You Can Finally Spot Internet Coverage Gaps on FCC's Broadband Maps [telecom]

The maps are designed to call attention to areas without high-speed internet or mobile 5G service.

By David Lumb

Don't know if your area has broadband internet or 5G yet? On Friday, the Federal Communications Commission released new broadband maps showing where high-speed internet access and mobile 5G service are available across the US.

The FCC's prior coverage maps have been inaccurate, showing that Americans should have been able to get online with higher speeds when they weren't actually covered by internet service providers. Or if they were, they were getting far below the 25Mbps download speed threshold that the FCC established for broadband internet. With these new maps, Americans can see internet speeds they can get at any street address in the country.

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