MoBroadbandNow publishes maps based on information provided by over 100 participating Internet Service Providers (ISPs) under non-disclosure agreements. Variation in maps between publishing cycles in a result of the data MoBroadbandNow receives.
Missouri Interactive Broadband Map
You can now use your address to search for Missouri broadband availability. Using this site you will be able to identify the name of any provider in your area. You will also get information about the type of broadband connectivity that is available along with the upload and download speeds.
The information has been compiled from about 100 providers in Missouri through a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). Missouri information is submitted to the NTIA twice per year for inclusion in the interactive National Broadband Map.
National Broadband Map
On February 17, 2011, the NTIA released an interactive National Broadband Map.
The National Broadband Map is a tool to search, analyze and map broadband availability across the United States. It is created and maintained by the NTIA, in collaboration with the FCC, and in partnership with 50 states, five territories and the District of Columbia.
MoBroadbandNow Statewide Maps
MoBroadbandNow has regularly developed statewide broadband service maps since 2010. The first map was published in June 2010, a second was published in October 2010 a third in April 2011, a fourth in October 2011 and a fifth in April 2012 using the latest input from broadband providers in Missouri. As of the April 2012 map, MoBroadbandNow has officially received input from over 100 broadband providers from across Missouri. See below for the most current versions.
Statewide Service Map Dec 31, 2012 Statewide Service Overview Map Dec 31, 2012
Statewide Free/Reduced Lunch 2011 Statewide Speed Map Dec 31, 2012