AT&T, CenturyLink, Spectrum, HughesNet, Cox Communications, EarthLink, and MetroNet are some of the most popular providers in the Kentucky internet market. These are also the brands with the widest coverage rates in the overall territorial area of the state. The presence of big companies can be better distributed throughout the state, tough.
When you compare Kentucky with the rest of the American States and the federal district in terms of broadband accessibility, it is possible to see there is a digital divide there. The technological gap makes it impossible for 142 million residents to buy internet plans in their area, for example.
Other 561 million Kentuckians do not have access to more than one internet service provider available in their ZIP Code, diminishing their possibility to change services or companies if necessary. In terms of pricing, only 39.3% of people living in Kentucky can access internet plans costing $60 or less, which is considered an affordable service nowadays.
Now see a brief list of some of the internet carriers working in the State, considering popularity and highest coverage rates: