Tennessee is the 24th most connected state in the country. With 89 percent broadband coverage among the populations, the state has an average internet speed of 34.2 Mbps. 17 percent of the populations are underserved, which means that they are limited to basic internet services that lacks speed and stability. On an average, 25 Mbps and higher wired broadband cover 89 percent of the state.
The 100 Mbps broadband also has similar coverage amounting to 86.2 percent. Apart from Broadband, wireline services have the most amount of coverage among South Dakotans with 95.5 percent. However, it is worth noting that fixed wireless services with its 19.1 percent coverage have been made accessible to most of the Tennesseans.
Overall, Tennessee has 163 internet providers that offers broadband, wired and wireless services. The underserved population is huge with 837,000 people n the state still having limited option to switch. Moreover, wired internet providers are unavailable for about 299,000 people near their areas.
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