The 10 Small Towns With the Worst Internet Speeds in the US
A new report highlights the 10 small towns in the US with the average fastest and slowest internet speeds. To compile this report, Salt Lake City, Utah-based Satellite Internet monitored access to a proprietary speed test website for over an entire year. It plotted the results according to the IP addresses of those who used the website, then tallied which towns’ results rated the highest. Per the report, the small towns in the US with the fastest internet speeds are Plattsburgh (NY), Mount Sterling (KY), Alice (TX), Selinsgrove (PA), Heber (UT), Clarksdale(MS), Sidney (OH), Gainesville (TX), Kirksville (MO), and Greenwood (SC). Meanwhile, the small towns with the slowest internet speeds in the US are Hutchinson (KS), Coos Bay (OR), Brevard (NC), Lincoln (IL), Indiana (PA), Ellensburg (WA), Somerset (PA), Ontario (OR), Pottsville (PA), and Tahlequah (OK).
These 10 Small Towns Have the Worst Internet Speeds in the US