Even though 5 percent of the residents in the state of Michigan has access to a 1-gigabit broadband internet speed, this still is current at 26th position in the list of most connected states in the United States. This is mainly because approximately 14 percent of the entire population of Michigan falls under the underserved category.
Moreover, the average statewide speed available to Michigan residents is just 27.5 Mbps even though there are currently 246 internet service providers in the state. Another point to note is that wireless internet providers are not offering their service to about 389,000 people in Michigan, which means that they are not able to make full use of internet service.
However, the good news is that more than 96 percent of residents in this state have access to a reliable and constant wireline service. On the other hand, approximately 88.4 percent of the whole population has access to cable service while 91.1 percent can enjoy DSL service. The availability of fiber optic service is limited to just 6.2 percent of the entire population of the state.
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