With many Americans shifting to working remotely in recent weeks due to COVID-19, many have had to reassess their internet needs.
This has put a strain on our internet connections, with some providers saying internet use is up 60% in some countries.
HighSpeedInternet.com just passed three million speed tests completed on our site, and they wanted to know which US cities can handle the unprecedented need for faster internet, and which cities are still struggling with slow connections.
Here’s what they found:
Cities with the fastest average internet speeds:
- Whitestone, NY – 138.4 Mbps
- Elkridge, MD – 114.0 Mbps
- Merrick, NY – 112.0 Mbps
- Odenton, MD – 109.9 Mbps
- Halethorpe, MD – 109.0 Mbps
- Pasadena, MD – 108.3 Mbps
- Somerset, NJ – 107.8 Mbps
- Pacifica, CA – 106.5 Mbps
- Merchantville, NJ – 106.4 Mbps
- Long Island City, NY – 105.8 Mbps
Cities with the slowest average internet speeds:
- Stowe, VT – 7.3 Mbps
- Española, NM – 7.7 Mbps
- Ville Platte, LA – 7.8 Mbps
- Oneonta, AL – 8.6 Mbps
- Kingston, WA – 9.2 Mbps
- Elko, NV – 9.5 Mbps
- Foley, AL – 10.1 Mbps
- New Richmond, WI – 10.2 Mbps
- Wasilla, AK – 10.4 Mbps
- Vashon, WA – 10.9 Mbps
Their data analysis is based on over three million speed test results (taking the median of every city in the U.S. and ranking them from fastest to slowest).
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