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Oklahoma Broadband Map

The Oklahoma Broadband Map enables the Broadband Office to maximize the efficient use of grant funding for high-speed internet service buildout by detailing current service availability and the location of approved expansion projects.

This Oklahoma-specific map empowers users to:

  • Search addresses
  • View unserved/underserved/served locations
  • Distinguish between different technologies in use
  • See reported internet internet speeds by location
  • Take a speed test

This map is unique because it outlines service availability within congressional districts, state legislative districts, and counties.

Data from this map is not used to determine grant funding. Instead, state law and federal regulations require the FCC National Broadband Map be used in funding decisions.

Future versions will provide additional features.

View this brief tutorial video on using the map.

OBO Programs Map

The office received more than 300 proposals from Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with a cost 14 times higher than available program funding of $374 million.

On January 25, the Oklahoma Broadband Governing Board approved 142 projects spanning 57 counties. Awardees include 31 companies.

View the projects below.  

Last Modified on Apr 24, 2024
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