There would be a gif of an adorable sloth loading in right now, but the internet here isn’t fast enough to load it. Unfortunately La Paz, IN has received one of our lowest Broadband Scores at 18. This score is calculated based upon average availability, internet speeds, prices, and user reviews.
Unlimited Data – With no hard data limits, if you use the data in your plan, speeds will reduce.
HughesNet provides Satellite in La Paz, IN
Internet service delivered with faster uploads and faster downloads.
Exede provides Satellite in La Paz, IN
Our mission is to connect the world by making the internet accessible, affordable and secure to everyone, anywhere.
Viasat provides Satellite in La Paz, IN
CenturyLink @Ease features Norton backup and security.
Mediacom has a variety of internet plans that can accommodate the needs of each household member and any household.
Mediacom provides Cable in La Paz, IN
Dish Network offers satellite television service that integrates with Amazon Alexa.
Dish Network provides Television in La Paz, IN
DIRECTV has been rated #1 in customer satisfaction over cable for 17 years running.
DIRECTV provides Television in La Paz, IN
|Provider||Max Download||Max Upload||Broadband Type||Coverage|
|HughesNet||25 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Exede||25 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Viasat||30 Mbps||3 Mbps||Satellite|
|Mercury Wireless||7 Mbps||1 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|King Street Wireless||1 Mbps||0 Mbps||Fixed Wireless|
|CenturyLink||50 Mbps||5 Mbps||Fiber, DSL, Fixed Wireless and Television|
|Mediacom||150 Mbps||20 Mbps||Cable and Television|
The average download speed for all terrestrial broadband (including cable) Internet in La Paz, IN is 56 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 150 Mbps. Upload speeds via landline average 7 Mbps in La Paz.
The average download speed for all wireless Internet providers in La Paz, IN is 25 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 25-50 Mbps. The upload speed average via wireless Internet providers in La Paz is 3 Mbps. Wireless Internet is defined as service coming from fixed wireless or mobile broadband providers.