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Only two cities in America have average Internet speeds north of 100 megabits per second (mbps), according to data from 2 million speed tests conducted by HighSpeedInternet.com:

Bayside, a neighborhood in Queens, tops the list at 100.8 mbps, while Longmont, Colorado, is not far behind with a speed of 100.5 mbps.

At the bottom end, residents in Sylva, NC, have a maximum speed of just 6.5 mbps.

On the state front, Maryland leads with speeds clocking in at 65.02 mbps, and Alaska — unsurprisingly — ranks lowest, with an average speed of 17.03 mbps.

[Via HighSpeedInternet.com]

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