Many of our communities in Alaska have insufficient internet speeds.
The FCC needs to identify which communities are unserved or underserved and we can all do our part to help bridge the digital divide in Alaska by taking the FCC Speed Test!
The FCC Speed Test will help gather accurate broadband mapping data to better determine where high speed internet services are currently unavailable. More accurate broadband maps will help to identify where funding is needed to improve broadband services in communities.
From there, you can choose to download the FCC Speed Test App from the Apple App Store (for iPhones) or Google Play Store (for Android devices). Once you’ve downloaded the app, it’s as simple as selecting the “Start Testing” button once the app is open.
Note: The FCC Speed Test is currently not available to take from a home desktop or laptop computer.
The sooner Alaskans report their speeds or lack of connectivity, the better so take the FCC Speed Test and help Alaska! ... See MoreSee Less
Crystal Collier, Seldovia Village Tribe President and CEO met with the Commissioner of Alaska’s Department of Transportation to discuss the importance of infrastructure in the Seldovia area, including the Seldovia Village and the City of Seldovia.
She was joined by the City Manager - Rachel Friedlander, and Chamber President Laurel Hilts (SVT’s Marketing Director), plus other members of the Commissioner’s staff. ... See MoreSee Less