The word Indiana means 'Land of the Indians'. However, there are only less than 8,000 Native Americans in the state of Indiana. The state has a broadband coverage percentage of 84% and 18% of the population is underserved. The state is the 34th most connected state of the country and has 32.7 Mbps statewide average internet speed. All the residents of the state have access to mobile broadband service and 87.5% of the population has access to fixed wireless.
In terms of broadband speed, 84.7% of the residents have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband services, 73.3% have access to 100 Mbps broadband, and 7.9% have access to one Gbps broadband internet. When wired coverage is considered, 95.3% have access to wire line, 90.6% have access to DSL, 81.8% have access to cable, and 15.5% have access to optic fiber services. There are 218 internet service providers in the state and 1 million residents do not have access to a wired internet connection capable of offering 25 Mbps download speeds. The number of residents in the state without any wired internet provider in their area of residence is 311,000.
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