High Speed Internet Providers in
The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area

66
Providers
11
Deals
10.0 Gbps
Max Speed

Best Internet Providers in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area

We've found 66 internet providers in your area including 11 internet provider deals. The fastest download speed available in your area for residential plans is 10.0 Gbps! Residential, business and mobile internet providers for The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area are shown below.

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Yes! Residential Internet Deals are Available in your Area

Providers with Special Offers
Internet Service Type
Special Offers
DSL up to 140 Mbps
Fiber up to 940 Mbps
940 Mbps! CenturyLink provides internet in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Asymmetric xDSL technology with max speeds of 140 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up and Fiber to the End User technology with max speeds of 940 Mbps down and 940 Mbps up. Use our internet comparison form to check which internet service is available at a specific address.
Cable up to 1.0 Gbps
1.0 Gbps! Spectrum provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Cable Modem technology with maximum download speeds of 1.0 Gbps and maximum uploads of 35 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Cable up to 2.0 Gbps
2.0 Gbps! Xfinity provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Cable Modem technology with maximum download speeds of 2.0 Gbps and maximum uploads of 200 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
DSL up to 115 Mbps
Fiber up to 5.0 Gbps
5.0 Gbps! Earthlink provides internet in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Asymmetric xDSL technology with max speeds of 115 Mbps down and 115 Mbps up and Fiber to the End User technology with max speeds of 5.0 Gbps down and 5.0 Gbps up. Use our internet comparison form to check which internet service is available at a specific address.
DSL up to 500 Mbps
Fiber up to 250 Mbps
500 Mbps! Fidium Fiber provides internet in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Asymmetric xDSL technology with max speeds of 500 Mbps down and 75 Mbps up and Fiber to the End User technology with max speeds of 250 Mbps down and 250 Mbps up. Use our internet comparison form to check which internet service is available at a specific address.
DSL up to 115 Mbps
Fiber up to 5.0 Gbps
5.0 Gbps! Frontier provides internet in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Asymmetric xDSL technology with max speeds of 115 Mbps down and 115 Mbps up and Fiber to the End User technology with max speeds of 5.0 Gbps down and 5.0 Gbps up. Use our internet comparison form to check which internet service is available at a specific address.
Satellite up to 25 Mbps
25 Mbps! HughesNet provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Geostationary Satellite Internet technology with maximum download speeds of 25 Mbps and maximum uploads of 3 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Cable up to 1.0 Gbps
1.0 Gbps! Mediacom provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Cable Modem technology with maximum download speeds of 1.0 Gbps and maximum uploads of 50 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Fiber up to 8.0 Gbps
8.0 Gbps! Quantum Fiber provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Fiber to the End User technology with maximum download speeds of 8.0 Gbps and maximum uploads of 8.0 Gbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Satellite up to 100 Mbps
100 Mbps! Viasat provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Geostationary Satellite Internet technology with maximum download speeds of 100 Mbps and maximum uploads of 3 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
DSL up to 200 Mbps
200 Mbps! Windstream provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Asymmetric xDSL technology with maximum download speeds of 200 Mbps and maximum uploads of 52 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.

Other Internet Providers in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area (As of 2024)

Company
Technology
Max Download Speeds
Fiber
1.0 Gbps
DSL and Fiber
25 Mbps to 1.0 Gbps
Wireless
150 Mbps
Fiber
1.0 Gbps
Wireless and Fiber
250 Mbps to 1.0 Gbps
Wireless and Fiber
100 Mbps to 5.0 Gbps
Wireless
500 Mbps
Wireless and Fiber
50 Mbps to 940 Mbps
Fiber
1.0 Gbps
DSL, Cable and Fiber
10 Mbps to 250 Mbps
Wireless
50 Mbps
Fiber
1.0 Gbps
Wireless
25 Mbps
DSL, Wireless, Cable and Fiber
25 Mbps to 1.0 Gbps
Wireless
300 Mbps
Wireless
50 Mbps
Cable and Fiber
250 Mbps to 1.0 Gbps
DSL
100 Mbps
Wireless and Fiber
150 Mbps to 300 Mbps
Wireless
75 Mbps
Satellite
220 Mbps
Wireless
100 Mbps
DSL
100 Mbps
Fiber
10.0 Gbps
DSL
100 Mbps

Yes! Business Internet Deals are Available in your Area

Providers with Special Offers
Internet Service Type
Special Offers
Fiber up to 100 Mbps
100 Mbps! Xfinity provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Fiber to the End User technology with maximum download speeds of 100 Mbps and maximum uploads of 100 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Fiber up to 2.0 Gbps
2.0 Gbps! Frontier provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Fiber to the End User technology with maximum download speeds of 2.0 Gbps and maximum uploads of 2.0 Gbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.
Satellite up to 100 Mbps
100 Mbps! Viasat provides internet plans in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area using Geostationary Satellite Internet technology with maximum download speeds of 100 Mbps and maximum uploads of 4 Mbps. Use our internet comparison form to find out if this internet provider serves your specific address or location.

Other Business Internet Providers in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area (As of 2024)

Company
Technology
Max Download Speeds
Business DSL and Fiber
40 Mbps to 300 Mbps
Business Fiber
100 Mbps
Business Fiber
2.0 Gbps
Business Fiber
10.0 Gbps
Business DSL
1.0 Gbps
Business Wireless
250 Mbps
Business Fiber
10 Mbps
Business Fiber
10.0 Gbps
Business Wireless, Cable and Fiber
100 Mbps to 5.0 Gbps
Business Fiber
10 Mbps
Business Wireless
1.0 Gbps
Business Other
less than 10 Mbps
Business Fiber
1.0 Gbps
Business Wireless
100 Mbps
Business DSL
100 Mbps
Business Fiber
1.0 Gbps
Business Fiber
1.0 Gbps
Business Fiber
60.0 Gbps

Yes! Mobile Wireless Deals are Available in your Area

Providers with Special Offers
Internet Service Type
Special Offers
5G Wireless up to 100 Mbps*

Other Mobile Wireless Providers in The Minneapolis Metropolitan Area (As of 2024)

Company
Technology
Max Download Speeds
5G Wireless
100 Mbps*
5G Wireless
100 Mbps*
5G Wireless
100 Mbps*
* Denotes typical wireless speeds. While theoretical wireless internet download speeds are much higher, user-experienced internet speed can vary greatly depending on user location and network congestion.

Featured Internet Service Providers in your Area

Provider
Technology
Asymmetric xDSL, Fiber to the End User and Terrestrial Fixed Wireless
Asymmetric xDSL, Fiber to the End User and Terrestrial Fixed Wireless
All Other, Asymmetric xDSL, Cable Modem and Fiber to the End User
Asymmetric xDSL, Fiber to the End User and Terrestrial Fixed Wireless
Geostationary Satellite Internet
Asymmetric xDSL, Fiber to the End User and Terrestrial Fixed Wireless
Cable Modem and Fiber to the End User
Asymmetric xDSL, Fiber to the End User and Terrestrial Fixed Wireless
Geostationary Satellite Internet
Cable Modem and Fiber to the End User