As the 31st most connected state in the country, Vermont still manages to achieve sufficient broadband coverage amounting to 85 percent. Under the Vermont's broadband initiative, the state has been provided grants and other investments in developing infrastructure for extending internet coverage. Seventeen percent of the population is classified under the undeserved category in the state. Similar to other states the 25 Mbps wired broadband has good coverage with 87.5 percent of the population across the state.
Wireline services also provide the maximum coverage among Vermonters amounting to 98.1 percent. DSL is yet another service that has good coverage of 96.3 percent. In wireless services, the state of Vermont boasts a 99.7 percent in mobile broadband and 74.9 percent in fixes wireless service respectively. This is followed by the cable service that covers 81.0 percent of the Vermonters.
The state has currently 60 internet providers; however, 98,000 people are still limited to one provider. Moreover, 12,000 of the population in Vermont still do not have any wired internet providers near their place. The connectivity is progressing rapidly in Vermont as several investments are made in developing broadband infrastructure.
Disclaimer: The trademarks and brand names displayed on Getprovider.com belong to their respective companies or owners. GetProvider.com has no association with the trademarks, brands or companies. Getprovider.com’s plans, reviews and comparisons are based on data available to the public on the internet. The use of any third party trademarks on this site in no way indicates any relationship, connection, association, sponsorship, or affiliation between GetProvider.com and the holders of said trademarks. Actual prices of services and availability of services may vary according to the physical address of your location.