The state of Missouri, which is also known as the 'Show Me State' is currently positioned at the 42nd position in the list of the most connected states in the United States of America. This is mainly because approximately 24 percent of the residents in the state are in underserved parts of the country. The 236 internet providers who operated in the state have been trying to boost their internet service to underserved customers.
Another point to note is that approximately 1.2 million Missourians still have no access to a wired internet connection that is capable of delivering an internet speed of 25 Mbps or above. Likewise, roughly 1 million people in the state of Missouri can only subscribe to a single internet provider whereas 439,000 Missourians have no access to wired internet service.
Fortunately, 92.9 percent of Missouri residents have access to a reliable wireline service while the percentage of Missourians who are able to access and enjoy cable service is 77.2. On the other hand, DSL service is also available to 88.4 percent of the entire population. Additionally, everyone in the state of Missouri have access to a mobile broadband service.
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