Eleven counties in central Iowa, in coordination with the Greater Des Moines Partnership, are conducting a broadband study to bring the region's broadband gaps into focus.
The primary focus of the first phase of the study is the Central Iowa Broadband Internet Survey. The online survey measures consumer satisfaction, identifies gaps in access, adoption, and affordability, and asks participants to take a speed test to measure delivered speeds. Historical speed test data is also being gathered to compare what consumers are experiencing to advertised speeds.
The survey is open through the end of April.
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