The Georgia Department of Community Affairs has produced a map that shows the parts of the state that lack broadband internet connections. The map shows that over 507,000 homes and businesses do not have access to broadband service, which is defined at speeds of 25/3 megabits per second. Close to 70% of these locations are in rural parts of Georgia. The map does not show where residents are subscribing to broadband internet services. Gov. Brian Kemp says the map can be used by the private sector to improve broadband access and encourage open-market competition.
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