The third largest populated state in the United States of America, New York has an exceptional broadband coverage of 98 percent and the estimated average statewide speed available to users is around 51.2 Mbps. These couple of attributes has allowed the state of New York to cement their fourth position in the list of most connected states in the country.
In addition to that, the percentage of people in the state of New York who are under the category of underserved is just five, which is pretty much good when compared to several other states. The percent of New York residents who have access to a wired broadband service with a minimum internet speed of 25 Mbps or faster is around 97.8.
When we take wireless coverage into consideration, everyone in the state of New York have access to a mobile broadband service while only 28 percent of the entire population are able to subscribe to fixed wireless service. The only downfall is that 155,000 people in New York still have no access to any internet providers in their respective areas.
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