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Internet Service Providers in Omaha, Nebraska

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Residential Internet Providers in Omaha

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  • 79.2%

    140 Mbps

    (855) 913-4257


    • CenturyLink markets DSL plans.
    • CenturyLink's Omaha download speeds average 67.99 Mbps.
    • CenturyLink pricing begins at $49/month.
  • 30.0%

    1,000 Mbps

    (855) 913-4257

    Fiber Copper

    • Packages range from $49–65.
    • CenturyLink services 30 zip codes in the area.
    • CenturyLink offers fiber packages.
  • 98.5%

    940 Mbps

    (855) 913-4284


    • Omaha has 5 internet package options from Cox.
    • Cox internet service is available to 98.49% of Omaha.
    • Cox offers unlimited data use.
  • 56.6%

    15 Mbps

    (844) 910-2642

    Fixed Wireless

    • Rise Broadband has availability for 30 zip codes locally.
    • Prices range from $29.95–59.99.
    • The top Rise Broadband internet option in Omaha is fixed wireless.
  • 100.0%

    100 Mbps

    (844) 912-2812


    • Viasat has earned a two-star consumer rating out of five stars.
    • Plans range from $50–150.
    • Viasat does not leverage data caps in Omaha.
  • 100.0%

    25 Mbps

    (844) 902-3107


    • HughesNet service starts at $59.99.
    • Omaha locals have access to satellite plans HughesNet.
    • HughesNet doesn't limit data use.
  • 0.1%

    25 Mbps

    (888) 262-2661


    • DSL is the primary choice from American Broadband.
    • American Broadband provides 3 internet plans.
    • Data usage is unlimited on internet plans.
  • 90.9%

    20 Mbps

    (866) 995-0410

    Fixed Wireless

    • Future Technologies service starts at $34.99/month.
    • Future Technologies star ratings are 25.07% above average.
    • Future Technologies is a fixed wireless internet company.

1 residential internet provider is hidden due to low coverage in Omaha. Show all providers

Business Internet Providers in Omaha

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  • 92.7%

    140 Mbps

    (844) 908-2560


    • CenturyLink Business provides 2 different internet packages.
    • CenturyLink Business markets DSL service in the local area.
    • CenturyLink Business has an average download speed of 67.99 Mbps in Omaha.
  • 67.1%

    15 Mbps

    (855) 929-4564

    Fixed Wireless

    • Rise Broadband plans start at $69.95.
    • Rise Broadband has availability for 30 zip codes locally.
    • Businesses in Omaha can expect to see high-speed fixed wireless options in Omaha.
  • 59.9%

    940 Mbps

    (855) 944-3886


    • Business service from Cox Business is dominated by cable in the local area.
    • Cox Business is 13.55% above the average in Omaha.
    • For business service, Cox Business prices start at $74.
  • 47.3%

    1,000 Mbps

    (844) 908-2560

    Fiber Copper

    • CenturyLink Business offers coverage to 30 zip codes in Omaha.
    • In Omaha, CenturyLink Business offers fiber plans.
    • In general, pricing with CenturyLink Business ranges from $84.99–194.99.
  • 0.3%

    950 Mbps

    (888) 573-0683

    Fiber Copper

    • High-speed fiber internet is provided by Verizon Business in Omaha.
    • 3 zip codes in Omaha can get Verizon Business packages.
    • Verizon Business packages start at $59.99.

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Enterprise Providers

  • 67.1%

    15 Mbps

    Fixed Wireless

    Rise Broadband offers speeds reaching 15 Mbps. Their business internet services are primarily fixed wireless. Rise Broadband has coverage for 67.11% of Omaha. They have a two-star user rating.

  • 63.5%

    1,000 Mbps


    Unite Private Networks offers speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, and a coverage area reaching 63.47% of the area with fiber service.

  • 47.3%

    1,000 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    CenturyLink Business provides 47.25% of Omaha with fiber and copper service. The provider's rating is two stars.

  • 35.4%

    1,000 Mbps


    Cox Business provides 35.39% of Omaha with fiber service. Customers rate them two and a half stars out of five.

  • 9.9%

    1,000 Mbps


    NebraskaLink provides enterprise services overfiber.Their reported top speed is 1,000 Mbps. 9.87 % ofOmaha is covered by NebraskaLink service.

