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1 movie (2GB) would take 4 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 33 Secs
1 album (60MB) would take 6 Secs
Download Speed: 75 Mbps. Upload Speed: 8 Mbps. 1TB data/mo. $50.00/mo.
1 movie (2GB) would take 3 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 25 Secs
1 album (60MB) would take 5 Secs
Download Speed: 100 Mbps. Upload Speed: 5 Mbps. Access to thousands of wi-fi hotspots across the nation.
1 movie (2GB) would take 5 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 1 Min
1 album (60MB) would take 8 Secs
Cable connection. No commitment. 60 Mbps download. 5 Mbps upload. 125+ channels
1 movie (2GB) would take 11 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 2 Mins
1 album (60MB) would take 20 Secs
Download Speed: 25 Mbps. Upload Speed: 3 Mbps. $70/mo (with 2-year commitment). $100/mo after first 3 months.
1 movie (2GB) would take 11 Mins
50 photos (300MB) would take 2 Mins
1 album (60MB) would take 20 Secs
Download Speed: 25 Mbps. Upload Speed: 3 Mbps. No Hard Data Limit.
How much internet speed
do I need?
+5 Mbps
Regular browsing
Music streaming
Ideal for 1 person
+10 Mbps
video streaming
Casual gaming
Ideal for 1-2 people
+20 Mbps
Ultra HD streaming
Frequent gaming
Ideal for 2-4 people
+40 Mbps
Simultaneous HD streaming
Simultaneous gaming
Ideal for 4+ people
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Technology Type

Internet is provider by phone cables and speeds are up to 10 times faster than traditional dial-up service.


Cable internet providers have faster speeds than DSL plans, and provide internet through cable lines that are used for TV.


Widely available but offers slower internet speeds due to far-traveling signal.


Fiber providers offer faster speeds than DSL & Cable, but isn’t as widely available as those respective provider types.

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Summary of Reno, NV. Internet Provider

Reno is the sixth most connected city of Nevada. Out of the 27 ISPs operating in the city, 14 offer their services to residential users. Spectrum, AT&T Internet and EarthLink are the leading cable, DSL, and fiber ISP in Reno respectively.  AT&T’s fiber services are also available in some zip codes.

Moreover, Viasat and Hughes Net take care of the entire Reno with their satellite internet coverage.


Spectrum’s cable internet service is available to more than 97% of Reno population.  Spectrum is offering good internet speed with no data limits. Its exclusive internet packages start from $44.99/month and go up to 104.99/month.

AT&T Internet

The DSL services of AT&T are available to more than 95% of the city. With the average download speed of 101.75 Mbps, you can get the basic AT&T internet plan at $50/month.


EarthLink is providing internet service to a large part of the city with its fiber network. The good thing about EarthLink’s internet plans is they don’t have any data caps. Packages start from $49.95/month and go up to $69.95/month.

At KonectEaze, you can search and compare all the ISPs that are operating in your area. For Reno, search through any of its dozens of zip codes to get the list of all the residential ISPs of the respective area alongside their package details and user ratings.

Reno Zip Codes

89501 89502 89503 89504 89505 89506 89507 89508 89509 89510 89511 89512 89513 89515 89519 89520 89521 89523 89533 89555 89557 89570 89595 89599

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·         Sparks, NV

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·         South Lake Tahoe, CA

·         Fallon, NV

·         Grass Valley, CA

·         Susanville, CA

·         Placerville, CA   

·         North Auburn, CA

·         Auburn, CA

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·         Lincoln, CA

·         Rocklin, CA


Provider Type Download Speeds up to User Rating
AT&T DSL 12 Mbps 4/5
Hughes Net Satellite 25 Mbps 3/5
Spectrum Cable 50 Mbps 3/5
Viasat Satellite 100 Mbps 3/5
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