Live in Georgia? CenturyLink Internet is Here for You

No matter what part of Georgia you call home, you need high-speed internet that makes getting online easier than ever. Choose CenturyLink to access fast broadband internet with speeds up to Mbps and beyond. You can also use CenturyLink to sign up for DIRECTV packages that make watching your favorite sport easy, whether you prefer cheering on the Falcons in football or the Hawks in basketball.

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View Our CenturyLink Service Map for Georgia

From the beautiful Georgia coast to the Atlanta suburbs, it’s easy to find out if you can access CenturyLink services. Simply view the CenturyLink availability map and the list of Georgia cities with CenturyLink to learn more.

Georgia Coverage Map

CenturyLink is Available in These Georgia Cities

Allenhurst, GA

Max Speed: 40+ Mbps

Available in 92.8% of your area

Fort Stewart, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 99.97% of your area

Hinesville, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.28% of your area

Ludowici, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 78.65% of your area

Midway, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.38% of your area

Richmond Hill, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.83% of your area

Savannah, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 100% of your area

Hinesville, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 96.28% of your area

Midway, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.38% of your area

Richmond Hill, GA

Max Speed: <40 Mbps

Available in 98.83% of your area

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The Most Future-Focused Cities in Georgia

Georgia, a leader when it comes to forward-thinking, sustainable states, has provided greater internet access to its residents, along with different modes of public transportation. In addition, the state makes widespread use of solar energy.

What Makes a City Ready for the Future?

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Connectivity

A city’s connectivity score measures the percent of its population that have access to some form of high-speed internet, as well as at least one computing device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, etc.).

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Transportation

The more public transportation options a city offers, the more the city combats greenhouse gas emissions as a result of traffic.

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Green Infrastructure

Green infrastructure draws on sustainable technology to ensure a more economical, environmental-friendly future. Solar installations, or solar panels, use energy from the sun to generate electricity. Electric charging stations charge electric cars, which mitigate the need for car owners to drive only gas-fueled vehicles.

The Greenest and Most Connected Cities in your State

The Greenest and Most Connected Georgia Cities

  • #1 Atlanta

    Atlanta has the highest number of electric charging stations on our list of Georgia cities: 145.88 per 100,000 residents. 88.40% of Atlanta’s population has access to a connected device, and 78.09% of its population is connected to a broadband connection.

  • #2 Augusta

    Augusta has high numbers across the board. 84.71% of its population use at least one computing device and 72.31% of its population have access to a broadband connection. Plus, the city has 78.14 solar installations per 100,000 residents and 18.47 electric charging stations per 100,000 residents.

  • #3 Columbus

    Of all the cities on our list, Columbus has the highest number of solar installations: 292.08 per 100,000 residents. Also, Columbus offers three types of public transit.

  • #4 Macon

    With 113.77 solar installations per 100,000 residents littered throughout the city, Macon has one of the most impressive green infrastructures of any city in Georgia. To add to that, Macon also has 22.41 electric charging stations per 100,000 residents.

  • #5 Savannah

    Over 87% (87.50%) of Savannah’s population have access to a computing device. Plus, nearly 80% (77.92%) have access to a broadband connection.

  • #6 Athens

    90.15% of Athens’ population has access to at least one computing device. And for those with connected cars, finding an electric charging station shouldn’t be difficult: the city has 34.26 per 100,000 residents.

  • #7 Sandy Springs

    Sandy Springs is one of few cities on our list with over 90% of its population connected to both computing devices (95.67%) and a broadband connection (90.33%).

  • #8 South Fulton

    93.55% of South Fulton’s population has access to at least one computing device—which is incredibly high. 83.78% of its population also has access to broadband connection, which is also impressive, especially compared to other cities in Georgia.

  • #9 Roswell

    Roswell has a boastworthy number of solar installations in its city: 162.65 per 100,000 residents. Also, 96.20% of its population is connected to a computing device. 90.94% of its population has access to a broadband connection.

  • #10 Johns Creek

    Johns Creek may be at the bottom of the top ten, but 98.29% of its population have access to a computing device—which is more than any other city on our list. The city also boasts the highest percentage of its population with access to a broadband connection: 95.47%.

Methodology

We weighed three factors to evaluate which Georgia cities are committed to making its cities better connected and more efficient: connectivity, transportation, and green infrastructure.

Connectivity (50%):

Percent of households with at least one computing device (e.g., laptop, smartphone, etc.) and percent of households with access to broadband internet.

Transportation (25%):

Access to different modes of public transportation including buses, trains, public bikes, and electric scooters.

Green Infrastructure (25%):

Number of electric car charging stations and solar installations per 100,000 residents.

Georgia Ranked the 5th Safest State For Kids Online

Several cyberbullying and sexting laws are only part of the reason Georgia is number five on our list of safest states for kids online. Georgia assembled an internet safety task force, which provides resources for parents on how to help their children stay safe online.

What Makes Georgia Safe For Kids Online?

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Cyberbullying and Sexting Laws

With ten cybercrime laws on the books, including criminal and school sanctions, Georgia proves that it's tough on cyber crime—including online harassment.

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Internet Crimes Against Children

Per every 100,000 kids under twenty-years-old, only one child statistically becomes a victim of internet crimes against children in Georgia.

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Malware

Roughly two kids per every 100,000 children falls victim to malware in Georgia.


Methodology

Internet Service Providers analyzed four data points to determine how safe a state is for kids online: internet crimes against children (40%), internet crime victims (25%), cyberbullying and sexting laws (25%), and malware crime victims (10%).

We used the Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center to obtain information by state on internet crimes against children, internet crimes victims, and malware crime victims.

We used United States Census Data to compare the above to each state’s population under twenty-years-old.

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