  • 6.4%

    950 Mbps

    Fiber Copper

    Verizon Business offers fiber and copper services to 6.35% of Omaha. Their top speed is 950 Mbps. Customers rank them at three out of five stars.

  • 2.3%

    -- Mbps


    Great Plains Communications provides 2.34% of Omaha with fiber service. They currently have a three-star user rating.

  • 2.3%

    -- Mbps

    Copper Cable

    GTT Communications provides 2.34% of Omaha with copper and cable service. Their customer rating is one and a half out of five.

  • 0.9%

    250 Mbps


    Windstream provides 0.93% of Omaha with fiber service. BroadbandNow visitors rate them two out of five stars.

  • 0.1%

    1,000 Mbps


    Cogent Communications provides speeds reaching 1,000 Mbps over fiber. The company offers coverage for 0.10% of Omaha. The 's rating is three stars.

  • 0.0%

    5 Mbps


    Aureon provides 0.02% of Omaha with fiber service.

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Mobile Internet Providers in Omaha

  • 100.0%

    10 Mbps

    (844) 898-5296

    Mobile Broadband

    • Some plans migh be limited using data allowances.
    • AT&T Wireless is currently rated three of five stars.
    • AT&T Wireless packages start at $50.
  • 100.0%

    10 Mbps

    (800) 922-0204

    Mobile Broadband

    • Verizon Wireless is rated three and a half out of five stars.
    • Current plans start at $60.
    • Verizon Wireless mobile plans may be limited by to monthly data caps.
  • 100.0%

    6 Mbps

    (844) 307-7340

    Mobile Broadband

    • Packages can be subject to throttling.
    • Sprint offers robust coverage in Omaha.
    • Sprint service starts at $30/month.
  • 100.0%

    0.768 Mbps

    (800) 274-2538

    Mobile Broadband

    • Cricket provides LTE for 99.96% of Omaha.
    • Cell service is not a substitute for wired broadband.
    • Cricket is rated three stars.
  • 100.0%

    0.768 Mbps

    (888) 944-9400

    Mobile Broadband

    • U.S. Cellular offers mobile in Omaha.
    • Packages run from $40–90.
    • Some plans may be subject to data allowances.

Internet Buyer's Guide for Omaha, Nebraska

Known for its rich pioneer history, global conservation efforts, and growing economy thanks to its many Fortune 500 Headquarters, Omaha, Nebraska is a bustling, highly connected city. Omaha has a wide variety of internet plans, deals, and pricing options available for the residential and business markets. Look no further than this all-inclusive Internet Buyer’s Guide for a comprehensive look at the best internet providers in Omaha.

Residential Internet Providers in Omaha, NE

Provider Starting Price Speed Range Type Of Internet Coverage Availability
Cox Communications $29.99/mo. 10-940 Mbps Cable 98% Cable
CenturyLink $49/mo. 20-940 Mbps DSL, Fiber 79% DSL, 30% Fiber
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) $50/mo. 12-100 Mbps Satellite 100% Satellite
HughesNet $59.99/mo. 25 Mbps Satellite 100% Satellite

The table above summarizes Omaha internet providers with the greatest coverage locally.

Fastest Internet Providers in Omaha, NE

Provider Maximum Speed Price Range
CenturyLink 940 Mbps $49-65/mo.
Cox Communications 940 Mbps $29.99-99.99/mo.
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) 100 Mbps $50-150/mo.
Rise Broadband 50 Mbps $29.95-59.99/mo.

The providers above offer the fastest download speeds currently available to Omaha residents.

What type of internet is available in Omaha?

Internet types available in Omaha are DSL, Cable, Fiber, Fixed Wireless, and Satellite. If you are not familiar with what each one of these entails, below are key explanations.

