Things are looking rough in Lincoln, AR for broadband service. An Underdog score of 24 was calculated based upon poor coverage, slow download and upload speeds, restrictive package pricing, and less and favorable user testimonials.
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Dish Network offers satellite television service that integrates with Amazon Alexa.
Dish Network provides Television in Lincoln, AR
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DIRECTV provides Television in Lincoln, AR
|Provider||Max Download||Max Upload||Broadband Type||Coverage|
|PGTELCO INTERNET||90.00 Mbps||90.00 Mbps||Fiber and DSL|
|HughesNet||25.00 Mbps||3.00 Mbps||Satellite and Phone|
|Exede||25.00 Mbps||3.00 Mbps||Satellite and Phone|
|Viasat||30.00 Mbps||3.00 Mbps||Satellite and Phone|
|Cox||200.00 Mbps||20.00 Mbps||Cable and Television|
|Cyberonic||11.00 Mbps||11.00 Mbps||Fiber, Cable, DSL, Copper and Fixed Wireless||~|
1,381 of the residents of Lincoln have at least one connection to the Internet (at home or the office).
About 61.35% of Lincoln is connected to the Internet. This means there are still about 870 people with NO Internet access in Lincoln, AR.
The average download speed for all terrestrial broadband (including cable) Internet in Lincoln, AR is 58 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 200 Mbps. Upload speeds via landline average 8 Mbps in Lincoln.
The average download speed for all wireless Internet providers in Lincoln, AR is 25 Mbps and the maximum download speed available is 25-50 Mbps. The upload speed average via wireless Internet providers in Lincoln is 3 Mbps. Wireless Internet is defined as service coming from fixed wireless or mobile broadband providers.