North Carolina has Gigabit Internet in place, or under construction, all over the state. A partial list of areas getting Gigabit service:
Charlotte Metro: Google Fiber, AT&T, Comporium (Rock Hill, SC), Windstream (Concord, Davidson, Matthews)
Triad: Northstate and AT&T
Triangle: Google Fiber, AT&T, Frontier, NC Next Generation Network, CenturyLink
Salisbury municipal network (10Gb and 1Gb speeds)
Wilson municipal network
Asheville: AT&T, ERC Broadband, RST Fiber
Burnsville: Country Cablevision
Wilkesboro: Wilkes Communications (100% fiber to the home gigabit)
Fayetteville, Raeford, Southern Pines and Whispering Pines: CenturyLink
Greenville, Rocky Mount, New Bern: Suddenlink
Holly Springs: Ting
Statewide: MCNC provides service throughout the state to North Carolina’s research, education, non-profit healthcare, and other community institutions.
((* Note: In order to achieve gigabit internet speeds you need to have a computer, modem, and AC wi-fi router that support the speed. We recently purchased a gigabit wif-fi router for less than $100 (TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router) and have been pleased with the results.))
The following interactive map shows broadband Internet coverage throughout the state of North Carolina.
Click on the speed box to see the availability by county across the state.
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