Kentucky, the home of Kentucky Fried chicken, has broadband coverage of 84% and 23% of the population is underserved. It is the 35th most connected state of the country, with a statewide average internet speed of 24 Mbps. All of Kentuckians have access to mobile broadband and 30.4% have access to fixed wireless service. When broadband speeds are considered, 86.5% Kentuckians have access to 25 Mbps wired broadband, 24.4% have access to 100 Mbps broadband, and 9.5% have access to one Gbps broadband.
The number of Kentuckians with access to wire line service is 95.6% and that with cable service is 80.8%. 83.8% of the residents have access to DSL and 14% have access to optic fiber internet services. The total number of internet providers in the state is 177 and there are 834,000 residents in the state with access to only one provider, leaving them no option to switch. The number of people in the state without any wired internet provider in their area of residence is 197,000.
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