Rogers is the eighth largest city in Arkansas. Residents live in some of the most expensive homes in the state. It's both economically and ethnically diverse with blue- and white-collar residents who are well-educated and upper-middle class. More than 30% of residents are of Hispanic or Latino descent and over 17% of Rogers residents were born in another country. Rogers residents depend on their internet services to stay in contact with loved ones in their country of origin and pursue advanced degrees. Compared with just 57% of Arkansas, 100% of Rogers residents can connect to high-speed internet.
The sole cable internet provider in the area is Cox Communications. They reach 100% of homes with their service offerings. DSL users can choose between AT&T and CenturyLink. AT&T reaches 84% of homes south of Beaver Lake and CenturyLink reaches 6% of residents in that same area. AT&T is also introducing fiber optics to the area, currently offering this service to 13% of residents.
Commercial connection options in the area are the same as those provided to residential users.