The Faster Internet Oregon speed test campaign is a statewide broadband mapping effort for Oregonians to report Internet speeds or a lack of connection at home. Your participation can help identify the need for high-speed internet in our service territory. Please share this campaign with your family, friends, colleagues, and community!
The Faster Internet Oregon campaign will provide decision-makers with data that will:
- Identify Oregon homes that lack high-speed Internet;
- Clarify which households don't have an Internet connection and why;
- Provide cost estimates and assess the competitive viability of a variety of technical solutions for areas with identified gaps.
This effort will help secure infrastructure funding across the state and ensure the funding is equitably allocated so that everyone has access to fast, affordable Internet service.
Please help us identify areas with the greatest need for high-speed broadband by using this link: www.fasterinternetoregon.org. It takes less than 1 minute!
Frequently Asked Questions
What information is Faster Internet Oregon collecting?
Faster Internet Oregon is ONLY collecting information on whether you have an Internet connection, the speed of that connection if you do, and your address. They do not ask for your name or contact information.
What about privacy?
Privacy is of the utmost importance to the campaign. No personally identifiable information will be stored beyond the address that residents provide. Information will NOT be used for commercial or marketing purposes. Only campaign partners and decision-makers who sign a data use agreement will have access to the household-level data.
Does the type of Internet service I use matter for the speed test?
No. Even if you’re connected via a mobile hotspot, cable, or satellite Internet like Starlink, please take the speed test. All of this information gives broadband leaders a better understanding of how and where Oregonians connect to the Internet.
If I don’t have an Internet connection, do you still want me to respond?
Yes! Knowing what locations do not have an Internet connection is just as important.