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Internet Providers in Ridgeview, South Dakota

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Home Internet in Ridgeview, SD

  • 1. Viasat
    Speeds Up To
    12 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 2. HughesNet
    Speeds Up To
    100 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 3. Starlink
    Download Speeds:
    50 - 220 Mbps
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    Connection: Satellite
    Availability: 100%
  • 4. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority
    Speeds Up To
    250 Mbps
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    Connection: Fiber
    Availability: 87.7%

Best Internet Provider In Ridgeview, SD

If you live in Ridgeview, South Dakota, and have access to it, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority should be your go-to internet service provider. With its fiber connection covering 83% of the community, it offers coveted modern connectivity and speeds of up to 250 Mbps — more than satisfactory for most households. Monthly plans start from $74, which is quite a fair deal for this speedy and reliable service.

However, if you live in an area where Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority doesn't reach, or if you're looking for alternatives, Viasat Internet and Hughesnet are your best bets. Offering a solid 100% coverage within Ridgeview, these providers deliver a satellite connection. Viasat's maximum download speed is 10 Mbps, although Hughesnet manages to edge ahead with its superior 25 Mbps. Both providers offer plans from $49.99 per month.

Considering Ridgeview's coverage — fiber at 83% and satellite at 100% — the importance of these providers in keeping the community connected is undeniable. Though some parts of the community lack DSL, cable, and fixed wireless services, providers like the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority and Viasat are making significant strides to bridge this divide.

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