Oklahoma with an average broadband coverage of 73 percent hosts the largest tribal population in the country. It remains the 47th most connected state in the country due to its large section of underserved population amounting to 36 percent. Wired broadband having with speeds of 25 mbps and more enjoy high coverage of 74.6 percent among the population. The other major service having large-scale coverage is wireline with 88.8 percent.
In spite of this, the state has 100 percent coverage and access to mobile broadband services. Compared to DSL, Cable and 100 Mbps broadband, fiber optic and one-gigabit broadband have the least coverage with 6.9 and 8.7 percent respectively. With an average statewide speed of 34.4 Mbps, the state has two other popular services such as 100 Mbps broadband and fixed wireless service.
They both cover about 68.1 and 64.9 percent of the population across the state. Some sections of the population amounting to about 435,000 lack any wired internet providers near their area. Whereas 960,000 people are left with no switching options due to a single provider.
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