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Internet Service in Oregon

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Internet Access in Oregon

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Coverage by County

Oregon Interactive SVG Map showing broadband coverage by county.
84.5%
84.5% TERRESTRIAL BROADBAND COVERAGE
24.5%
24.5% POPULATION UNDERSERVED

76.6

34th

Broadband Speeds

91.0%

of Oregonians have access to broadband 100mbps or faster.

27.5%

of Oregonians have access to 1 gigabit broadband.

Wired Coverage

97.7%

of Oregonians have access to wireline service.

57.4%

of Oregonians have access to fiber-optic service.

88.6%

of Oregonians have access to cable service.

91.1%

of Oregonians have access to DSL service.

Coverage by County in Oregon

County Name % Broadband Coverage
Baker 76.2%
Benton 94.6%
Clackamas 97.0%
Clatsop 84.0%
Columbia 79.2%
Coos 89.6%
Crook 75.4%
Curry 94.6%
Deschutes 96.1%
Douglas 93.1%
Gilliam 40.1%
Grant 63.6%
Harney 15.4%
Hood River 97.8%
Jackson 90.5%
Jefferson 64.8%
Josephine 77.4%
Klamath 76.9%
Lake 43.9%
Lane 91.3%
Lincoln 95.1%
Linn 85.6%
Malheur 64.1%
Marion 93.6%
Morrow 59.3%
Multnomah 98.4%
Polk 91.2%
Sherman 41.8%
Tillamook 93.7%
Umatilla 87.9%
Union 77.3%
Wallowa 0.0%
Wasco 84.4%
Washington 97.6%
Wheeler 0.0%
Yamhill 82.6%

Internet Speed in Top Oregon Cities

City Avg. Download Speed No. of Providers
1. Portland 80.5 MBPS 36 Providers
2. Salem 92.9 MBPS 22 Providers
3. Eugene 70.0 MBPS 19 Providers
4. Beaverton 101.8 MBPS 23 Providers
5. Bend 80.5 MBPS 21 Providers

Speeds for Major Providers in Oregon

Provider Avg. Download Speed
XFINITY from Comcast 105.3 MBPS
Charter Spectrum 66.3 MBPS
CenturyLink 45.6 MBPS
PEAK Internet 29.8 MBPS
Alyrica Networks, Inc. 7.1 MBPS

The State of Broadband in Oregon, 2020

Written by the BroadbandNow team. Last updated 9/1/2020.

Oregon hovers in the middle ground in terms of internet connectivity as the 34th most well-connected state nationwide. Residents living on the west coast of Oregon experience the highest internet accessibility percentages in the state. Some counties have high coverage, while others do not have any coverage at all. This is at least partly due to the fact that some areas are very sparsely populated. On average, Oregonians experience download speeds of 122.5 Mbps, which is faster than the averages of a number of higher-ranking states.

The Digital Divide in Oregon

Access to the latest telecommunications technology is rarely distributed equally amongst populations, due to factors such as geography, infrastructure, and funding, thus creating a ‘digital divide’. In Oregon, the divide is quite deep since many residents are still without access to low-priced, high-speed internet services.

Currently, there are 241 internet providers in Oregon, and 92% of the population has access to a wired broadband connection with speeds of 25 Mbps or faster. Still, about 94,000 Oregonians don’t have access to any wired internet options. A wired internet connection capable of 25 Mbps speeds is not available to 301,000 people in Oregon, and another 407,000 residents only have access to one internet provider.

According to recent affordability data, Oregon lags behind many other states, with only 24.5% of its residents having access to a low-priced ($60/month or under) internet plan.

Best-Connected Cities

When weighing factors such as price, coverage, and speed, the cities with the best internet in Oregon are Adams, Adel, Adrian, Agness, and Albany, with the best listed first.

Worst-Connected Cities

On the other hand, the cities that offer the worst internet access in Oregon are Wolf Creek, Woodburn, Yachats, Yamhill, and Yoncalla, with the worst listed last.

Governmental Initiatives

The Oregon Broadband Mapping Project has been granted over $5.6 million from the federal government since 2010 to address the statewide digital divide. In 2014 a survey was completed to collect data on rates such as internet usage, broadband adoption, service availability, and user satisfaction.

Oregon’s broadband infrastructure initiatives have also been awarded another $20.5 million in federal grants to fuel local broadband expansion, some of which have been specially geared toward certain regions within the state.

The information above is taken from a mix of public and private datasets. More about our data here.

Sources: Data collected via the FCC, NTIA, and other sources. For a full list of data sources please visit our data page.

