Iowa is the home of Quaker Oats, which is the largest cereal company in the world, has a broadband coverage if 82% and 22% of the total state population is underserved. It is the 38th most connected state of the country with 82.5% population having access to 25 Mbps wired broadband service. Seventy seven percent of the residents have access to 100 Mbps broadband and 9.1% have access to one Gigabit broadband speeds. The statewide average internet speed is 23.2 Mbps.
All Iowans have access to mobile broadband services and 77.8% have access to fixed wireless internet services. In terms of wired coverage, 95.1% have wire line, 86.7% have DSL, 75.1% have cable, and 22.6% have fiber optic service access. The number of internet service providers in the state is 413 and 541,000 residents do not have access to a wired internet connection that is capable of providing 25 Mbps download speeds. The number of Iowans without any wired internet providers in their area of residence is 153,000. 517,000 of the residents do not have access to more than one internet provider, leaving them without any switching options.
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