NYS Broadband Survey

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New York State is soliciting input on a Broadband Mapping Consumer Survey to “identify the availability, reliability and cost of high-speed broadband services across the state.” By taking the survey – which includes a speed test component and questions about internet cost – you can ensure that the Public Service Commission makes recommendations on needed improvements based on good information.

The goal of our Broadband-for-All project is 100 @ 100: 100% of the households and businesses in the North Country having access to at least 100 Mbps download speed. You can take the simple speed test below while connected to your home of business internet to measure your download and upload speeds, and take a short survey to let the Public Service Commission know how vital broadband is to the North Country.

Test your internet speed and take the NYS Broadband Survey here

or:

Take the NYS Broadband Survey without the accompanying speed test
(recommended if you are using your cell phone or are not at your home or work)

 

 

Learn more about our Broadband-for-All project.

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