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Oregon Internet Access

Internet Connectivity in OR

^ An estimated 2,926,941 Oregon residents are connected to the Internet either at home, work, elsewhere or at multiple locations [1].

Internet Info in OR by City

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Internet Availability in OR

^ Collectively (all cities), 81.5% of all Oregon residents live in a household where Internet is available, which ranks 9th in the nation [2].

OR Internet Access

Oregon Internet Speeds

Landline Internet Speed in Oregon

  • Median Landline Internet speeds in OR [3]
    • Median download speed: 7.46 Mb/s
    • Median upload speed: 2.51 Mb/s
    • Maximum download speed: 18.65 Mb/s
    • Maximum upload speed: 5.72 Mb/s

Landline Internet Speed: Oregon vs. the U.S.

How Oregon landline Internet speeds compare to the rest of the nation [4].


Wireless Internet Speed in Oregon

  • Median Wireless Internet speeds in OR [3]
    • Median download speed: 2.4 Mb/s
    • Median upload speed: 0.94 Mb/s
    • Maximum download speed: 7.8 Mb/s
    • Maximum upload speed: 3.17 Mb/s

Wireless Internet Speed: Oregon vs. the U.S.

How Oregon wireless Internet speeds compare to the rest of the nation [4].


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Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Oregon

Landline Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in OR

Internet Service Provider (ISP)Type of Internet Service OfferedMaximum advertised download speedMaximum advertised upload speed
Optical Carrier1 Gb/s1 Gb/s
Other Copper Wireline3 Mb/s - 6 Mb/s3 Mb/s - 6 Mb/s
Other Copper Wireline10 Mb/s - 25 Mb/s10 Mb/s - 25 Mb/s

Wireless Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in OR

Internet Service Provider (ISP)Type of Internet Service OfferedMaximum advertised download speedMaximum advertised upload speed
Wireless50 Mb/s - 100 Mb/s50 Mb/s - 100 Mb/s
Wireless10 Mb/s - 25 Mb/s1.5 Mb/s - 3 Mb/s
Wireless3 Mb/s - 6 Mb/s768 Kb/s - 1.5 Mb/s

Featured ISPs for Oregon

AT&T

AT&T

  • High Speed Internet
  • Fast, reliable broadband connections
  • Allows you to connect all Wi-Fi-enabled devices
  • Bundle with phone or other services for bigger discounts
DSL Extreme

DSL Extreme

  • Get fast internet for an unbeatable price!
  • Packages as low as $17.95/month.
  • FREE installation (reg. $199); No phone line required.
  • Up to 75Mbps download speed; Wireless Router included.
HughesNet

HughesNet

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Oregon Internet Statistics

Oregon Internet Connectivity

Oregon: 76.4% of residents are connected, with 30.5% of the population connected on multiple devices [1].


Connected to the Internet in Oregon


  • Oregon Internet Connectivity [1]
    • It is estimated that 2,926,941 Oregon residents are connected to the Internet either at home, work, or elsewhere, or they are connected at multiple locations.
    • It is estimated that 904,133 Oregon residents are not connected to the Internet at all. This includes not being connected at home, work, or elsewhere.

  • Oregon Internet Availability [2]
    • It is estimated that 3,122,325 Oregon residents live in a household where Internet is available.

Household Income in Oregon

Oregon: The median household income is $53,776; and 16% of households are below poverty level [6].


Oregon Internet Access Facts & ISP Statistics

Oregon Home Internet Speed

  • When comparing home (landline) and mobile Internet speeds in OR, median download speeds are 1.63 times higher for home (landline) & median upload speeds are 2.81 times higher for home (landline).
  • Home Internet Speeds in OR [5]
    • Median Home Download Speed: 6.74 Mb/s
    • Download Speed Range: 1.87 Mb/s - 16.96 Mb/s
    • Median Home Upload Speed: 1.53 Mb/s
    • Upload Speed Range: 0.67 Mb/s - 3.05 Mb/s
  • Mobile Internet Speeds in OR [5]
    • Median Mobile Download Speed: 2.4 Mb/s
    • Download Speed Range: 0.8 Mb/s - 7.8 Mb/s
    • Median Mobile Upload Speed: 0.94 Mb/s
    • Upload Speed Range: 0.39 Mb/s - 3.17 Mb/s

Oregon Internet Connectivity


  • Connected to the Internet in the state of Oregon [1]: 76.4% of OR residents are connected to the Internet in one or more locations on one or more devices.
    • The 76.4% mark ranks Oregon 6th in the nation in total Internet connectivity.
    • 28% of residents are connected to the Internet only at home.
    • 6.6% are not connected at home, but are connected elsewhere.
    • 11.3% are connected at home and elsewhere on one device.
    • 30.5% are connected at home and elsewhere on more than one device.
    • 23.6% are not connected to the Internet at all.

  • Oregon Internet Availability [2]
    • 81.5% of OR residents have access to the Internet at home.
    • This ranks Oregon 9th in the country.

Oregon Business Internet Speed Data

  • When comparing home and business Internet speeds in OR, median download speeds are 2.93 times higher for business & median upload speeds are 1.38 times higher for business.
  • Business Internet Speeds in OR [5]
    • Median Business Download Speed: 9.33 Mb/s
    • Download Speed Range: 3.94 Mb/s - 21.2 Mb/s
    • Median Business Upload Speed: 4.49 Mb/s
    • Upload Speed Range: 1.43 Mb/s - 9.12 Mb/s
  • Small Business Internet Speeds in OR [5]
    • Median Small Business Download Speed: 6.32 Mb/s
    • Download Speed Range: 2.35 Mb/s - 17.78 Mb/s
    • Median Small Business Upload Speed: 1.51 Mb/s
    • Upload Speed Range: 0.69 Mb/s - 4.99 Mb/s

Additional information about Oregon

About Oregon

Oregon has a population of approximately 3,831,074, which ranks 28th in the U.S. among all states. [6]

OR Internet Access

More about Oregon Internet Access

For more information about Oregon Internet Service Providers, or for additional resources regarding OR Internet service overall, visit Public Utility Commission of Oregon .

More About Oregon

Of all residents in Oregon, 84% have a high school diploma or higher, and 25% have a bachelor's degree or higher [6].

Oregon Cities

References

1. ^ Bureau of Labor Statistics & Bureau of Census

2. ^ United States Census Bureau

3. ^ Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

4. ^ FCC & National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

5. ^ National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

6. ^ NTIA & U.S. Census Bureau