Nebraska, which was once known as 'The Great American Desert' is still way behind more than a few American states when it comes to internet access. Approximately 16 percent of people in the state of Nebraska fall under the category of underserved and the estimated average statewide internet speed is just around 24.1. As a result, Nebraska has been pulled to the 39th position in the list of most connected states in the country.
The good news is that, more than 80 percent of Nebraskans currently have access to a wired broadband network that constantly offers an internet speed of 25 Mbps or higher while the percentage of Nebraskans who have access to a high-speed broadband service with a speed of 100 Mbps is around 62.
When it comes to wireless coverage, everyone in the state of Nebraska have access to a reliable mobile broadband service while a high speed fixed wireless service is currently available to roughly 96.2 Nebraskans. Still, 55,000 people in the state of 55,000 people in Nebraska still have no access to a wired internet provider in their area.
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