Welcome to Connect Michigan's interactive map, My ConnectView.
Here you can explore Michigan's broadband coverage by technology type, speeds, unserved areas, etc.
Tell Us What You Think
We rely on citizen feedback to verify the accuracy of the maps. We strongly encourage everyone to send us questions or recommendations for coverage area changes; use the feedback button on the interactive map or e-mail email@example.com.
Are you a broadband provider who needs to update your coverage? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you with a school, library, public safety, medical, or government facility? Take a survey on your high-speed internet connection.
Learn how to navigate the map, change layers, search by address, view area demographics, and much more - check out how to get started!
Also see the FAQ to answer your mapping questions.
*The data contained within this map are currently in beta version. The map will continuously improve in accuracy as the data are validated through public feedback, field verification, and the participation of more service providers. Currently, broadband is defined as Internet service with advertised speeds of at least 768 Kbps downstream and 200 Kbps upstream.
*This map represents areas of broadband service availability determined by in-depth technical analysis of provider networks and accommodations for the impact of external factors on service quality. Broadband availability at an exact location, however, cannot be guaranteed as such may be affected by limitations of technical infrastructure, topography, environment, and other external factors.
*If broadband service is available to at least one household in a census block, then for mapping purposes, that census block is reported to have some level of broadband availability. As such, broadband availability at an exact address location cannot be guaranteed.
*Your personal information is confidential and will not be sold, traded, or otherwise transferred to outside parties for marketing, advertising, or other similar purposes.