Internet Providers in Alaska

Alaska Internet Providers

The state of Alaska is home to many local and national internet providers. With different options available, determining which provider and plan works best for you can be challenging. At Bandwidth Place, our goal is to make that process simple, painless, and straightforward.

Enter your 5-digit zip code in the Search Box to look up the main internet service providers in Alaska. Or give us a call at 800-990-0017 for a free quote. We are here to help you finding the most affordable plan for the fastest internet available in your area.

Alaska Average Internet Speed
44.6

Mbps

Alaska Internet & Internet Providers Trends

1.9%

1.9% of Alaska has access to Fiber Optic & Fiber Providers

Enter your zip code for internet plans and pricing in your city

Alaska Average Internet Speeds by City

Location Download Upload
Anchorage 48 / 15 Mbps
Wasilla 21 / 7 Mbps
Fairbanks 41 / 14 Mbps
Eagle River 63 / 16 Mbps
Juneau 78 / 19 Mbps
North Pole 66 / 19 Mbps
Palmer 33 / 10 Mbps
Ketchikan 35 / 37 Mbps
Seward 34 / 5 Mbps
Soldotna 24 / 7 Mbps

Alaska Average Download Speeds by City

Anchorage
40.64 Mbps
Wasilla
15.03 Mbps
Fairbanks
19.54 Mbps
Juneau
39.97 Mbps
North Pole
57.39 Mbps
Bethel
7.16 Mbps
Selawik
14.88 Mbps

Internet Service Provider List

Provider Download Speed
Viasat 100 Mbps View Plans
HughesNet 25 Mbps View Plans

What types of internet are available in Alaska

When it comes to internet service, we're all after the same exact thing: a speedy, reliable connection that’s as good to your pockets as it is to your devices.

There are five primary internet types to choose from in the U.S.; however, coverage for each of these internet connection types largely depends on where you live.

Use our zip code search to find provider plans available in your area.

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Alaska Frequently Asked Questions

How can I compare internet providers in Alaska?

Before committing to any Alaska internet provider, it’s important to first determine that the plan you’re interested in matches your connectivity demands. Comparing providers is a crucial step in your decision-making process and there are several important factors to consider before making your final decision including:

  • Cost
  • Bandwidth
  • Speed
  • Bundling Options
  • Contract Terms

What internet speed do I need?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) defines fast internet as a web connection offering download speeds of at least 25 Mbps and upload speeds of at least 3 Mbps. These standard speeds smoothly support most common online activities such as web browsing, high-definition video streaming, and file downloading.

How much bandwidth do I need?

Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data that can be transmitted via internet connection within a fixed amount of time. In simpler terms, bandwidth measures the total volume of information that can be transferred.

Learn how much bandwidth your household or business needs by determining the following factors:

  • The number of people using the internet connection
  • The number of devices using the internet connection
  • The types of online activities users will be doing (i.e. gaming, 4K streaming, file downloading, etc.)
  • The bandwidth required per each activity

For most households, at least 5 Mbps will suffice, but for larger office settings or households subject to heavy internet usage, 20 Mbps can easily accommodate all types of simultaneous streaming, downloading, and web browsing.

Bandwidth Place is here to help

Need help figuring out how to choose the best internet service provider in Alaska or have further questions? Bandwidth Place can help every step of the way. We’re here to simplify your buyer’s journey and narrow down your search to the best internet packages in your state.

Whether you prefer Satellite, Cable, DSL, Fixed Wireless, or Fiber-Optic, Bandwidth Place can help you determine the best option for your specific needs. Call us today at 800-990-0017.