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Access to high-speed Internet, also called broadband, helps individuals quickly find products, services, and resources that can assist you on a daily basis. However, some of Indiana’s citizens do not have access to broadband. We, at the state, are working to improve this situation.
How can you help?
We need your help to accurately identify where broadband coverage exists, and to determine its level of performance. In order to do this, we would like you to answer a few questions. We will test your connection speed while you provide answers.
We will collect this data and provide it in map format to others to determine how and where to improve broadband coverage across the state.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration defines broadband as the data transmission technology that provides two-way data transmission to and from the Internet with advertised speeds of at least 768 kilobits per second (kbps) downstream and at least 200 kbps upstream to end users, or providing sufficient capacity in a middle mile project to support the provision of broadband service to end users within the project area.
Broadband Availability Map
Note: By definition, the National Telecommunication and Information Administration considers a census block to have broadband service available if any part of it has service available.