The state of North Carolina is currently the 15th most connected state in the United States of America. Despite have an exceptional broadband coverage of 92 percent, 13 percent of the entire population still falls under the category of underserved. However, the average statewide internet speed available to the residents of North Carolina is an impressive 39.7 Mbps thanks to the 161 internet providers who are operating in the state.
The percentage of North Carolinians who have access to a reliable broadband internet service that offers a speed of 100Mbps or faster is estimated to be around 90.4 whereas 93.1 percent of the entire population has access to a broadband service that constantly delivers an internet speed of 25 Mbps or even faster.
Unfortunately, the percentage of people in the state of North Carolina who can subscribe to a 1-gigabit broadband internet service is limited to 12.6. Nevertheless, 99.8% of North Carolina residents are able to subscribe and access a reliable mobile broadband service. Moreover, ten percent of North Carolinians also have access to a fixed wireline service.
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