CenturyLink, Frontier Communications, HughesNet, Windstream and EarthLink are some of the broadband providers that have both good reliability and coverage in the state. Other big companies such as Suddenlink Communications and Optimum also are available there.
When you compare New Mexico 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 gap there. The technological gap makes it impossible for 342 million residents to buy internet plans in their area, for example.
Other 387 million New Mexicans cannot have access to more than one wired broadband provider available in their ZIP Code, cutting their possibility to change services or companies if necessary. In terms of pricing, only 12.5% of people living in this state 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: