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Long Lines Plans and Pricing
These are a handful of the plans we found for Long Lines. To see more Long Lines deals and offers in your area enter your zip code above.
Download speeds up to: 40 Mbps
Long Lines AIR 25
Download speeds up to: 25 Mbps
Screaming Fast 600
Download speeds up to: 600 Mbps
Download speeds up to: 1 Gbps
Long Lines AIR 50
Download speeds up to: 50 Mbps
Long Lines Availability by State
|South Dakota||8,667||1 gbps|
|South Dakota||1,593||1 gbps|
|South Dakota||179||1 gbps|
|South Dakota||989||1 gbps|
Cities and Towns With Coverage
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We've had Long Lines for a few months now. It has been reliable and is working well. The only downside, which I feel is significant is their billing system. After our first paper bill, I went online and set us up with paperless billing as I have with our utilities. Every month I get an email from the utilities telling my bill is due. Not so with Long Lines. They don't send you an email or anything, so after a couple months of not seeing a bill I called to ask what was up and learned what was up. In part my fault for not getting online and checking, but also seems like a sneaky way to get more money out of you. They were nice enough to knock $20 off my bill though.
About Our Long Lines Speed Test Tool
Whether Long Lines is your internet provider or you use a different provider, the speed test below can show key statistics about your internet connection.
Use our speed test to determine the performance of your broadband service whether you use Long Lines or another provider. The dials above are designed to display results on download and upload throughput. Download and upload throughput are the main indicators of broadband internet connection performance. As of January 2022, Long Lines’s average download speed is 62.03 Mbps. Across their footprint, the average latency on Long Lines Internet speed tests is -1ms. For context, terrestrial connections generally output latency results in the 5–70ms range. Satellite Internet broadband connections, in contrast, are often closer to 500–800ms.
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Get a precise, real-time read of your speed with this simple test, it can measure the performance of your connection regardless of who is your current internet provider. The BroadbandNow team recommends consumers regularly check their internet's performance as it fluctuates regularly and can identify when you need service support or when your household's usage exceeds your current plan's capability
Note: This speed test can be used to test any internet provider, not just Long Lines .
If your Long Lines speed test result is lower than expected, try resetting your router or call Long Lines customer service for additional assistance.
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Top Cities For Long Lines Internet Service
|Sergeant Bluff, IA||1,000 mbps||211 mbps|
|Jefferson, SD||1,000 mbps||12 mbps|
|Sioux City, IA||1,000 mbps||234 mbps|
|Salix, IA||1,000 mbps||285 mbps|
|Sloan, IA||1,000 mbps||308 mbps|
|North Sioux City, SD||1,000 mbps||123 mbps|
|Soldier, IA||1,000 mbps||1 mbps|
|Orange City, IA||1,000 mbps||197 mbps|
|Onawa, IA||1,000 mbps||101 mbps|
|Whiting, IA||1,000 mbps||8 mbps|