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Internet Service in New Jersey

Due to its dense population, New Jersey is able to successfully offer excellent high speed Internet options to most residents. 99.7% of those residing in New Jersey have the option of 10 Mbps high speed Internet service for their home.

In the Garden State, 93.3% of the population has DSL access. 98.3% has cable Internet access. 99.8% has wireless Internet as an option. An impressive 62.6% has fiber Internet availability. Even better for consumers is the fact that over 73% of them have the choice of 3 or more Internet service providers for their New Jersey service.

Despite this incredible availability, 26.5% of New Jersey residents have no Internet connection.

Broadband in New Jersey

CityProvidersAvg. Landline Speeds (mbps)Avg. WiFi Speeds (mbps)State Availability Rank*Country Availability Rank*Broadband Score
Asbury Park, NJ179.31N/AN/A1.56N/AN/A78
Atlantic City, NJ156.45N/AN/A0.87N/AN/A76
Avenel, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Bayonne, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81212683
Belleville, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Bergenfield, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Bloomfield, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Bridgeton, NJ114.82N/AN/A0.76N/AN/A72
Camden, NJ154.68N/AN/A1.08813276
Carteret, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
Clark, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Cliffside Park, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Clifton, NJ207.74N/AN/A1.46412845
Collingswood, NJ154.68N/AN/A1.08N/AN/A76
Colonia, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Cranford, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Dover, NJ2012.06N/AN/A1.82N/AN/A82
Dumont, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
East Brunswick, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
East Orange, NJ1913.54N/AN/A1.441614082
Edison, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Elizabeth, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.781213679
Elmwood Park, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Englewood, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Fair Lawn, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Fairview, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Fords, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Fort Lee, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Garfield, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Glassboro, NJ145.70N/AN/A1.15N/AN/A75
Hackensack, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Hammonton, NJ156.45N/AN/A0.87N/AN/A76
Harrison, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81N/AN/A83
Hawthorne, NJ207.74N/AN/A1.46N/AN/A45
Highland Park, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
Hillside, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Hoboken, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81112583
Hopatcong, NJ135.06N/AN/A0.76N/AN/A38
Irvington, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Iselin, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Jersey City, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81613083
Kearny, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81N/AN/A83
Lakewood, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A78
Linden, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.78N/AN/A79
Livingston, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Lodi, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Long Branch, NJ179.31N/AN/A1.56N/AN/A78
Lyndhurst, NJ20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Madison, NJ2012.06N/AN/A1.82N/AN/A82
Maplewood, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Middlesex, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
Millburn, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Millville, NJ114.82N/AN/A0.76N/AN/A72
Montclair, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Morristown, NJ2012.06N/AN/A1.82N/AN/A82
New Brunswick, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45713182
New Milford, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Newark, NJ1913.54N/AN/A1.44512982
North Arlington, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Nutley, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Old Bridge, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Orange, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Palisades Park, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Paramus, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Passaic, NJ207.74N/AN/A1.461013445
Paterson, NJ207.74N/AN/A1.461113545
Pennsauken, NJ15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A76
Perth Amboy, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.451714182
Phillipsburg, NJ153.19N/AN/A0.51N/AN/A76
Plainfield, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.78312779
Pleasantville, NJ156.45N/AN/A0.87N/AN/A76
Rahway, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.78N/AN/A79
Ramsey, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Ridgewood, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Roselle, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.78N/AN/A79
Rutherford, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Sayreville, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
Scotch Plains, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Secaucus, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.81N/AN/A83
Somerset, NJ18N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A80
South Orange, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
South Plainfield, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
South River, NJ199.36N/AN/A1.45N/AN/A82
Springfield, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Summit, NJ1713.54N/AN/A1.44N/AN/A79
Teaneck, NJ20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Tenafly, NJ2017.64N/AN/A1.86N/AN/A82
Toms River, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A78
Trenton, NJ177.34N/AN/A1.69913379
Union, NJ17N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Union City, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.811513983
Vineland, NJ114.82N/AN/A0.761313772
Wayne, NJ20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A45
West Milford, NJ20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A45
West New York, NJ2025.13N/AN/A2.811413883
West Orange, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Westfield, NJ179.99N/AN/A1.78N/AN/A79
Williamstown, NJ14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A75
Woodbridge, NJ19N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
Wyckoff, NJ20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A82
* availability only includes locations with greater than 50,000 residents
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Broadband Service in New Jersey

Since 2009, the New Jersey Office of Information Technology has been awarded $4,926,106.00 in federal dollars for New Jersey's "New Jersey Broadband Initiative" program. New Jersey has awarded these monies to 6 organizations and departments within the state.

16 cities and towns in New Jersey have asked State to investigate Verizon for abandoning copper landline infrastructure.

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