31.6% of Arizona residents have no Internet connection at home or elsewhere that is available for their use, even though 97.8% of the population can access wired or wireless high speed service at speeds of at least 10 Mbps.
In Arizona, wireless Internet of differing speeds is available in 98.9% of the state. Cable Internet is available in 89.6% of the state. DSL is available to 92.8% of the population. Fiber Internet is available to only 2.9%, a percentage much lower than the nationwide average. One of the redeeming factors of Internet service is the fact that more than 66% of the population has 3 or more wireline ISPs to choose from.
Population with faster than 1 Gbps available.
Population with only 100 Mbps speeds or less available.
Population with only 25 Mbps speeds or less available.
Average internet download speed across the state
Population with no wired internet access available.
Population with wired internet access available.
Population underserved with minimum service options available
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