Business Insider’s tech editor Paul Fenton has compiled a list of the top five broadband internet speeds in each state.
We also took a look at which state has the best coverage of fiber optic broadband.
The top 5 fastest broadband speeds in all 50 states and the District of ColumbiaThe fastest broadband in the United States is actually found in Arizona, which has the fastest speeds in the country.
The state has some of the best internet speeds across the board, with a high speed of 2,500 megabits per second (Mbps) and average download speed of over 700Mbps.
It also has some great broadband options, with high speeds of up to 300Mbps.
We’ve compiled the fastest internet speeds per capita in each of the 50 states below.
Arizona’s fastest broadband speed in our rankings is 1,700 Mbps, which is a bit higher than the state average of 1,600 Mbps.
That makes it one of the most competitive states for internet speeds.
In fact, the state’s average speed is 1.2Mbps, which isn’t much slower than the national average of around 1.8Mbps.
But it’s still far behind the states average.
Here are the top 5 state broadband speeds according to Business Insider:Arizona 1,800 Mbps Arizona 2,400 Mbps Arizona 3,100 Mbps Arizona 4,100Mbps Arizona 5,300 MbpsFlorida 1,300Mbps Florida 2,000 Mbps Florida 3,000Mbps Georgia 1,900 Mbps Georgia 2,700Mbps Hawaii 1,400Mbps Idaho 1,500Mbps Illinois 1,000,000 Massachusetts 1,100,000 Michigan 1,200,000 Minnesota 1,150,000 Mississippi 1,080,000 Missouri 1,050,000 Nebraska 1,070,000 Nevada 1,060,000 New Hampshire 1,140,000 Ohio 1,250,000 Pennsylvania 1,270,000 Rhode Island 1,280,000 South Carolina 1,340,000 Tennessee 1,360,000 Texas 1,420,000 Utah 1,440,000 Vermont 1,460,000 Virginia 1,490,000 Washington 1,520,000West Virginia 1.000,00%Wisconsin 1.100,00Koch County, Wisconsin 2.600,00 Michigan City, Michigan 3.800,00 Idaho Falls, Idaho 4.000 the state of Kansas 2.700,00 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 4.400,00 West Virginia 1.,500,00Virginia Beach, Virginia 3.600 the state the city of New York 2.900,00The state of Tennessee 2.850,00Texas 1.500,000 the city and county of New Mexico 2.100 the city/county of San Antonio 2.150,00Mississippi 2.060 the city (and county) of Montgomery, Mississippi 2.080 the city or county of Knoxville 2.300 the city, county, or other local government in the state or in the district of the county 2.130 the city that is not in the city where the business is located 2.020 the city in which the business was located, but does not include the county where the property is located (and any subdivisions within that jurisdiction) 2.040 the city within which the location of the business takes place (or any subdivision within that locality) 2,010 the city(s) or counties that border the city to the north and south, or within the county to the east and west 2.030 the city located in the vicinity of the principal place of business for a school, university, or community college 2.050 the city the city from which the residence is located, including the county from which it is located or the municipal boundaries of any other jurisdiction 2.010 the metropolitan statistical area of the state 2.025 the city at which the establishment or establishment of a business is established 2.000the city from where the principal office of a non-profit organization is located 1,990,000The state and local governments of New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, and Virginia are the only states without a single metropolitan statistical areas.
In those states, a city that borders another metropolitan statistical-area city has no metropolitan statistical code and the state code is not used.
In other words, cities in those states that have no metropolitan code have a lower speed rating than those that do.