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A portal for information about broadband in Georgia.
Identify broadband access and tools that you can use to investigate what is available and coming to your community.
Review resources and apply for grants.
Understand how broadband connectivity can benefit you.
An internet speed test launched to equip school leaders with the clearest possible picture of connectivity for Georgia students and teachers.
Any political subdivision in Georgia pursuing improved broadband access is eligible for the Broadband Ready Community Certification.
January 4, 2023
Governor Kemp today announced over $234 million in 29 preliminary grant awards for broadband internet expansion through the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program.
August 12, 2022
Today, Governor Kemp announced the investment of $240 million to support the continued expansion of high-speed internet services to Georgians.
June 28, 2022
Ocmulgee EMC announced plans today to transform life for its members by partnering with Conexon Connect to provide access to reliable, affordable, high-speed fiber broadband service.
February 3, 2022
Governor Kemp today applauded the news of Jackson EMC and TruVista announcing an agreement to deliver fiber broadband to 8,000 homes and business in three counties in Jackson EMC's service area: Jackson, Banks, and Madison.
February 1, 2022
Governor Kemp, joined by members of the Broadband Infrastructure Committee and state leaders, today announced almost $408 million in preliminary awards which will provide communities, households, and businesses in 70 Georgia counties access to faster and more reliable broadband.