Georgia, the largest state in the east of Mississippi River, and has a broadband coverage of 90% with 18% of the population being underserved. It is the 20th most connected state in the country and with an average statewide speed of 38.9 Mbps. All the residents of the city have access to mobile broadband and 4.9% have access to fixed wireless services. In terms of broadband speeds, 90.6% of the state residents have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband, 85.4% have access to 100 Mbps broadband, and 17.3% have access to one Gbps broadband.
The percentage of Georgians with access to wire line services is 96.5% and with access to cable is 85.3%. 89.5% of the residents have DSL access and 11.2% have optic fiber access. The number of internet providers operating in the state is 212 and the number of residents without access to wired internet capable of providing 25 Mbps speed is 970,000. There are still 55,000 people in the city that does not have a wired internet provider in their locality.
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