High Bandwidth for the High Plains: Get CenturyLink in North Dakota

Whether you live in North Dakota for the pleasure of open rural spaces or for Bismark’s downtown scene, one thing is certain: you could benefit from powerful internet that helps you work, stream, and surf faster than ever. CenturyLink provides North Dakota residents with the broadband network they need to stay connected.

CenturyLink® Internet Plans in North Dakota

Price For Life Internet Up to 100 Mbps

$ 49
/mo

All speeds up to 100 Mbps
Speed may not be available in your area.

North Dakota CenturyLink Coverage

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North Dakota Coverage Map

CenturyLink is Available in These North Dakota Cities

Bismarck, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.58% of your area

Dickinson, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 84.21% of your area

Fargo, ND

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 98.06% of your area

Grand Forks, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 84.21% of your area

Larimore, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 79.77% of your area

Mandan, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 85.82% of your area

Valley City, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 88.45% of your area

West Fargo, ND

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.26% of your area

Fargo, ND

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 98.06% of your area

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North Dakota Ranked 2nd Safest State For Kids Online

North Dakota has low malware attack rates and many malware and sexting laws in place. For this reason, North Dakota is one of the safest states for kids online.

What Makes North Dakota Safe For Kids Online?

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Cyberbullying and Sexting Laws

North Dakota has nine cyberbullying and sexting laws, which include measures against online harassment and involve both criminal and school sanctions.

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Internet Crimes Against Children

For every 100,000 people under twenty years old, there are only eight victims of internet crime against children in North Dakota.

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Malware

For every 100,000 people under twenty-years-old, there’s only roughly one victim of malware in North Dakota—one of the most impressively low rates of any state.


Methodology

Internet Service Providers analyzed four data points to determine how safe a state is for kids online: internet crimes against children (40%), internet crime victims (25%), cyberbullying and sexting laws (25%), and malware crime victims (10%).

We used the Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center to obtain information by state on internet crimes against children, internet crimes victims, and malware crime victims.

We used United States Census Data to compare the above to each state’s population under twenty-years-old.

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