  • DSL: DSL has widespread coverage in Omaha and uses existing copper telephone lines to deliver cost-effective internet service. Its speeds are slower on average than cable and fiber internet so it’s best for light internet users.
  • Cable: Using the same lines as cable television, cable internet is the most common broadband connection in Omaha. Cable internet is often bundled with television and/or home phone services.
  • Fiber: Fiber is ideal for online gamers or those that work-from-home and require fast internet speeds. Fiber is not as widely available in Omaha as cable or DSL, but it is the fastest connection type on the market.
  • Fixed Wireless: Fixed wireless internet uses wireless communication devices to deliver internet to your home through radio airwaves.
  • Satellite: Covering 100 percent of the Omaha area, satellite is a great option for residents without many choices for internet. A satellite dish is installed on your roof to establish an internet connection.

Keep in mind that each type of internet has varying coverage availability throughout Omaha, so it’s likely that not all of these options will be available in your neighborhood.

How do I find the cheapest internet option in Omaha?

Cox Communications, Future Technologies and CenturyLink are currently the largest internet providers in Omaha. They each offer low-cost alternatives. In total, there are 24 internet providers in Omaha—8 offer residential services and 16 offer business services. Internet plans for residential customers have speeds ranging from 3-1000 Mbps.

Cheapest internet in Omaha

  • Rise Broadband— $29.95/mo. for up to 25 Mbps *
  • Cox Communications— $29.99/mo. for up to 10 Mbps *
  • CenturyLink— $49/mo. for up to 20 Mbps *
  • Viasat Internet (formerly Exede)— $50/mo. for up to 12 Mbps *
  • HughesNet— $59.99/mo. for up to 25 Mbps *
* Price is per month before fees for length of contract. Price may be a promotion and is not guaranteed. Review final price and terms before choosing an internet provider.

How Much Internet Speed Do I Need In Omaha?

Omaha is a Midwestern city with a lot of urban amenities, but it is small enough for a hometown appeal. Many people find it a great place to raise a family. Depending on your household and internet needs, your internet speed requirements will vary. Like most users, Omaha residents are looking for fast internet service at an affordable price, but it is necessary to look at all of your options because a higher price does not necessarily mean higher speeds. Depending on your area, you may have different plans and prices available.

If you simply use the internet to browse the web, check emails, and stream videos on one device, you are considered a light internet user and would need speeds of at least speeds 25 Mbps or higher. If you play a lot of online games, have several people using the internet at once, or work from home, you should consider download speeds of at least 100 Mbps. Too much internet speed is a waste of money; too little speed can leave you frustrated.

Below are the recommended download speeds based on frequent internet activities and the residential providers in Omaha that offer these speeds.

Recommended Speeds Type of Internet Activities Internet Providers in Omaha
25+ Mbps
  • Basic web browsing
  • Stream video on one device
  • Low lag online gaming
  • Ideal for 1-2 person household of light internet users
  • CenturyLink
  • Cox Communications
  • Rise Broadband
  • Viasat Internet (formerly Exede)
  • HughesNet
  • Future Technologies
100+ Mbps
  • Competitive gaming
  • Heavy streaming
  • High-resolution video chat
  • No lag online gaming
  • Appropriate for smart homes
  • Ideal for 4+ household
  • CenturyLink
  • Cox Communications
  • Rise Broadband
  • Viasat Internet (formerly Exede)
1000+ Mbps
  • Stream 4K video on multiple devices (i.e. Load Netflix show in HD in 5 seconds or download a 30 GB game in less than 5 minutes)
  • Gigabit performance
  • Ideal for home offices
  • Ideal for 4+ household of power internet users
  • CenturyLink
  • Cox Communications

How do I find the fastest internet in Omaha?

CenturyLink, Cox Communications, and Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) are the three providers that offer the fastest download speeds for residential internet in Omaha.

Should I bundle TV or phone service in Omaha?

Cox Communications offers bundled deals in Omaha. Bundles offer one price for cable TV, internet, and/or phone service. Each provider offers unique benefits for bundling services and, depending on your residential or business needs, this may be an advantage. If you only need internet service, standalone internet plans are also available.

Bundled Cable Plans and Pricing in Omaha

Internet Providers in Omaha Services Price Range of Bundles
Cox Communications Internet + Phone + TV $54.99-179.99/mo.

How can I compare the major internet providers in Omaha?

There are many factors to consider when shopping for internet providers in Omaha. To find the one that is best for you, think about your purposes for using the internet and your budget. Then, check out the providers in your area and consider the following categories.

