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Cable TV and internet in Las Vegas, NV
Welcome to Las Vegas! We know you’re eager to hit the jackpot and buy a tiger, but let’s get your internet and TV service sorted out first. Priorities, y’know?
What are the best TV and cable companies in Las Vegas?
CenturyLink and Cox internet in Las Vegas
Here’s the bad news first: it’s slim pickings for internet service in Las Vegas. CenturyLink provides DSL and fiber internet to 99.3% of the area, while Cox covers 74.9% of Vegas with cable connections.
Only two major internet service providers in Las Vegas? You’d think that more providers would be scrambling to service the popular tourist town’s permanent population. But that’s the awesome power of the telecom mafia.*
(*That’s a joke—but it’s still weird, right?)
But it’s not like you don’t have any alternatives. You can get fixed wireless from Rise Broadband or LV.Net, which is fast and reliable but possibly more expensive than DSL. Or you can try satellite internet with HughesNet or Viasat, but it’s gonna be slower and more expensive.
So use fixed wireless or satellite only as a last resort, like if you live in a desert trailer and can’t get anything else.
DISH, DIRECTV, and Cox TV in Las Vegas
You’ve got more options for TV service: Cox (cable) or CenturyLink, DIRECTV, and DISH (satellite).
You might be a bit confused that CenturyLink, a DSL and fiber internet provider, offers satellite TV. That’s because CenturyLink’s TV service is through DIRECTV.
You may also be confused because we basically slammed satellite internet, but now we’re talking about satellite TV like it’s a good thing. That’s because satellite TV and satellite internet are very different services.
Satellite TV is available in both the city and the country, and it works the same wherever you live. So you’re gonna be fine with any of these four Las Vegas–area TV providers.
Cable TV and internet bundles in Las Vegas
Both CenturyLink and Cox have internet, phone, and TV service in double-play or triple-play bundles.
An advantage of bundling with CenturyLink is that its DSL plans include its Price for Life guarantee. That means your rate won’t increase for as long as you have your plan. Price for Life, however, covers only the internet and phone part of your bundle—not DIRECTV service. But it’s still a decent deal.
These are our favorite internet-TV double-play bundles from CenturyLink and Cox. We recommend CenturyLink over Cox if you can get its fiber plans in your area. Fiber is just a faster, more reliable way to connect. And you gotta love its matching upload speeds.
Top TV and internet bundles in Las Vegas
Summary of Cable TV Providers in Las Vegas, NV
|Provider||Service Type||Channel Count||Customer Rating
(out of 5)
|Features||Prices Starting At*|
|DIRECTV||Satellite||330+||3.7||See out-of-market games on NFL SUNDAY TICKET.||$39.99/mo.|
|Cox||Cable||250+||3.8||Set your DVR using your tablet.||$19.99/mo.|
|DISH||Satellite||290+||3.8||Enjoy a 2-year price guarantee.||$64.99/mo.|
*Pricing subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
Summary of Internet Providers in Las Vegas, NV
|Provider||Service Type||Max Download Speeds up to||Customer Rating
(out of 5)
|Features||Prices Starting At*||Area Availability*|
|CenturyLink||DSL||940 Mbps||3.9||Keep your rate as long as you keep your plan.||$45.00/mo.||93%|
|Viasat||Satellite||25 Mbps||3.9||Fastest residential satellite internet in the U.S.||$65.00/mo.||99%|
|Cox||Cable||940 Mbps||3.8||Access 500,000+ Wi-Fi hotspots.||$19.99/mo.||100%|
*Pricing subject to change. Not all offers available in all areas.
DISH, DIRECTV, and Cox channel lineups in Las Vegas
Most popular TV channels in Las Vegas
Just when you think you know Las Vegas, you find out that the City of Sin’s favorite TV channel is. . . the Nat Geo Channel. (Well, you gotta learn how to care for that tiger somewhere.)
