New York City has a reputation for having a bad internet connection, but this is largely due to the fact that it has a population that is so overwhelmingly white that the city is also home to a large number of African Americans.
This is the case in many countries around the world, but it is not the case with the United States.
In the U.S., the average broadband connection speed is 4Mbps (per second), according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
The average internet connection speed in the U!s.
is only slightly above the U., but that gap has narrowed in recent years.
But as we noted last year, that doesn’t mean that there are not still places where internet service is not available.
The New York Times recently reported that the average speed in New York is not nearly as fast as it was a year ago.
As a result, there are still many areas where people are unable to access the internet, including some areas that are considered “unserved” by the FCC.
The biggest problem, according to Pew, is in rural areas.
Rural areas tend to have poor internet connections, and that’s partly why rural areas have been among the hardest hit by the recent drop in internet speeds.
In addition to poor internet speeds, the Times also found that the most frequent reasons people in rural communities have not been able to connect with the internet are “low-speed” (less than 100Kbps) or “slow” (more than 200Kbps).
The Times reported that there were roughly 1.3 million rural internet subscribers in the United Kingdom and 1.4 million in Germany, which accounts for about 1 percent of the population.
In terms of speed, New York has a few areas that offer better service than the rest of the country.
But the average connection speed across the U.?s major cities is still far behind the rest, according the report.
In fact, the average internet speed in rural New York was nearly 20Mbps in 2016.
However, even though the average is not as good as the rest and there are many areas in New Jersey and New York State where the average connections are less than 100Mbps, that still doesn?t mean that people in the area are unable, and still can access the web.
Some cities are also experiencing problems with wireless internet speeds in certain areas.
The FCC has also been working to address these problems, and in 2018 the agency announced that it was extending the Lifeline Broadband Assistance program.
Lifeline is a program that allows low-income Americans who are facing some sort of financial hardship to receive up to $5,000 per month in cash assistance for their internet needs.
This means that, unlike other internet assistance programs, Lifeline will continue to be available for residents who are currently living in poverty, have a child living in their household, or who are not in a position to pay the rent.
But even though Lifeline has been extended, the FCC has still not approved Lifeline broadband access in all of New York.
The agency has not said whether it will approve Lifeline in the New York metro area, or if it will even be expanded to New York in the future.
If you live in the metro area and you need internet, the Federal Communications Commission should be able to help you.
In 2018, the agency will be working with municipalities to provide a plan for extending Lifeline access to all New Yorkers.
This could include extending the program to include some of the most underserved areas, such as New York’s Central Park, and the area around Times Square.
For more, read our previous coverage of the state of broadband in the country and the best ways to connect to the internet in the states.