Texas Maps


Creating accurate broadband maps is one of the first steps to promoting access, adoption, and use of broadband across the state. The Connected Nation Texas mapping initiative is working closely with broadband providers across the state to develop a variety of broadband inventory maps.

These maps highlight where broadband is and is not available in the state by various speeds and technologies. Connected Nation Texas will continue to update and refine these maps as more data is gathered from consumers like you, to most accurately reflect the current broadband landscape.

The broadband maps and statistics were initially published in January 2020 and were updated on July 31 following public feedback, field validation, and provider input.

These updated maps (linked below) now include additional input from residents, businesses, and communities, as well as new, more granular data from internet service providers (ISPs). Texans are encouraged to submit feedback on the accuracy of the maps: https://connectednation.org/texas/feedback.

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Areas Eligible for FCC Rural Broadband Network Experiments
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FCC Mobility Fund Analysis
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Broadband Service Inventory (Advertised Speeds of at Least 3 Mbps Downstream and 768 Kbps Upstream)
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Broadband Service Inventory (Speeds at Least 10 Mbps Downstream and 1 Mbps Upstream)
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Density of Households Unserved by a Broadband Provider
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Maximum Advertised Download Speed
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Density of Providers
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Broadband Growth
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Multiple/Single Platform
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Underserved Areas
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Underserved Areas with Mobile
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Average Download Speed
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Broadband Service Inventory (Speeds at Least 10 Mbps Downstream and 1 Mbps Upstream)
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Broadband Service Inventory by Congressional District at 10 Mbps Download/1.5 Mbps Upload
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View Availability Statistic Maps and Tables