Hawaii, most isolated population centre in the world, has a broadband coverage of 96% and the percent of underserved population in the state is 9%. The average statewide internet speed is 24.3 Mbps and is the 7th most connected state of the country with all the residents having access to mobile broadband service. However, percentage of people with access to fixed wireless service is 0.8%. In terms of broadband speed, 96% of the residents have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband, 95.9% have access to 100 Mbps internet and 42.2% have access to one Gbps internet.
Percentage of Hawaiians with access to wire line internet is 97.8 and with access to cable is 95.9%. Percentage of residents with DSL access is 91.7, and with fiber optic internet access is 43.7%. There are only 36 internet providers in the city leaving 57,000 residents without access to a wired internet connection that is capable of offering 25 Mbps speed. Another 31,000 residents of the state do not have any wired internet service providers in the area of their residence.
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