Internet coverage in rural areas of the United States has predominantly been provided by telecommunication companies utilizing either Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or Satellite. Companies utilizing DSL solutions include CenturyLink and AT&T, and companies utilizing satellite solutions include Hughes.net and Viasat Internet. These companies provide coverage over most of the states in United States. DSL is available throughout the country and has relied on copper telephone lines to support the underlying internet infrastructure.
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