Our Mission

We believe broadband Internet should be available to all Americans. This is what we’re doing to make that a reality.

Champion for Consumers

We want to make finding the best broadband as easy as possible, so we build tools to help consumers do just that.

But, that’s just the start.

At our core we are champions for the consumer.

  • Bringing transparency in government data and research.
  • Aggregating IP verified customer reviews and ratings.
  • Fostering competition through better awareness of local providers.

More Than Just Policy

In today's digital era, the internet serves as a cornerstone of our daily routines, profoundly influencing various aspects of our lives. Despite the swift advancements in technology and changes in legislation, a significant portion of the population remains oblivious to their far-reaching effects.

We firmly believe that increasing awareness about these issues is paramount. It is imperative for society to remain abreast of the ever-evolving realm of technology and the accompanying regulations.

Unfortunately, the United States trails behind numerous other nations in terms of broadband accessibility and adoption. Astonishingly, there are still 874,222 Americans deprived of any form of broadband connectivity, including wireless options offering speeds of 3mbps or higher.

Hence, one of our primary objectives is to shed light on underserved communities. Through this endeavor, we aspire to stimulate competition and advocate for enhanced broadband access throughout the nation.

Future Focused

In today's digital age, the internet plays a fundamental role in shaping our daily lives. However, despite the rapid pace of technological advancements and legislative changes, many individuals remain unaware of their implications.

It is our firm belief that raising awareness about these issues is essential. As a society, we must stay informed about the evolving landscape of technology and regulations that govern it.

Regrettably, the United States lags behind numerous other countries in terms of broadband access and penetration. Shockingly, there are still 874,222 Americans who lack access to any broadband connection, including wireless options with speeds of 3mbps or higher.

Therefore, one of our key objectives is to shine a spotlight on underserved communities. By doing so, we aim to foster competition and advocate for improved access to broadband services across the nation.