Oregon with its 89 percent broadband coverage is ahead of other states in connectivity and speeds. Designated as the 25th most connected state, Oregon features about 14 percent of underserved population limited in their internet connectivity offerings. However, the state excels in terms of the average statewide internet connectivity speeds with a figure of 43.2 Mbps. Wireline services enjoy the most coverage amongst the population of Oregon with about 97.2 percent.
DSL is yet another popular service with 91.2 percent of accessibility among the Oregonians. This is followed by wired broadband that covers 89.4 percent and 100 Mbps broadband covering 87.2 percent. Moreover, Oregon has an increase in the fiber optic coverage with 33.4 percent. The 99.9 percent coverage of mobile broadband service extends to all the regions of the state.
One gigabit broadband has the least coverage in Oregon with one 13.7 percent. The state has also about 424,000 people who do not have access to wired connections of more than 25 Mbps speeds and 114,000 people who lack ay wired internet provider near their area. Oregon is witnessing some increase in connectivity as a part of its broadband initiative and other infrastructure grants.
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