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Internet Providers in Grand Rapids, Minnesota

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Home Internet in Grand Rapids, MN

  • Mediacom
    Speeds Up To
    1 Gbps
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    Connection: Cable
    Availability: 62%
    Grand Rapids speed tests confirm high speeds for Mediacom
  • 2. Viasat
    Speeds Up To
    150 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 3. EarthLink
    Speeds Up To
    100 Mbps
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    Connection: 5G Internet
    Availability: 7.4%
  • 4. HughesNet
    Speeds Up To
    100 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 5. CenturyLink
    Speeds Up To
    80 Mbps
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    Connection: DSL
    Availability: 34.6%
  • 6. Always ON
    Download Speeds:
    25 - 150 Mbps
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    Connection: Fixed Wireless
    Availability: 7.4%
  • 7. Starlink
    Download Speeds:
    50 - 220 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • Paul Bunyan Telephone
    Speeds Up To
    250 Mbps
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    Connection: Fiber, DSL
    Availability: 99.6%

Best Internet Provider In Grand Rapids, MN

CenturyLink holds the top spot for internet service in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Offering an 80 Mbps DSL connection that covers about a third of the city, CenturyLink delivers reliable, reasonably fast service starting at $50 a month.

Not all areas of Grand Rapids connect to CenturyLink, however. As alternatives, Viasat Internet and Hughesnet cover 100% of the city with their satellite services. At roughly $50 a month, you can get a maximum download speed of 30 Mbps with Viasat, and 25 Mbps with Hughesnet.

When you consider that DSL services only cover 36% of the city and cable services cover 65%, it's evident that satellite and fiber services are essential, as they offer 100% connectivity. For residents without access to other connection types, the full-coverage options from Viasat and Hughesnet are highly reliable.

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