The average statewide internet speed available to Mississippians is just 21.3 Mbps and approximately 39 percent of the entire state falls under the category of underserved. These couple of reasons has pushed the state of Mississippians back to the 49th spot in the list of most connected states in the United States.
The percentage of residents in Mississippians who currently have access to a wired broadband network that offers a minimum internet speed of 25 Mbps to customers is just 68.1, which is pretty much less when compared to the stats of other states.
However, more than 63 percent of Mississippians are able to enjoy a reliable broadband internet service that constantly offers a constant internet speed of 100 Mbps or greater. In addition, a small portion of Mississippians, that is 3.5 percent of the entire population can enjoy and access a 1-gigabit broadband internet service.
When it comes to wireless coverage, all the residents in the state of Mississippi can access mobile broadband service while the percentage of Mississippians who have access to a fixed wireless service is estimated to be around 16.6 percent as of now.
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