Mapping broadband service helps customers know where broadband is available, and it helps grant applicants identify potentially unserved areas. ConnectMaine continues to work with providers to collect accurate data at finer scales. Toward this effort, ConnectMaine lists unserved areas by street addresses in excel spreadsheets. ConnectMaine makes no warranty for use of this information for purposes other than those communicated herein.
Get Up To Speed
The inaccuracy of data is in part due to the way information is reported to ConnectMaine. To address this, we are asking Mainers to take a speed test through a project of the Maine Broadband Coalition. Submitting this information allows ConnectMaine to improve our understanding of the broadband service in Maine. Thank you for taking a speed test.
While this map is the best information on broadband availability in Maine, ConnectMaine knows the information doesn’t represent the actual services that are available to individual customers. This map is intended to provide a starting point for customers to identify what broadband service might be available in their communities: https://maps.sewall.com/connectme/public/
Accurate data is one of the key elements to effective expansion of broadband. To that end we have compiled the best information that we have in a series of spreadsheets. These Unserved Reports are used by ConnectMaine as a starting point for determining unserved areas for grant eligibility. If you have questions, please contact ConnectMaine staff.