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High-Speed Internet for Salt Lake City

Forget about internet connections that run downhill. With EarthLink HyperLink, everything is looking up. EarthLink is bringing the fastest speeds and most reliable connection to Utah’s capital. Plus, Salt Lake City is one of the best cities for fiber internet access — meaning you can take advantage of the speeds wherever you go.

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Download speed up to 1000 Mbps per second*

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Fast Facts

  • There are seven fiber internet providers in the Salt Lake City area
  • Roughly 70% of Salt Lake City has access to fiber internet
  • EarthLink has the best high-speed internet coverage
  • Salt Lake County is projected to account for 21% of the total state population growth by 20654
  • Salt Lake City’s economy is expected to grow by 6.2% over the next year1
  • Salt Lake City has the lowest average unemployment rate2
  • Salt Lake City has the lowest average unemployment rate3
  • The average home value in Salt Lake City has increased 12% since 20195

Things to Do in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is renowned for its many outdoor activities. Plus, you’re never too far from a national park — Utah boasts five. With more millennials than any other state, there’s always something new buzzing in the Beehive State.

Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Drive
Stretch your legs at Big or Little Cottonwood Canyon, home to four ski resorts and great places for climbing, hiking, and cycling. As a bonus, they’re both scenic byways

The Rabbit Hole
Indulge in jazz music at The Rabbit Hole, a speakeasy-style bar below the Lake Effect restaurant

Birds at Tracy Aviary
Spread your wings at Tracy Aviary. It’s the oldest aviary in the country and is home to more than 130 different species of birds

Salt Lake City Public Library
Explore the Salt Lake City Public Library. With over 500,000 books, unique architecture, an on-site cafe, and a rooftop garden overlooking the mountains, you’ll never be bored

Better connectivity for increased productivity

EarthLink considers internet speed to be the most essential requirement for any user, which is why we provide a wide range of speeds up to 1 Gig. Call today to compare internet speeds available near Salt Lake City, Utah.

EarthLink Security & Tools for Salt Lake City

Whether it’s helping protect you against viruses, securing your Internet connection, preventing loss of data, or optimizing your computer, trust EarthLink’s expertise to help you connect with the right security too.

Internet Technology Comparison Chart

Not sure which type of high-speed internet service is actually the best? We break down a few options here, or you can find out more. Spoiler: fiber is the clear winner.

Internet Type Speed Price Accessibility Reliability
Fiber Highest Medium High High
Wireless Home Medium Medium High High
Cable High Medium High Medium
Satellite Low Medium High Low

As an Salt Lake City internet provider, EarthLink offers:

  • Salt Lake City Fiber Internet: the fastest speeds with no data caps and maximum reliability.
  • Salt Lake City Wireless Home Internet: faster speeds than your cell phone’s hotspot, wide availability, and easy installation.
  • Salt Lake City Satellite Internet: a dependable choice for rural internet with a variety of plans to fit your needs.
  • Salt Lake City Rural Internet: if you live in a hard-to-reach area or an internet desert, we can help keep you connected.
  • Salt Lake City Business Internet: if you’re ready to take your small business to the next level, trust one of the top internet providers in Utah.

Nearby Cities/Zip Codes

With a population of 1,222,540 people (and counting), the entire Salt Lake City area is flourishing. You don’t have to live in the very heart of downtown to get the best internet — but we can reach you there, too.

  • Clearfield — including zip codes 84015, 84016, 84089
  • Draper — including zip codes 84004, 84020, 84065, 84092
  • Elberta — including zip codes 84626, 84633, 84655
  • Hill Air Force Base — including zip codes 84040, 84041, 84056, 84067, 84405
  • Orem — including zip codes 84057, 84058, 84097
  • Provo — including zip codes 84097, 84601, 84602, 84603, 84604, 84605, 84606, 84663
  • Salt Lake City — including zip codes 84044, 84050, 84101, 84102, 84103, 84104, 84105, 84106, 84108, 84109, 84110, 84111, 84112, 84113, 84114, 84115, 84116, 84119, 84120, 84122, 84128, 84132, 84133, 84134, 84136, 84138, 84139, 84141, 84143, 84145, 84147, 84148, 84150, 84151, 84152, 84158, 84180, 84184, 84189, 84190, 84199
  • Sandy — including zip codes 84047, 84070, 84090, 84091, 84092, 84093, 84094
  • West Jordan — including zip codes 84047, 84081, 84084, 84088, 84118, 84123

Frequently Asked Questions

No. If you’re already an EarthLink customer, we make it easy to transfer your service to your new address.

It only takes a few minutes to let us know you’re moving. We can help in two ways: check the available service for your new address above or call us at 888-327-8454.

For the smoothest transition, let us know you’re moving at least two weeks before you need service at your new address. It takes a little time, so the sooner you can let us know, the better. We ask for at least two weeks to avoid any downtime. We’ll keep you posted on progress via text on the phone number updated on your account.

An installation fee will be determined when your relocation order is submitted. Similar to the original installation, we’ll send a professional installer to get you all set up. Any early termination fees at the old address will be waived when service is established at the new address. Your new service will have an updated early termination fee.

Take your modem, power cord, and cables. When the technician arrives to set up your transferred service, they’ll take back what isn’t needed. Don’t be surprised if the technician provides new and better equipment.

You can upgrade at any time! We would have to check serviceability first to see what higher speeds are supported at your new address.

Not a problem! You can respond to the relocation confirmation text you receive from us or call as soon as you are aware that you need to make a change. The number is 888-327-8454 and select the “relocation” option if prompted. Please note: an adult (18 years or older) must be present at the new address at the time of installation.

We continue to widen our national internet service footprint, so this is getting more and more unlikely. However, if we can’t make this happen (we’ll miss you!), we will let you know right away so you can plan accordingly. Please note: any early termination fees will apply if the move occurs while the service is under contract.

Not a problem. We’ll need to talk to both of you together to transfer ownership of the service. Details we’ll need to collect: name, email, phone, method of payment, and all security questions (which we will verify separately) to transition the account. Also remember: EarthLink email addresses can also be transferred.

*Actual speeds may vary based on network activity, configuration, and other factors. Subject to availability. Some prices shown may be introductory offers. Equipment fees, taxes, and other fees and restrictions may apply.

*Actual speeds may vary based on network activity, configuration, and other factors. Subject to availability. Some prices shown may be introductory offers. Equipment fees, taxes, and other fees and restrictions may apply.


  1. “How Utah’s economy bounced back from COVID, and how much better it could get” via The Salt Lake Tribune, 3/21/21
  2. “Where Can You Find a New Job? Try These U.S. Cities” via The Wall Street Journal, 4/9//21
  3. “Internet Providers in Salt Lake City, Utah” via Broadband Now, 4/11/21
  4. “Utah’s Long-Term Demographic and Economic Projections Summary” via The University of Utah Policy Center, 7/17
  5. “Sizzling Wasatch Front home sales, prices reached record highs. Here’s why.” via The Salt Lake Tribune, 1/27/21