Utah Broadband Providers

We partner with broadband providers that serve Utahns. Many providers submit data to help us respond to federal inquiries and measure broadband speed throughout the state.

To learn more about the services Utah broadband providers offer, please visit their websites.

Below is a list of broadband providers working with our office, along with links to their sites (click on the logo to visit their site).

AF Connect
ATC Communications
AWI Networks
at&t
All West Communications
beehive broadband
Beeline Internet
Blue Spring Broadband
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CentraCom
Century Link
Choice NTUA Wireless
Cogent Communications
Comcast
Connext
Direct Communications
Emery Telcom
Farmers Telephone Company
Fibernet
First Digital
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Go Fiber
Google Fiber
Gtelco
HiCountryNet
High Speed Utah
Hughes Net
I Web Conn
InfoWest
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Keystone Solutions
Level3
MTCC
Mega Path
Miles Wireless
NeboNet.com
NISP
Rise Broadband
River Canyon Wireless
Senawave
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Skywire
South Centra Communications
SFCN
Spring
Starband
Strata
Syringa
TDS
Terabit Networks
T Mobile
TKS
Union Wireless
UBB
Utopia
VeraCity
Verizon
ViaSat
Vivint
XO Communications
Yalti
Zayo
If you're a broadband provider that our office hasn't contacted, and you'd like to participate, provide feedback, submit comments, or ask questions, please get in touch with Rebecca Dilg, director of the Utah Broadband Center, at rdilg@utah.gov.

Resellers

Resellers identified by our office are below. Resellers are Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that provide ISP services but do not own the last mile delivery infrastructure. Many of the resellers listed below provide service via CenturyLink or UTOPIA-owned infrastructure. Resellers define their service packages and pricing.
Aire Spring
allconnect
Broadview Networks
brigham.net
BullsEye Telecom
Connected Lyfe
DecisionData.org
EarthLink Business
Exede Internet
Fibernet
Ikano
metroPCS
Meriplex
NetZero
Sumo
Voonami
Windstream
XMission

Devices & Hotspots

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