And since there’s no such thing as BankrupTV, Freeform (formerly ABC Family) is second-most popular, while FOX (KVVU) is the third.
In the sports category, Las Vegans prefer the NFL Network, NBC Sports Network, and ESPN 2 for their hot sportsball action.
And finally, the most-watched local network affiliates in Las Vegas are KVVU (FOX), KLAS (CBS), and KLVS (PBS).
Las Vegas’s most popular TV channels
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Data as of 04/20/20. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.
But is there a TV package that has all of Las Vegas’s beloved channels? You bet your fuzzy dice there is—check it out:
TV packages featuring Las Vegas’s most popular channels
|$49.99/mo.†||185+||12 mos.||Internet and phone (through CenturyLink)|
America’s Top 120+
Contour TV Ultimate
|$69.99/mo.††||140+||12–24 mos.||Internet and phone|
Data effective 4/20/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
† for 12 mos. plus taxes and RSN fee
‡ for 24 mos. New customers only. All offers require a 2-year commitment with early termination fee and eAutopay. Price includes Hopper Duo for qualifying customers.
††For the first 12 months.
Out of these three packages that include the most popular channels in Las Vegas, DIRECTV’s CHOICETM is the best value. It has 185+ channels, a shorter contract than the others, and you can bundle your DIRECTV package with internet (DSL or fiber) and home phone service through CenturyLink.
Las Vegas sports coverage
Las Vegas has three major professional sports teams: the Las Vegas Raiders (NFL), the Vegas Golden Knights (NHL), and the Las Vegas Aces (WNBA).
Here’s where you can watch them on TV—and what TV packages carry all the required channels.
How to watch Las Vegas sports
|Vegas Golden Knights (NHL)||AT&T SportsNet:|
|Las Vegas Raiders (NFL)|
|Las Vegas Aces (WNBA)|
Data effective 04/20/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
† for 12 mos. plus taxes and RSN fee ($9.99/mo.).
‡ for 24 mos. New customers only. All offers require 2-year commitment with early termination fee and eAutopay. Price includes Hopper Duo for qualifying customers. RSN Surcharge up to $3/mo. applies to AT120+ and higher packages and DishLATINO Dos and Max packages and varies based on location.
§ For the first 12 months. Regional Sports Surcharge (up to $10.00, depending on Cox market)
Vegas Golden Knights fans have one choice for watching their favorite hockey team on TV: the regional sports network (RSN), AT&T SportsNet. Cox, DIRECTV, and DISH all charge an additional monthly fee for access to RSNs, including SportsNet.
For reasons stated above (channel count, shorter contract, CenturyLink bundling, and value)—plus its abundance of sportsball—DIRECTV’s CHOICETM wins again.
Local Channels in Las Vegas
Now let’s explore Las Vegas’s local network affiliates and independent channels, where residents get their hometown news and, uh, buy jewelry. You’ll find all major network affiliates (ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, and NBC) as well as additional Spanish-language channels like Azteca, Azteca America, Telemundo, UniMás, and Univision. And KLSV/Jewelry TV—because you need to keep that tiger happy.
The following packages have all or most of the Las Vegas local channels listed above:
- DISH: America’s Top 200 ($84.99 a month) has 240+ channels including 13 of 13 Las Vegas local channels
- DIRECTV: CHOICETM ($49.99 a month) has 185+ channels including 10 of 13 locals (missing: Azteca, Azteca America, TBN/Enlace, and Telemundo)
- Cox: Contour TV Starter has 75+ channels including 9 of 13 locals (missing: Azteca, Azteca America, Unimás, and TBN/Enlace)
Find a provider store near you in Las Vegas
What are you gonna do when you’ve spent all your money on a tiger (her name’s Queen Thicc-toria, btw) and can’t afford to pay your internet or TV bill? It’s probably better to ask for help in person at your provider’s office.
The map below shows you which providers have brick-and-mortar stores:
Find Store Locations Near Las Vegas
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