There are 6 residential cable providers in New Mexico covering 74.78% of the state. The largest cable company is XFINITY (Comcast), available to 56.63% of New Mexico homes. Call XFINITY (Comcast) first, and if they cannot help you they will direct you the the right provider.

 

All 6 Cable Providers in New Mexico

State ProviderAvailabilityNew Mexico SpeedsGet Service
XFINITY (Comcast)56.63%

150 to 987 Mbps

942.75 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of XFINITY (Comcast) customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 1,179,450 people who can get cable from XFINITY (Comcast) in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of XFINITY (Comcast) potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. XFINITY (Comcast) offers 2 different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from XFINITY (Comcast) is 987 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all XFINITY (Comcast) New Mexico customers is 942.75 Mbps.

Cable One7.18%

1000 to 1000 Mbps

1000 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of Cable One customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 149,590 people who can get cable from Cable One in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of Cable One potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. Cable One offers no different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from Cable One is 1000 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all Cable One New Mexico customers is 1000 Mbps.

TDS6.99%

60 to 600 Mbps

547.99 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of TDS customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 145,626 people who can get cable from TDS in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of TDS potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. TDS offers 3 different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from TDS is 600 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all TDS New Mexico customers is 547.99 Mbps.

Suddenlink2.16%

1000 to 1000 Mbps

1000 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of Suddenlink customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 44,941 people who can get cable from Suddenlink in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of Suddenlink potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. Suddenlink offers no different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from Suddenlink is 1000 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all Suddenlink New Mexico customers is 1000 Mbps.

Spectrum1.79%

120 to 120 Mbps

120 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of Spectrum customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 37,203 people who can get cable from Spectrum in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of Spectrum potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. Spectrum offers no different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from Spectrum is 120 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all Spectrum New Mexico customers is 120 Mbps.

PVT Networks0.91%

20 to 100 Mbps

88.95 Mbps Avg.

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Speed in Mbps

% of PVT Networks customers who can get listed speeds

 

The chart above shows the maximum speeds for the 18,961 people who can get cable from PVT Networks in New Mexico. The height of the line (y axis) is the percentage of PVT Networks potential customers in New Mexico who can get the speed on the bottom of the chart (the x axis) in Mbps. PVT Networks offers 2 different speeds throughout New Mexico. The fastest speed anyone in New Mexico can get from PVT Networks is 100 Mpbs, and the city-wide average for all PVT Networks New Mexico customers is 88.95 Mbps.

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* Note: “Avg. Speed” is a population-weighted average of the top speed in New Mexico. Our calculation gives a more accurate estimate of the speed you can actually expect to be available for purchase in your area.

New Mexico residents may also choose internet-only service from a brand like XFINITY (Comcast) and sign up for satellite TV, which is generally rated higher than TV delivered over cable.

Satellite TV and Internet Providers

Because competition is stronger for satellite television, DISH and DIRECTV are generally considered superior to cable TV service. You can choose a separate form of internet, and the providers below will actually help you set up home internet service, sometimes even with bundled savings. Call for pricing and bundling options.

Satellite internet is not an ideal choice, but allows people in rural areas to stay connected. Note that most satellite services require either a deposit for equipment installation or a decent credit score.

ProviderAvailabilityServicesGet Service
DIRECTV100%Satellite TV serviceView plans

More about DIRECTV

DIRECTV provides satellite TV service that consistently beats cable TV service in terms of programming, price, and customer service. Their packages have long been the favorite among sports fans, but their low-priced packages are also worth checking out for casual watchers. DIRECTV premium packages include many of the most popular channels in the world.

DISH100%Satellite TV serviceView plans

More about DISH

DISH was formerly known as (and sometimes still called) the Dish Network. DISH provides affordable package prices and is known for lower up-front pricing. DISH competes aggressively with AT&T-owned DIRECTV. DISH has worked hard in the last several years to improve sports programming to compete with the traditional leader, and is now a solid choice for savers and sports fans who know what they're looking for.

HuhgesNet100%

Satellite internet service

Speeds up to 15 Mbps

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More about HuhgesNet

Satellite internet should generally be your last option unless no other service is available in your area. The latency (lag) inherent to the technology makes it difficult to stream or browse, and online games that require a fast connection will not work. However, if you live in a rural area HughesNet is a good option. You'll just a need a little more patience while browsing or downloading movies to watch.


Cable Internet Speeds in New Mexico

New Mexico customers can get an average of 661.74 Mbps as their fastest speed. The fastest cable internet in the entire state is 1000 Mbps, which 9.34% of homes can purchase. Some residents, however, can only get 20 Mbps. Internet speeds tend to be faster in Central New Mexico, and slower in the neighborhoods to the West. Cable is the fastest internet in 73.91% of the state. For residents looking for alternatives to cable, DSL is the best alternative for most households.

New Mexico Map of Cable Internet Speeds

Cable Speed Key

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Cable Coverage and Availability in New Mexico

Cable internet is available to 74.78% of residents, which can be bundled with TV service for package savings. The map below shows where cable companies provide service by block.

New Mexico Map of Cable Internet Availability

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What zip codes have cable in New Mexico and nearby?

Zip CodeCable Coverage
870610%
870360%
8705935.39%
8700896.91%
8701567.34%
Zip CodeCable Coverage
8704783.57%
870160%
8712397.4%
870520%
8704395.92%

Cable in Your New Mexico Neighborhood

XFINITY (Comcast) is the primary cable provider for New Mexico's northwest, north, northeast, west, central, southwest and south neighborhoods. Suddenlink also has cable internet service in New Mexico's east regions. TDS provides cable service to New Mexico in the southeast.

Compared with the rest of the county, New Mexico has less access to cable versus other states and less cable coverage compared to the rest of the United States.

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