Whether you use the internet to share memes, talk sports, or drive yourself to the brink of madness by following political news, one thing we can all agree on is that internet access isn’t always as easy as it should be.
Take the United States, for example. Internet quality varies wildly from state to state, seemingly at random. New Jersey and Maine might not look very far away from each other on a map, but download speed in the two northeastern states was dramatically different when we wrote about it last year.
The differences are stark when talking purely about speed, but looking at access paints an even more grim pictureBroadbandNow released its broadband access report for the last quarter of 2019, comparing how easy it is to get usable internet in each state without going bankrupt. Re… Read More