Alabama, the state that made the rocket, which put humans on the moon, have 80% broadband internet coverage and 27% percentage of the total population is underserved. The average statewide internet speed is 27.5 Mbps and is the 41st most connected state of the country. As per the latest statistics, 82% of the population in Alabama has access to 25 Mbps or faster wired broadband internet, 66.2% have access to broadband internet with 100 Mbps or faster speeds and 3.4% have access to high-speed gigabit broadband internet with speeds of one Gbps.
When wireless coverage is considered, 100% of the population has access to mobile broadband and 14.9% access fixed wireless services. In case of wired coverage, 94.2% have access to wireline services, 77.3% have access to cable services, and 84.6% have access to DSL services. Only 16.7% access fiber optic services. There are about 147 internet providers in the state; however, 1.1 million users have access to only one provider, leaving them without any switching options. Moreover, 287,000 people do not have access to any wireless internet providers in their location.
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