With the largest economy in the union, the state of California has a broadband coverage of 94% and 9% of the population is underserved. The average statewide internet speed is 53.3 Mbps and is the 9th most connected state of the country with hundred percent of the population having access to mobile broadband services. Percentage of Californians with access to fixed wireless service is 38.2% and when broadband speeds is considered 94.3% have access to broadband services offering 25Mbps speeds. The percentage of Californians with access to 100 Mbps or faster internet speeds is 87.5% and those with access to 1 Gbps internet is 2.4%.
The percentage of population with access to wire line services is 97.3% and that with cable service access is 93.7%. Those with access to DSL service is 93.3%, whereas 15.3% has access to optic fiber services. There are 272 internet providers in the state, but the number of people without access to a wired internet connection offering 25 Mbps download speed, is very high and reaches 2.2 million. Studies show that one million people in the state of California do not have access to wired internet services where they live.
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