The research of broadband access, adoption, and use is a vital component of the Connected Texas initiative. Here you will find information on the people, businesses and communities that are taking advantage-and more importantly, not yet taking advantage-of all that broadband has to offer.
We invite you to explore, examine and, most importantly, share these results.
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