  • Price: Consider how much you’re comfortable paying for internet every month. Whether you work for the Union Pacific Railroad or you’re a family of four living in Papillion, it’s important to set your budget.
  • Speed: The amount of speed you need will depend on how you use the internet and how many people will be online at once. If you’re a restaurant or business owner in the metropolitan area of Omaha, higher speeds may be the ideal choice.
  • Data Caps: Some plans will offer unlimited data while others will have data caps with extra fees for additional usage.
  • Contracts: Many providers in Omaha require you to sign a contract to lock in a price, often for 1-2 years in length. Depending on your plans for staying in Omaha, consider whether you would be better off with a month-to-month or long-term contract.

What do I need to keep in mind when moving to Omaha?

Home to Conagra, Union Pacific Railroad, Kiewit Corporate, Mutual of Omaha, and Warren Buffett, Omaha is filled with various industries. If you are planning on moving to the city to work in one of the aforementioned industries or for the family-friendly, hometown feel, there are some things to keep in mind when choosing an internet provider.

If you enjoy the internet service from your current provider, check to see if they also service your new home. Give your provider a call to check if your current plan is transferable to your next home. If not, be prepared for early termination fees.

If you signed a contract with your current provider and you need to break it early, there may be an early termination fee (ETF). Early termination fees in Omaha can cost anywhere between $0-400, depending on your chosen plan and provider. For example, Cox Communications has 1-2-year contracts for internet plans and bundles with ETFs ranging from $120- $240. HughesNet has a 2-year term with a $400 ETF.

Most internet providers in Omaha have contracts with agreements ranging from 1-2 years. Viasat offers contract-free plans for a fee, while other providers may have month-to-month rates. Make sure you read your contract before signing up for the service so that you don’t encounter unexpected fees.

Installation Fees in Omaha

Installation costs in Omaha vary depending on provider and property details. Self-installation may also be an option with certain providers and plans, which is usually cheaper than professional installation. On the other hand, some providers in Omaha may require you to pay for professional installation.

How much data do you need for your home or business internet in Omaha?

If you work at home, stream movies or sporting events, or participate in online gaming, you will need to find a provider with unlimited data or a large data cap. Internet providers in Omaha offering plans with no data caps include Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) and Future Technologies. Cox Communications and CenturyLink offer plans that have data caps of 1 TB or higher.

What are the most-connected neighborhoods in Omaha?

Omaha is the 29th most connected city in Nebraska and has two major universities: Creighton and the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The areas around these campuses have 4-5 different choices for consumer internet access. Most neighborhoods in Omaha have access to cable and DSL with at least 2-3 internet providers available. For example, The Old Market, Conagra Drive, and Harney Street have 2-3 providers available. In general, most residents choose from Future Technologies, CenturyLink and Cox Communications for service.

Internet Statistics 2020

4.0% of consumers in Omaha

20,000 People

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

Omaha is the 29th most connected city in Nebraska ahead of La Vista, Papillion, Carter Lake, Council Bluffs, and Bellevue.

Fiber Availability: 29% of people living in Omaha have residential fiber service available to them.

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

As of this month, 68117 Is the zip code with the fastest average download speed in Omaha.

In Douglas County, approximately 8,000 people do not have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband.

Internet Statistics for Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha is more connected than neighboring cities such as La Vista, Papillion, Carter Lake, Council Bluffs, and Bellevue. While many residents and business owners in Omaha have 2-3 internet providers available to them, 20,000 people in the city have access to one or fewer wired internet providers. Overall, Omaha is very well-connected with at least a few choices no matter what area you reside in. The city is home to many telemarketing companies, so business internet needs are well-covered.

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Download Speeds in Omaha

Fastest Zip Codes in Omaha


  • #1 (+26)
  • 544.10 Mbps ↑ (+415.76)
  • 42 Tests ↑ (+3)


  • #2 (0)
  • 516.99 Mbps ↑ (+6.57)
  • 4409 Tests ↓ (-637)


  • #3 (0)
  • 349.22 Mbps ↓ (-31.26)
  • 2117 Tests ↓ (-824)


  • #4 (0)
  • 323.87 Mbps ↓ (-5.46)
  • 320 Tests ↑ (+33)


  • #5 (+11)
  • 320.34 Mbps ↑ (+118.43)
  • 1670 Tests ↑ (+166)


