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Internet Service in Mississippi

In Mississippi, 98.4% of individuals can get high speed Internet at speeds of up to 10 Mbps download speed, via wired or wireless Internet. However, a startling 41% of those living in Mississippi have no Internet connectivity, the highest rate of those with Internet in the country.

Yet, statistically the state seems to have options available. 100% of Mississippi residents can get wireless Internet. 87.3% can get DSL service. 67.8% can get cable Internet. 21.5% of the state even has fiber Internet as a choice. In addition, over 50% of those living in the Magnolia State have at least 3 Internet service providers to choose from at their location.

While some of the shortage of Internet access may be because of geography, economics likely plays a large part also.

Broadband in Mississippi

CityProvidersAvg. Landline Speeds (mbps)Avg. WiFi Speeds (mbps)State Availability Rank*Country Availability Rank*Broadband Score
Aberdeen, MS190.95N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A21
Amory, MS190.95N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A21
Baldwyn, MS190.68N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A67
Batesville, MS161.15N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A19
Belzoni, MS130.03N/AN/A0.01N/AN/A6
Biloxi, MS161.91N/AN/A1.25N/AN/A24
Booneville, MS160.68N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A63
Brandon, MS182.43N/AN/A0.32N/AN/A67
Brookhaven, MS150.22N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A18
Byram, MS174.00N/AN/A0.72N/AN/A66
Canton, MS172.75N/AN/A1.20N/AN/A66
Carthage, MS12N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A10
Clarksdale, MS140.99N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A19
Cleveland, MS171.31N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A20
Clinton, MS174.00N/AN/A0.72N/AN/A66
Collins, MS120.28N/AN/A0.09N/AN/A9
Columbia, MS150.11N/AN/A0.02N/AN/A10
Columbus, MS161.23N/AN/A0.16N/AN/A22
Corinth, MS161.97N/AN/A0.26N/AN/A63
Crystal Springs, MS184.00N/AN/A0.52N/AN/A19
Diamondhead, MS17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A23
Durant, MS13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A18
Ellisville, MS182.03N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A64
Escatawpa, MS10N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A19
Florence, MS182.43N/AN/A0.32N/AN/A67
Flowood, MS172.43N/AN/A0.32N/AN/A65
Forest, MS140.59N/AN/A0.03N/AN/A13
Fulton, MS90.45N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A54
Gautier, MS163.24N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A24
Greenville, MS160.84N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A36
Greenwood, MS180.49N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A39
Grenada, MS150.74N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A21
Gulfport, MS161.91N/AN/A1.25164924
Guntown, MS172.03N/AN/A0.35N/AN/A21
Hattiesburg, MS192.14N/AN/A0.80N/AN/A67
Hazlehurst, MS174.00N/AN/A0.52N/AN/A18
Hernando, MS143.13N/AN/A0.47N/AN/A64
Hollandale, MS160.84N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A36
Holly Springs, MS190.66N/AN/A0.13N/AN/A65
Horn Lake, MS143.13N/AN/A0.47N/AN/A64
Houston, MS170.45N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A17
Indianola, MS190.19N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A37
Iuka, MS160.34N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A17
Jackson, MS184.00N/AN/A0.72265067
Kiln, MS16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A22
Kosciusko, MS141.85N/AN/A0.19N/AN/A14
Laurel, MS182.03N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A64
Leland, MS160.84N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A36
Long Beach, MS151.91N/AN/A1.25N/AN/A24
Louisville, MS120.54N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A14
Lucedale, MS130.30N/AN/A0.03N/AN/A12
Macon, MS130.33N/AN/A0.02N/AN/A7
Madison, MS172.75N/AN/A1.20N/AN/A66
Magee, MS130.64N/AN/A0.12N/AN/A8
Magnolia, MS170.54N/AN/A0.26N/AN/A22
Mccomb, MS170.54N/AN/A0.26N/AN/A22
Mendenhall, MS130.64N/AN/A0.12N/AN/A8
Meridian, MS172.61N/AN/A0.78N/AN/A66
Mississippi State, MS13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A13
Moorhead, MS190.19N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A37
Morton, MS140.59N/AN/A0.03N/AN/A13
Moss Point, MS153.24N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A22
Natchez, MS140.59N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A20
New Albany, MS170.70N/AN/A0.56N/AN/A18
Newton, MS150.58N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A14
Nicholson, MS13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A16
Ocean Springs, MS153.24N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A22
Okolona, MS180.45N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A63
Olive Branch, MS143.13N/AN/A0.47N/AN/A65
Oxford, MS180.90N/AN/A0.30N/AN/A22
Pascagoula, MS163.24N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A24
Pass Christian, MS141.91N/AN/A1.25N/AN/A23
Pearl, MS172.43N/AN/A0.32N/AN/A65
Petal, MS192.14N/AN/A0.80N/AN/A67
Philadelphia, MS122.09N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A13
Picayune, MS161.46N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A18
Pontotoc, MS170.62N/AN/A0.05N/AN/A17
Poplarville, MS161.46N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A18
Purvis, MS131.72N/AN/A0.28N/AN/A61
Quitman, MS100.56N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A7
Richland, MS172.43N/AN/A0.32N/AN/A65
Ridgeland, MS172.75N/AN/A1.20N/AN/A66
Ripley, MS150.67N/AN/A0.01N/AN/A12
Ruleville, MS190.19N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A37
Saltillo, MS202.03N/AN/A0.35N/AN/A68
Senatobia, MS151.00N/AN/A0.24N/AN/A58
Southaven, MS173.13N/AN/A0.47365168
Starkville, MS152.52N/AN/A0.64N/AN/A15
Tupelo, MS192.03N/AN/A0.35N/AN/A67
Tutwiler, MS16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A19
University, MS16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A22
Verona, MS182.03N/AN/A0.35N/AN/A66
Vicksburg, MS159.51N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A14
Water Valley, MS160.71N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A18
Waveland, MS171.83N/AN/A0.48N/AN/A23
Waynesboro, MS13N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A54
West Point, MS141.38N/AN/A0.21N/AN/A60
Wiggins, MS130.53N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A13
Winona, MS140.56N/AN/A0.02N/AN/A19
Yazoo City, MS14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A18
* availability only includes locations with greater than 50,000 residents
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Broadband Service in Mississippi

Since 2009, the Office of the Governor, State of Mississippi has been awarded $7,011,691.00 in federal dollars for Mississippi's "Zap The Gap" program. Mississippi has awarded these monies to 6 organizations and departments within the state.

Gulf Coast Broadband Initiative's goal is to have all 12 Mississippi Coast cities and 3 Coastal countries in shared membership.