West Virginia has a broadband coverage of 74 percent and is the 45th most connected state in the country. Wired broadband offering 25 Mbps speeds or faster has good coverage of 75.0 percent. 100 Mbps broadband is accessible to about 69.6 percent of the West Virginians. However, wireline service continues to dominate the state with 94.8 percent coverage, which is followed by DSL service having coverage of 90.3 percent.
In total, West Virginia consists of 75 internet providers offering a range of services in both wired and wireless platforms. In wireless, mobile broadband has the maximum coverage among West Virginians amounting to 99.4 percent. However, West Virginia has good coverage among of one-gigabit broadband and this is in stark contrast to other wired services.
In spite of this, West Virginians are provided with an average internet speed of 28.1 Mbps. The low connectivity among the underserved populations has witnessed some improvements especially in the wired connections offering 10 Mbps. It has extended its coverage from 44.5 percent to 90.7 percent since the year 2011.
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