Percent of people with high school degree < 1.5 mbps> 1.5 mbps < 25 mbps> 25 mbps < 75% 75% to 83% > 83%
Maximum Advertised Speed AvailableThis map displays broadband availability by maximum advertised speed tier. The default view shows advertised download speeds of ≥ 3 Mbps.
Type of Technology AvailableThis map displays broadband technologies offered to end users (e.g. DSL, cable, wireless, fiber, etc.).
Number of Broadband ProvidersThis map displays the number of different broadband providers offering service across the country, as well as the areas unserved by any provider.
Broadband Provider Service AreaThis tool will display the service area of a specific broadband provider, as well as the maximum advertised speeds and type of technologies deployed, based on the available data.
Broadband Availability Across Demographic Characteristics This map displays availability of higher broadband speeds across demographic characteristics (density, age, income or education).
Consumer Broadband Test vs Advertised or TypicalThis map displays the results of the FCC's Consumer Broadband Test and allows comparison against advertised speeds or reported typical speeds.
Community Anchor InstitutionsA searchable map that will display the 25 closest Community Anchor Institutions to the search address entered.
NBM User FeedbackThis map displays crowdsourced feedback generated by users of the NBM. It updates with each response users provide on the search page.
The National Broadband Map is a tool to search, analyze and map broadband availability across the United States.
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