The leading state in the country in terms of copper production, Arizona has a broadband coverage of 86% and 19%of the population is underserved. The average statewide internet speed is 34.8 Mbps and is the 29th most connected state of the nation. As per recent reports, 87% of the population currently has access to wired broadband internet services offering speeds of 25 Mbps and more, whereas 82.6% have access to 100 Mbps or facter broadband services. People with access to one Gbps broadband internet speeds forms 11.4% of the population.
In terms of wireless internet coverage, 98.9% of the state population has access to mobile broadband, and 90% have access to fixed wireless. When wired coverage is chosen as the criteria, 93.6% of Arizonans can access wire line services, 83.8% have access to cable, 89.6% have access to DSL, and 9.7% have access to fiber services. There are 149 internet service providers in the state, but the number of users with access to only one wired internet provider is 888,000. Number of people without any wired internet providers in their area equals to 437,000.
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