Alaska, with the lowest population density in the country, has a broadband coverage of 78% with 42% population falling to the underserved category. The statewide average internet speed is 22.8 Mbps and is the 44th most connected state in the country. Statistics show that 78.5% of the population can access wired broadband internet with speeds of 25 Mbps or faster, whereas 75.3% have access to 100 Mbps broadband internet. About 65.4% of the population has access to 1Gbps broadband internet.
In case of wireless coverage, 91.2% have access to mobile broadband and 48.2% have access to fixed wireless services. When wired coverage is considered, 92.3% have access to wire line services, 79.2% have access to cable services and 70.7% have access to DSL service. However, only 3.3% of the population subscribes to fiber optic services. There are about sixty five internet provides in the state, however, 161,000 people do not yet have access to a wired internet connection that is capable of offering download speeds of 25Mbps and the number of people in the state without any wired internet providers in their locality is 58,000.
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