The National Broadband Map is the FCC’s comprehensive map showing where internet service is and is not available throughout the country. It is a critical tool for guiding how the Federal government will spend $42.45 billion to expand high-speed internet access nationwide.

Advocates and representatives would like you to look up your address to check if the map accurately portrays internet service availability and speed in your area. If you find any discrepancies or inaccuracies, submit a formal challenge.