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What AT&T Internet Can Do for Your South Carolina Home

If you’ve never tried roasted oysters, shrimp and grits, boiled peanuts, or mustard in your barbeque sauce, then bless your heart, you haven’t lived in South Carolina. Factor in ice cold sweet tea, freshly caught blue crabs, and all the hot sauce money can buy, and you’ll never want to leave (just steer clear of Smoking Ed's Carolina Reaper sauce, it’s the hottest in the world).

One word: football. Everyone who’s anyone knows about the The Battle of the Palmetto Stake—aka the rivalry between Clemson and South Carolina. When you can’t make it to the big game, use AT&T Internet to keep track of the score when the Tigers and Gamecocks face off (and pray that your team wins).

When it comes to natural beauty, South Carolina is the belle of the ball. Take a stroll in the shade under hundreds of trees draped with Spanish moss, or better yet, set up your hammock for an afternoon snooze. Spend a day lounging on the sand at Myrtle Beach, kayaking through the low-country marshes (and spot a gator or two), or camping under the stars at Hunting Island State Park. Lakes, oceans, mountains, saltwater lagoons, forest canopies over Congaree National Park—you’ll find it all in the Palmetto state.

And if you’re bored, spend a weekend in Charleston. You’ll fall in love with the colorful architecture, cobblestone streets, and Southern charm. And don’t even get us started on the food. We'll let you discover that for yourself.

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South Carolina Ranks #7 for Quality of Digital Life

All Home Connections’ Quality of Digital Life Report shows that South Carolina ranks seventh in the nation. The Palmetto State ranked twelfth in the nation in average internet speed (39.3Mbps), which exceeded the national average of 36Mbps.

What Makes South Carolina a Top-Ten State in Digital Life?

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Percentage of income spent on the internet

11%

National Average:

10%

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Internet Speed

39.3Mbps

National Average:

36Mbps

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Percentage of households with broadband coverage

85.3%

National Average:

86%

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Percentage of children in a household with a computing device

81%

National Average:

83%

Methodology

To determine which states rank highest for quality of digital life, All Home Connections’ data team analyzed four key metrics:

  • Internet affordability (25%). This factor measured the average cost of the internet vs. average personal income in each state.
  • Internet quality (25%). This data point analyzed the average internet speed in each state.
  • Electronic infrastructure (25%). For this metric, we analyzed the percentage of broadband coverage by state.
  • Accessibility to computers and tablets (25%). For the final data point, we determined the percentage of children in a household with a desktop, laptop, or tablet as of 2019.

The data for each category came from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. Census, Internet World Statistics, and the National Center for Education Statistics.