But in comparison to all the other states, Alaska still has a good rate internet access, being 79.8% the percentage of residents that can have an advanced network service, which by the Federal Communications (FCC) definition means any broadband with 25 Mbps speeds or faster.
Normally, the highest the density population, the better the connectivity statistics of the location, so Alaska is not the greatest place to find a service, as it is one of the biggest territories of the whole nation.
Even though Alaska has one of the weakest infrastructures in the broadband field, there always can be exceptions. Specific cities or locations there can have good connectivity as the technology is not regularly distributed though the territory. Other than that, speeds, and availability there vary per region throughout the state’s territory.
See above some of the current best internet options in the State, considering the most popular the providers working in this area. Reliable brands and the most common types of connections are distributed through all the territory. Check them out: