MN is number 2 for widest availability of Gig access

TVTech reports

A new study by finds North Dakota tops the list of states with the widest availability of fixed broadband providing download speeds of at least 1,000 megabits per second.

The conclusion is based on FCC data showing that gigabit speed internet is available to 60.58% of residential locations in the state – the highest percentage in the nation, the study found.

The study analyzed FCC data on broadband and mobile internet speeds and availability in each state.

Minnesota has the second highest availability of gigabit broadband speeds with coverage for 60.41% of residential locations, found.


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