Why Some Rural Communities Lack High-Speed Internet

Government Technology: Residents living well away from cities might have an Internet connection. It could be through DSL service, the oldest and slowest connection better known as dial-up, or a "fixed wireless" connection for customers within sight of a cell tower, or via satellite.

However, rural residents are the least likely Americans to have access to the higher speeds that are necessary for work and education, experts say.

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