  • #6 (0)
  • 276.63 Mbps ↓ (-3.72)
  • 1525 Tests ↓ (-206)


  • #7 (+1)
  • 273.78 Mbps ↑ (+3.61)
  • 819 Tests ↑ (+83)


  • #8 (+4)
  • 267.59 Mbps ↑ (+27.52)
  • 8476 Tests ↓ (-1462)


  • #9 (+16)
  • 265.26 Mbps ↑ (+104.13)
  • 427 Tests ↑ (+13)


  • #10 (-1)
  • 256.21 Mbps ↑ (+1.66)
  • 2241 Tests ↓ (-88)


  • #11 (0)
  • 252.04 Mbps ↑ (+7.54)
  • 3223 Tests ↓ (-692)


  • #12 (+3)
  • 237.26 Mbps ↑ (+33.31)
  • 2600 Tests ↑ (+267)


  • #13 (0)
  • 228.43 Mbps ↑ (+2.64)
  • 6333 Tests ↓ (-1255)


  • #14 (+7)
  • 225.34 Mbps ↑ (+54.18)
  • 1727 Tests ↑ (+345)


  • #15 (-10)
  • 222.69 Mbps ↓ (-77.93)
  • 702 Tests ↑ (+300)


  • #16 (+10)
  • 222.02 Mbps ↑ (+61.07)
  • 1495 Tests ↓ (-846)


  • #17 (-16)
  • 198.10 Mbps ↓ (-319.77)
  • 1629 Tests ↓ (-397)


  • #18 (-4)
  • 195.70 Mbps ↓ (-10.31)
  • 289 Tests ↑ (+10)


  • #19 (-1)
  • 186.05 Mbps ↑ (+5.66)
  • 2942 Tests ↓ (-1024)


  • #20 (-10)
  • 184.84 Mbps ↓ (-60.56)
  • 2720 Tests ↓ (-1109)


  • #21 (-1)
  • 167.30 Mbps ↓ (-7.01)
  • 3217 Tests ↓ (-311)


  • #22 (0)
  • 163.17 Mbps ↓ (-6.88)
  • 1020 Tests ↓ (-342)


  • #23 (-16)
  • 150.86 Mbps ↓ (-129.48)
  • 471 Tests ↓ (-227)


  • #24 (-1)
  • 137.84 Mbps ↓ (-27.85)
  • 902 Tests ↓ (-38)


  • #25 (-1)
  • 137.32 Mbps ↓ (-25.55)
  • 241 Tests ↑ (+62)


  • #26 (-7)
  • 114.00 Mbps ↓ (-63.45)
  • 531 Tests ↓ (-376)


  • #27 (+1)
  • 111.63 Mbps ↓ (-1.25)
  • 320 Tests ↓ (-98)


  • #28 (+1)
  • 35.74 Mbps ↑ (+25.10)
  • 24 Tests ↓ (-26)


  • #29 (-12)
  • 26.71 Mbps ↓ (-157.59)
  • 242 Tests ↑ (+136)



Rise Broadband offers the cheapest internet plan in Omaha at $29.95/month for 25 Mbps with a 250 GB data cap. For faster speeds, CenturyLink offers the lowest-priced broadband plan up to 100 Mbps for $49/month.

Summary of Low-Priced Plans in Omaha, Nebraska


With speeds up to 940 Mbps, CenturyLink ($65/month) offers the fastest internet plan in Omaha. Cox Communications ($99.99/month) is not far behind with top speeds up to 940 Mbps.

Summary of some of the Fastest Internet Providers in Omaha, Nebraska


Cox Communications is a major internet provider that bundles TV and phone service with internet in Omaha. Prices for double and triple play bundles range from $54.99-179.99/month in the city.


Omaha has a total of 24 internet providers offering service to residents and business customers.


Omaha has 8 residential internet providers.

Popular Residential Internet Providers in Omaha (Listed by Coverage)


There are currently 16 business internet providers in Omaha. Listed below are popular providers by coverage availability in Omaha.

Popular Business Providers in Omaha (Listed by Coverage)

Popular Enterprise Providers in Omaha (Listed by Coverage)

Last Updated on 7/5/2020.