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Connect America Fund Phase II - Accepted Areas Map

This map identifies the areas where some of the nation's largest phone companies, also known as price cap carriers, accepted Phase II support from the FCC’s Connect America Fund to provide broadband and voice service over the next six years. The offer of Connect America Phase II model-based support was targeted to price cap ...

100% Overlap Map

Wireline Competition Bureau map showing rate-of-return study areas that are 100 percent overlapped by unsubsidized competitors. For more information, see http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2015/db0806/DA-15-868A1.pdf.

FCC - Connect America Phase II – Final Eligible Areas Map

This map identifies the areas that have been determined to be eligible for support for broadband and voice service from Phase II of the FCC’s Connect America Fund. Specifically, the map identifies areas determined by a cost model as eligible for support and which are served by a class of larger carriers called price cap ...

Terrestrial Mobile Wireless Digital Coverage

Includes CDMA, GSM, and IDEN Networks. Source: Federal Communications Commission, Census, and ©Mosaik (July, 2014).

The percentages of population located in census blocks with zero, one, two, or three or more mobile wireless or mobile broadband providers represent network coverage, which does not necessarily mean that they offered service to residents in the census block. In ...

Terrestrial Mobile Broadband Network Coverage by Number of Providers (Census Block Level)

Includes EV-DO, EV-DO REV A, WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+, LTE, and WiMAX Netowrks. Source: Federal Communications Commission, Census, and ©Mosaik (July, 2014).

The percentages of population located in census blocks with zero, one, two, or three or more mobile wireless or mobile broadband providers represent network coverage, which does not necessarily mean that they offered service to residents in ...

Nationwide 4G Coverage

Includes LTE, HSPA+, and WiMAX networks. Source: Federal Communications Commission, Census, and ©Mosaik (July, 2014).

The percentages of population located in census blocks with zero, one, two, or three or more mobile wireless or mobile broadband providers represent network coverage, which does not necessarily mean that they offered service to residents in the census block. In ...

Terrestrial Wireless Coverage by Number of Providers (Census Block Level)

Source: Federal Communications Commission, Census, and ©Mosaik (July, 2014).

The percentages of population located in census blocks with zero, one, two, or three or more mobile wireless or mobile broadband providers represent network coverage, which does not necessarily mean that they offered service to residents in the census block. In addition, we emphasize that a provider ...

Alternative Connect America Cost Model (A-CAM) - Rate-of-Return Areas for Download

This map displays the rate-of-return study area boundaries and related geographic information the Wireline Competition Bureau plans to incorporate into the next version of the Alternative Connect America Cost Model (A-CAM). The map is based on the study area and boundary exchange data that were submitted to the Bureau and certified by rate-of-return carriers and ...

Connectivity and Health: Virginia (Phase 1)

Connectivity & Health: Virginia maps were created by the Connect2HealthFCC Task Force with the goal of providing an overview of broadband, connectivity, and health.

Mobile 10 Mbps/768 kbps Deployment Map (2015 Broadband Progress Report)

This map illustrates the Commission’s mobile deployment results described in the 2015 Broadband Progress Report; it relies on data from the National Broadband Map, as of December 31, 2013. It shows which areas of the United States have access to mobile services of at least 10 Mbps download and 768 kbps upload and which ...

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