Creating better economic & life opportunities by expanding access, adoption, & use of broadband.

Connected Nation Michigan, in partnership with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Michigan Public Service Commission, and Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget, is working to ensure that all Michiganders can experience the benefits of broadband. The resources provided here are intended to improve the access, adoption, and use of broadband and connected technologies across every Michigan community in improve quality of life.


Bringing Health Care Home:
Telehealth Trends in Rural Michigan

This 2021 study builds upon groundbreaking research Connected Nation Michigan released just before the pandemic in late February 2020.

Click "learn more" to explore the key findings, new insights, and clear guidance this new study provides on how we can approach telehealth needs in rural America.

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Emergency Broadband
Benefit Program

Click the below link to learn more about the internet discount program.

You can also locate which Michigan internet service providers are offering the discount by heading to our interactive map here and clicking on the "Emergency Broadband Benefit" option.

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Tens of billions have been spent by states trying to reduce the Digital Divide. Why isn’t it working?

Telecom monopolies are creating higher prices and preventing access for millions!

Read here: https://bit.ly/3a4AjfZ #ConnectedNation

The Divide: #ConnectedNation’s Heather Gate on maps, grants and the ‘future-proof’ fallacy.

Learn more about how Connected Nation is helping states gain funding for broadband! https://bit.ly/3a7V0aA #ConnectedNation

The Divide: #ConnectedNation's @hgate2 on maps, grants and the 'future-proof' fallacy.

They discuss Broadband mapping and state’s use of them, as well as infrastructure law and how #ConnectedNation does it all!

Listen here https://bit.ly/3OAyjuD or https://apple.co/3AdzP1F

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