The US city with the highest rate of lightning strikes, Clearwater, is in Florida, the state with 94% broadband coverage. Fifteen percent of the population is underserved and the state is the 10th most connected state of the country. The state wide average internet speed is 34.2 Mbps and 95.1% of the state residents have access to wired broadband internet that has speed of 25 Mbps or faster. Percentage of residents with access to 100 Mbps broadband is 91.3% and those with 1 Gbps broadband access is 3%. All the residents have access to mobile broadband service and 36.9% have access to fixed wireless internet.
In terms of wired coverage, 97.5% have access to wire line, 92.2% have access to cable, 73.6% have access to DSL and 19.9% have access to optic fiber services. The state of Florida has 182 internet providers. However, 985,000 people in the state do not have access to a wired internet connection that can offer download speeds of 25 Mbps. The number of people who does not have access to a wired internet provider in their location is 505,000.
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