Most Americans have access to 100Mbps Internet, but from just one source

What’s troubling, though, is that less than eight percent can choose between two ISPs capable of offering 100Mbps. And a measly 0.9 percent have three very-high-speed options at their disposal. Hence, the steep prices that often drive people into the arms of slower DSL providers. Speaking of slow, a tad over two percent of Americans can’t even download content at three megabits per second, which is the current basic broadband standard according to the FFC (and that will soon to be upped to 10Mbps). There are still people without access to “broadband” Internet of any sort. – Adrian Diaconescu,Digital Trends
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