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Broadband Availability Alaska

This map shows broadband availability in the United States. Availability is defined as at least 3 mbps download and 768 kbps upload speeds. Because of concerns with the accuracy of the data for mobile wireless broadband, this map shows only wireline technology availability. It also shows unpopulated areas. Under Available means that some, but ...

Net USF Received Per Voice Line

This map represents the net flow per voice line of Universal Service Funds in the year 2010 by State. This data is publicly available data found on the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) page, in the Universal Service Fund Monitoring Report 2010, Tables 1.12 and 1.17.

Total Per Line USF High-Cost Distributions in Rate-of-Return Study Areas

This map was developed by the FCC to show Total Universal Service Fund High-Cost Distributions per line in Rate-of-Return study areas. Data derived from USAC 2010 disbursement data available at http://www.fcc.gov/document/universal-service-high-cost-program-disbursements Study area boundaries are derived from Tele Atlas Telecommunications Suite 2010.06

Total High-Cost Distributions in Rate-of-Return Study Areas

This map was developed by the FCC to show Total Universal Service Fund High-Cost Distributions in Rate-of-Return Study Areas. Data derived from USAC 2010 disbursement data available at http://www.fcc.gov/document/universal-service-high-cost-program-disbursements Study area boundaries are derived from Tele Atlas Telecommunications Suite 2010.06

Regulatory Type at the Holding Company Level by Study Area

This map shows whether the incumbent carrier is classified as Price Cap or Rate of Return for each study area. For the purposes of this map, Price Cap study areas include Rate-of-Return-to-Price-Cap-Conversion areas and Rate-of-Return study areas that are affiliated with a Price Cap company. Source: Study area boundaries are derived from Tele Atlas Telecommunications ...

Connect to Compete Home Broadband Coverage Map

Connect to Compete is a national private and nonprofit sector partnership created to increase broadband adoption and digital literacy training in disadvantaged communities throughout the United States. The initiative is designed to help residents improve outcomes in education, health, and employment through broadband opportunities and technology solutions. This map was created by selecting participating Internet ...

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