Arkansas, known as The Natural State, has a broadband coverage of 71% with 34% of the total population still being underserved. The statewide average internet speed is 25.4 Mbps and is the 48th most connected state in the United States. In case of broadband speeds, 74.6% people in the state have access to wired broadband services that offer speeds of 25 Mbps and 54.3% have access to speeds of 100 Mbps. The percentage of users with access to one Gbps internet is 9.5%.
Hundred percent of the state population has access to mobile broadband wireless coverage and 52.8% have access to fixed wireless services. In terms of wired coverage, 91.3% have wire line access, 69.7% have cable service access, 84.8% have DSL access and 4.1% have optic fiber service access. There are 126 internet providers in the state and 766,000 people still do not have access to wired internet connection that is capable of offering 25 Mbps download speeds. The number of people in the city without any wired internet providers in the area where they live is 263,000.
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