Top Oregon Cities

Average speed over time
Albany 96.5% 15 providers
Beaverton 99.6% 23 providers
Bend 96.2% 21 providers
Corvallis 97.0% 16 providers
Eugene 95.1% 19 providers
Grants Pass 92.5% 16 providers
Gresham 99.3% 18 providers
Hillsboro 97.6% 20 providers
Klamath Falls 95.6% 12 providers
Lake Oswego 98.7% 17 providers
Mcminnville 89.9% 16 providers
Medford 99.4% 17 providers
Oregon City 99.6% 18 providers
Portland 98.8% 36 providers
Roseburg 99.3% 15 providers
Salem 96.5% 22 providers
Springfield 95.9% 19 providers

Oregon Cities and Towns

Average speed over time
Amity 80.1% 15 providers
Ashland 92.3% 14 providers
Astoria 77.5% 10 providers
Aumsville 92.5% 15 providers
Aurora 91.7% 16 providers
Baker City 88.0% 13 providers
Bandon 90.4% 12 providers
Banks 70.3% 13 providers
Beavercreek 98.5% 12 providers
Boardman 70.5% 13 providers
Boring 92.6% 15 providers
Brookings 97.4% 13 providers
Burns 22.1% 12 providers
Canby 95.7% 12 providers
Cave Junction 0.0% 12 providers
Central Point 95.8% 16 providers
Clackamas 99.7% 18 providers
Clatskanie 41.5% 12 providers
Coos Bay 95.2% 14 providers
Coquille 77.9% 11 providers
Cornelius 92.0% 15 providers
Cottage Grove 88.4% 14 providers
Creswell 78.8% 13 providers
Dallas 93.7% 14 providers
Damascus 97.7% 15 providers
Dayton 69.4% 15 providers
Dundee 93.1% 14 providers
Eagle Point 70.6% 13 providers
Estacada 68.4% 10 providers
Fairview 96.0% 13 providers
Florence 96.6% 13 providers
Forest Grove 94.3% 16 providers
Gaston 57.0% 16 providers
Gervais 86.9% 15 providers
Gladstone 99.9% 11 providers
Gold Beach 91.6% 10 providers
Gold Hill 73.6% 13 providers
Happy Valley 99.9% 16 providers
Harrisburg 74.5% 13 providers
Hermiston 95.4% 13 providers
Hood River 98.7% 16 providers
Hubbard 89.9% 15 providers
Independence 92.8% 12 providers
Irrigon 97.1% 12 providers
Jacksonville 84.0% 15 providers
Jefferson 86.2% 13 providers
Junction City 76.5% 14 providers
La Grande 92.7% 12 providers
La Pine 85.2% 13 providers
Lakeview 67.9% 13 providers
Lebanon 83.1% 10 providers
Lincoln City 97.2% 10 providers
Madras 79.5% 18 providers
Milton Freewater 84.9% 13 providers
Molalla 98.8% 12 providers
Monmouth 89.6% 13 providers
Mount Angel 92.6% 13 providers
Myrtle Creek 90.0% 12 providers
Myrtle Point 62.8% 10 providers
Newberg 89.3% 19 providers
Newport 99.5% 11 providers
North Bend 99.1% 18 providers
North Plains 87.3% 12 providers
Nyssa 68.2% 13 providers
Oakland 82.7% 11 providers
Oakridge 51.4% 10 providers
Ontario 71.6% 14 providers
Pendleton 95.4% 12 providers
Philomath 95.3% 11 providers
Phoenix 99.9% 13 providers
Prineville 80.5% 17 providers
Rainier 85.3% 10 providers
Redmond 97.3% 19 providers
Reedsport 90.0% 13 providers
Rogue River 84.0% 14 providers
Saint Helens 95.8% 13 providers
Sandy 91.3% 15 providers
Scappoose 85.6% 10 providers
Scio 85.7% 13 providers
Seaside 88.6% 10 providers
Sheridan 51.4% 11 providers
Sherwood 95.0% 16 providers
Silverton 75.9% 13 providers
Sisters 94.8% 14 providers
Stayton 88.0% 13 providers
Sutherlin 100.0% 12 providers
Sweet Home 85.9% 10 providers
Talent 95.8% 14 providers
Terrebonne 83.3% 15 providers
The Dalles 94.8% 14 providers
Tillamook 94.1% 11 providers
Toledo 95.3% 11 providers
Troutdale 98.0% 14 providers
Tualatin 99.9% 17 providers
Turner 80.7% 13 providers
Umatilla 82.7% 13 providers
Vale 49.6% 14 providers
Veneta 86.9% 13 providers
Waldport 95.8% 10 providers
Warm Springs 0.0% 12 providers
Warrenton 99.7% 10 providers
West Linn 99.9% 16 providers
White City 86.5% 13 providers
Wilsonville 90.2% 18 providers
Winston 92.5% 13 providers
Woodburn 92.9% 19 providers
Last Updated on 9/1/2020.