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Internet Access in Texas

Texas has some of the best broadband infrastructure in all of the country, coming in at 8th best of 50 states.
Not only does it have great, state-wide connectivity, but an average download speed of 63.3Mbps, despite rural areas having slightly lower connectivity levels.

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85.30%

Terrestrial Broadband Coverage

67.30%

Wired Low Price Plan Access

98.2

Mbps Average State Wide Speed

8th

State Broadband Access Ranking

89.7%

of Texans have access to broadband 100mbps or faster.

95.8%

95.8% of Texans have access to wireline service.

Internet Speed in Top Texas Cities
Top Cities
Avg Download Speed
No. Of Providers

Houston

94.3 MBPS

44 Providers

San Antonio

112.5 MBPS

47 Providers

Dallas

87.9 MBPS

48 Providers

Austin

128.1 MBPS

45 Providers

Fort Worth

95.8 MBPS

42 Providers

The State of Broadband

Texas has some of the best broadband infrastructure in all of the country, coming in at 8th best of 50 states.
Not only does it have great, state-wide connectivity, but an average download speed of 63.3Mbps, despite rural areas having slightly lower connectivity levels.

The Digital Divide

Texas fares rather well in terms of broadband affordability and availability, with 67.3% of the population able to receive a standalone broadband internet plan for under $60 per month. Over 90% of Texans have access to a 25Mbps connection, despite 2.1 million people going without a wired connection of the same speed, and 2.7 million only having access to one internet service provider (ISP)

Best-Connected Cities

Colleyville is statistically the best-connected small town in Texas, with 100% of the population having access to at least 3 ISPs, while Garland is ranked the 7th best connected town in all of the U.S.

Worst-Connected Cities

Silver is considered to have the poorest broadband internet in Texas, as there are no wired connection options available in this town, with residents resorting to satellite internet if they want internet access.

Governmental Initiatives

The Texan government has issued many grants to improve the broadband infrastructure of the state, with just under 2% of all federal infrastructure grants being put towards this cause. These government initiatives have helped boost the percentage of Texas Residents with access to a wired connection of at least 10Mbps from 87.9% to 94.8%, since 2011.