opinion

National Broadband Map

Stewart Tongue

If you have ever wondered who has what level of broadband access, or wanted to look into new places to live but didn't want to do all the legwork to see whether or not bandwidth was available - you are not alone.

Thankfully the US government is now tracking the roll-out of broadband across all 50 states and reporting which areas have what level of connectivity available for local residents.

Take a look at the official National Broadband Map government website to learn more.

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