Explore CenturyLink Internet in Nebraska

Get faster speeds in Nebraska today with CenturyLink. Offering internet-only, internet and phone, and internet, phone, and TV bundle options, CenturyLink can help you find a service bundle and price deal that match your needs and budget. Some areas can access high-speed fiber-optic internet with speeds up to 1 Gig.

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CenturyLink® Internet Plans in Nebraska

Price For Life Internet Up to 100 Mbps

$ 49
/mo

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

CenturyLink Fiber Internet

$ 65
/mo

Fiber Gigabit
Speed may not be available in your area. Maximum download/upload speed of up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection.

View Nebraska’s CenturyLink Service Areas

The map below will show you whether your part of Nebraska has access to CenturyLink services. Keep reading for a comprehensive list of cities with CenturyLink options.

Nebraska Coverage Map

CenturyLink is Available in These Nebraska Cities

Bayard, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 73.04% of your area

Bellevue, NE

Max Speed: 100+ Mbps

Available in 96.68% of your area

Bennington, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 90.72% of your area

Broken Bow, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 90.08% of your area

Chadron, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 94.47% of your area

Chappell, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 81.09% of your area

Dakota City, NE

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 77.39% of your area

Elkhorn, NE

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 95.5% of your area

Fremont, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.4% of your area

Fullerton, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 84.69% of your area

Gering, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 87.17% of your area

Grand Island, NE

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 94.81% of your area

Gretna, NE

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 97.39% of your area

Holdrege, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 93.4% of your area

Kimball, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 88.67% of your area

La Vista, NE

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 99.52% of your area

Lexington, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 86.26% of your area

Mitchell, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 76.77% of your area

Norfolk, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 92.42% of your area

North Platte, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 95.45% of your area

Omaha, NE

Max Speed: 100+ Mbps

Available in 99.91% of your area

Oshkosh, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 88.19% of your area

Papillion, NE

Max Speed: 100+ Mbps

Available in 99.38% of your area

Schuyler, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 89.59% of your area

Scottsbluff, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 84.23% of your area

Sidney, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 91.03% of your area

South Sioux City, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 88.61% of your area

Valentine, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 82.38% of your area

Valley, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 82.46% of your area

Wakefield, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 75.03% of your area

Wayne, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 90.09% of your area

West Point, NE

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 81.94% of your area

Omaha, NE

Max Speed: 100+ Mbps

Available in 99.91% of your area

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Nebraska Ranked 9th Safest State For Kids Online

With one of the lowest internet crimes against children rates of any state, plus several cyberbullying and sexting laws in place, Nebraska easily earns a spot in the top ten safest states for kids online.

What Makes Nebraska Safe For Kids Online?

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Cyberbullying and Sexting Laws

Nebraska backs eight laws against cyberbullying, sexting, and online harassment.

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Internet Crimes Against Children

Nebraska has one of the lowest internet crime rates of any state (0.57 per 100,000). Last year, only three children in Nebraska were victims of internet crime.

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Malware

Six children in Nebraska fell victim to malware last year, which, statistically speaking, amounts to one child per 100,000 children.


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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