82.6% of Minnesotans have high speed Internet at home, which is significantly higher than the national average. In Minnesota, wireless Internet is available to 99.9% of the population. Cable is available to 84.2% and DSL to 92.9%. Fiber Internet, while not universally available, is an option to 16.5% of Minnesotans.
In addition, 53% of the state has the choice of 3 or more ISPs. When comparing plans, users find that 93.7% of Minnesotans have wired or wireless Internet service at speeds of at least 10 Mbps. There are still 4.5% of Minnesotans that have no Internet connection at home or work.