Am I guaranteed to get internet service that is that fast?

No. Your address is considered "served" if available speeds are 100 Mbps down and 25 Mbps up. In that case, your service will likely remain the same unless other improvements affect your network.  Residents can check access at their address on the main page of the Broadband Portal.

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1. Why is this important?
2. How can I help?
3. What qualifies as high-speed internet?
4. What does Mbps mean?
5. Does connection speed matter?
6. What are the expected speeds of a fiber network?
7. Am I guaranteed to get internet service that is that fast?
8. Who is going to get faster service?
9. Doesn’t this create a gap in services?
10. Are there other forms of broadband service?
11. Are any projects underway?
12. I represent an ISP, who should I contact?
13. Who’s working on this?