Idaho, with its economy originating around gold mining back in the 1860s, has a broadband coverage of 82% and the percentage of underserved population is 22%. Idaho is the 37th most connected state of the country and has an average of 19.9 Mbps internet speed across the state. When wireless coverage is considered, 99.4% of the population has access to mobile broadband, and 92.7% have access to fixed wireless service. Studies conducted to find broadband speeds in the state shows that 82.1% of the residents have access to wired broadband internet with 25 Mbps speed, 69.7 %have access to 100 Mbps or faster internet speed and 11.2% have access to one Gbps speeds.
When wired internet coverage is considered, 93.6% of the residents have access to wire line services, 77.7% have access to cable, 89.4% have access to DSL, and 22.4% have access to optic fiber internet. There are 135 service providers in the state of Idaho and 254,000 residents have access to only one providing. This leaves them without options to switch to a different provider.
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