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KDOC Seeks Help Identifying Slow Internet Spots


TOPEKA, Kan. (KNS) – The Kansas Department of Commerce is asking residents to help identify where internet speed improvements are most needed. Feedback from the survey will help the agency decide how to allocate funding for broadband development.

The state government created an internet speed test to collect information about home internet connections. The Kansas Office of Broadband Development says households are also being asked to fill out a digital equity survey to help determine where broadband is strong and where it is not available at all. The internet speed test is available at broadband KS dot com.

If you do not have internet access at your home or business, state officials ask that you contact the Kansas broadband development office directly by phone at (785) 296-3481.