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Many residents and businesses in rural areas of the state do not have access to Broadband,
which is not only essential for commerce, but critical for information sharing, especially
during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
While the federal and state governments have resources to help rural areas of the
state invest in broadband infrastructure, many people and businesses remain without
high-speed broadband access.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides an interactive map of all U.S. counties showing the speed and number of
residential broadband providers. You can access the map on the FCC National Broadband Map website.
You can find more information about broadband access in Arkansas counties on the Rural Profile of Arkansas website.
The National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) provides up-to-date information on Internet Service Providers that provide discounted
or free (for a limited time) internet services. Visit the National Digital Inclusion Alliance website to determine if residents in your area may qualify for discounted or free service.
The American Connection Project (ACP) provides information on free Wi-Fi resources through their interactive map.
Visit the following websites to learn more about federal resources available:
To learn more about the Arkansas State Broadband Plan providing assistance to rural communities wanting to develop their broadband infrastructure,
visit the Arkansas State Broadband Office (ARConnect) website.
The four part video series, “If You’re Not on the Internet, You Don’t Exist: Developing
Broadband Infrastructure for Your Area,” was originally recorded at the 2017 Breakthrough
Solutions Conference in Little Rock.
Listen to industry experts discuss strategies for bringing broadband to local communities
and state and federal funding options.
Understanding Broadband Speed Tests
Local Government Program
Rural Profile of Arkansas