Rural Broadband in New Mexico

Alex GizisAbout Internet Speeds, Blog

At a time when high speed internet has become essential in keeping up with the rest of the world, it’s hard to believe that there are areas around the US where it’s typical to have average speeds of 3 Mbps. In rural New Mexico, residents can pay up to $96 per month for just 6 Mbps, a lot of times even more when they have two different networks.

The high price issues stem from a combination of factors. In the last couple of years, local governments have raised money or invested in high speed internet for education, health, and businesses and not too much effort has been put towards rural households. There is also a lack of competition between ISPs, since most mainstream companies tend to skip over rural areas. Also, there is a high cost of installing fiber-optic cable in thinly populated areas that many local governments and households don’t want to pay.

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