Finding the Best
Internet Rates in Utah

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Here's our guide to great Internet in Utah.


Everything you need to know about Internet  in Utah

Affordable and available -that's how we would describe the internet in Utah!

Utah, also known as the "Beehive State", is the 8th most connected state in the U.S, with an average download speed of 15Mbps. That means Utahns are in the top 10 best connected states!

With over 60 providers to choose from, Utahns are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing their ideal internet service provider.

The most common types of Internet connection available are Cable and DSL, with 96.3% of residents having access to the Internet. Fiber is slowly becoming available to more businesses and households.

Utah Internet Coverage by Type

96% get DSL

97% get Satellite

89% get Cable

50% get Fiber

There are a total of 60 Internet providers available in Utah, with the top providers being:

• CenturyLink
• Frontier
• ViaSat
• HughesNet
Do you know which city in Utah has the highest Internet speed?

Heber City with an
average speed of 23Mbps

Syracuse with an
average speed of 23Mbps

Clearfield with an
average speed of 23 Mbps

The Best Internet Providers in Utah

Utahns possess the luxury of having 60 Internet providers to choose from! With so many options available, residents can browse hundreds of plans until they find one that suits their lifestyle and pocket.

List of HomeLinkd's Internet providers available in Utah

Max Mbps Download Speed


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Who is The Best Internet Provider in Utah?

No need to search for the best —we've done all the heavy lifting for you!

After consulting multiple sites and reading through hundreds of customer reviews, we've found that CenturyLink takes top spot as one of the best providers in Fiber and DSL, while ViaSat and HughesNet is ranked among the best providers for Satellite connection.

• Offers internet-only packages and bundle deals
• Internet speed lines range from 50 Mbps to 940Mbps
• Prices range from $50 to $100

• Offers both internet-only and bundle options
• Wide availability across the entire state
• Contracts are available, with prices starting from $35 per month

• Available across the entire state
• Offers internet speeds up to 25Mbps
• Plan prices range between $45 and $140

Does Utah have good Internet?

Being the 8th most connected state in the US, Utah has an average download speed of 58.2Mbps.
The Beehive state is well connected in most cities receiving high-speed internet —with the exception of San Juan and Daggert —experiencing internet speeds that reach a maximum of 25Mbps.

The best-connected cities in Utah are Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo –having 100% internet coverage and affordable internet deals.

Pros and Cons of the Internet in Utah

  • Faster than average internet speeds than in other states

  • Great for online gamers and streamers

  • Excellent coverage across the state –98% of Utahns have access to the internet

  • Internet speed of 2Gbps is available in certain cities

  • Some cities don't have access to high-speed internet

  • Experience connectivity issues during peak periods

  • Fiber is not available in several areas

5 Fun facts about Utah


There is a city in Utah called Levan. "Levan" is "navel" backwards –referring to the fact that the city is in the center of Utah.


Around 75 million years ago, Utah was a part of a huge land mass called Laramidia. This land mass was inhabited by many dinosaurs –making Utah one of the best places to discover dinosaur fossils.


The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the largest lake west of the Mississippi River.


The state is widely known for its skiing activities near Salt Lake City and for hosting the Sundance Film Festival annually.


Utah was almost named as the "State of Deseret", but the government later found that name.


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