Need high speed internet service? The FCC wants to know.

Updated December 05, 2022

In an effort to accurately map broadband internet service across the country, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is asking for your help.

The FCC’s new National Broadband Map shows internet availability data nationwide and is accepting input from consumers to improve the map's accuracy.

Search for your home or small business on the map.  If the reported service or speed is not available for purchase, you can submit a correction to the FCC.  An accurate map will help identify the unserved and underserved communities for high-speed internet infrastructure investments.

On the map, you can also check and compare mobile coverage in your area. The FCC Speed Test App can be used to test and challenge the mobile coverage reported by providers. The FCC Speed Test App is available in the Google Play Store for Android devices, and in the Apple App Store for iOS devices.

The FCC also provides help for those who cannot afford broadband service through the Affordable Connectivity Program that helps ensure that all households have the high speed connectivity they need for work, school, and healthcare.

Get more information about the National Broadband Map here.

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