CenturyLink, HughesNet, Optimum and EarthLink are four of the most popular providers in the this state’s internet market. These are also the most competitive brands when it comes to broadband services there.
When you compare New Jersey with the rest of the American States and the federal district in terms of broadband accessibility, although the digital divide there is lower than in other locations, some areas are not fully covered by internet carriers. 147 million residents only have access to one provider in their household location.
However, in general, there is a growing equally distribution of the network technology in this state. Most of people living in NJ can access high-speed broadband, and a huge part of them (78.4%) have access to affordable internet plans, costing $60 or less per month.
Now see a brief list of some of the internet companies working in the State, considering their popularity: