AdvisorSmith Finds the Cities with the Fastest and Slowest Internet Speeds
The cities with the fastest internet speeds were located in the South and Midwest
With the number of employees working from home increasing due to the coronavirus pandemic forcing many companies to close their offices, the need for fast internet at home has become a necessity.
AdvisorSmith examined 3,983 U.S. cities using data from the Federal Communications Commission on residential broadband internet speeds to find the cities with the fastest and slowest speeds. For the cities with the fastest speeds, AdvisorSmith calculated the percentage of people with access to at least one gigabit-speed provider. The cities with the slowest speeds were calculated by taking the percentage of residents with access to 100 Mbps, 250 Mbps, and gigabit internet.
The small, midsize, and large cities with the fastest internet were: Celina, OH, Olathe, KS, and Atlanta, GA. The small, midsize, and large cities with the fastest internet were: Coalinga, CA, Lehigh Acres, FL, and Toledo, OH.
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