The need for accurate data pinpointing where broadband service is available, and where it is not available, has never been greater. The new National Broadband Map provides information about the internet services available to individual locations across the country, along with new maps of mobile coverage, as reported by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the FCC’s ongoing Broadband Data Collection.
Consumers, state, local and Tribal government entities, and other stakeholders can help verify the accuracy of the data shown on the map by filing challenges. An accurate map will help identify the unserved and underserved communities most in need of funding for high-speed internet infrastructure investments.
Check the National Broadband Map to see what services are available in your area.
January 25, 2023 - Public Notice
Best Practices for Broadband Fabric Challenges Announced
December 27, 2022 - Public Notice
Broadband Data Collection Window Opens January 3, 2023
December 19, 2022 - Public Notice
Form 477 Requirements Partially Sunset
December 15, 2022 - Public Notice
Tutorials on Responding to Fixed Availability Challenges Released
How to File Location and Availability Challenges to FCC’s Broadband Map Using Your Computer