Map Your Broadband Speed – NC Broadband Survey

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Over the recent months, the residents of North Carolina have become kingly aware of their internet speed and reliability. There is an opportunity to provide information about your internet connectivity or lack thereof. The North Carolina Broadband Office has developed a Survey (and promotional materials) which you can take to provide them with internet speed information at your location. There is even a way to take the survey to indicate you do not have internet access at your residence. The FCC is currently redoing broadband coverage maps. It is important for North Carolina residents to take the survey so there is better data when funding opportunities become available. Please participate in the survey so our data shows the need for funding here in North Carolina. Here is the link to the survey

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Kenneth Sherin, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKenneth SherinBroadband Access and Education Coordinator and County Extension Director Call Kenneth Email Kenneth N.C. Cooperative Extension, Randolph County Center
Updated on May 18, 2021
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