Kansas City, Missouri Internet Providers & Internet Speed Data

Here are the Internet Providers, plans and pricing available in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Historical Missouri Internet Speeds Over Time

Speed test results show an average of 29.31 Mbps download and 16.71 Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices tested. Take a look at the charts below for an at-a-glance view of of speed test results by device.

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This is the historical Internet Speed for Missouri. You can break the data down by Desktop or Mobile and view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame

This is the historical Internet Speed for Missouri. You can break the data down by Desktop or Mobile and view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame
2017-06-01 34 Mbps 21 Mbps desktop
2017-07-01 35 Mbps 23 Mbps desktop
2017-08-01 28 Mbps 26 Mbps desktop
2017-09-01 33 Mbps 23 Mbps desktop
2017-10-01 32 Mbps 23 Mbps desktop
2017-11-01 30 Mbps 28 Mbps desktop
2017-12-01 29 Mbps 11 Mbps desktop
2018-01-04 34 Mbps 15 Mbps desktop
2018-02-01 37 Mbps 32 Mbps desktop
2018-03-02 42 Mbps 29 Mbps desktop
2018-04-01 48 Mbps 21 Mbps desktop
2018-05-01 42 Mbps 38 Mbps desktop
2018-06-01 1 Mbps 2 Mbps desktop

Nearby Missouri Internet Speeds by City

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Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Missouri. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.

Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Missouri. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.
St Louis 33 Mbps 15 Mbps
Kansas City 35 Mbps 24 Mbps
Columbia 24 Mbps 30 Mbps
Springfield 31 Mbps 19 Mbps
City of Saint Peters 15 Mbps 2 Mbps
Carthage 18 Mbps 28 Mbps
Ballwin 36 Mbps 6 Mbps
Independence 46 Mbps 37 Mbps
Bolivar 8 Mbps 1 Mbps
Nixa 29 Mbps 13 Mbps

Latest Internet Broadband News for Kansas City, Missouri

1 . Google Fiber Looks to the North and Southeast

As other ISPs — most notably AT&T and their GigaPower offering — continue to expand fiber-optic one gigabit service across the country, Google Fiber approaches things at a more deliberate pace. At this time, Kansas City, Austin, and Provo are the only cities where Fiber subscriptions are actually available. Recently, however, the technology giant announced […]

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2 . Fiber Optic Internet Options from Google, Verizon and AT&T

Fiber optic Internet service offers the ultimate in speed and bandwidth for the home user. Unfortunately, its availability tends to be limited; the high cost of installing fiber optic cable being a primary reason. Still, where it is available, it generally leads to healthy competition between the country’s top Internet providers. With that in mind, […]

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5 . San Francisco Considering Municipal Gigabit Service

As many municipalities wait to be chosen as a Google Fiber city or get AT&T’s GigaPower service, some are actually going into the ISP business themselves. We talked about Chattanooga’s public gigabit service a while back, and now a similar initiative is on the drawing board in San Francisco. Local governments increasingly feel fiber-optic Internet […]

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8 . Comcast Data Caps — Cause for Bandwidth Concern?

Recently, the word about Comcast planning the expansion of its monthly Internet data caps to other markets filled the technology news. As one of the nation’s leading providers of Internet service, Comcast’s data cap policy might be implemented by other ISPs. If you are someone who leverages your home Internet service to download or stream […]

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9 . Rural America Needs Faster Internet Speeds

With Google Fiber, AT&T GigaPower, and other gigabit services increasing their network footprint across the country, they tend to concentrate in urban areas where the majority of potential customers live. At the same time, the nation’s hinterlands struggle to get even basic Internet service based on the original definition of broadband, not the FCC’s new […]

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