subscription as well, which would have brought my total bill to around $90/month. But I don't want TV, and I certainly don't want to pay $90/month. The other problem with Spectrum is that you get lots of calls and mail from people trying to sell you additional services (like phone and TV), which is really tedious. I was happy with the service I was getting at the price I was paying. I suppose I'll look for another provider.

Frequently Asked Questions about Los Angeles, California

  • What is the best internet provider in Los Angeles?

    It depends on your needs and specific neighborhood. Spectrum has the most widespread Los Angeles Internet service, while AT&T and Frontier offer the fastest speeds.

  • What is the fastest internet provider in Los Angeles?

    Spectrum internet is the fastest option for most Los Angeles homes. AT&T Fiber is faster, but only available to select neighborhoods.

  • How much is internet service in Los Angeles?

    Depending on your location, internet plans in LA can run anywhere from $10/month (low-income subsidy plans) all the way up to hundreds for business fiber. $60/month is a common price point for internet-only cable or DSL in the area.

Last Updated on 2/16/2020.