Broadband Consumer Resources

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Internet Discount Finder 

Internet service providers offer a variety of discounted internet service options based on ​your eligibility. The Wisconsin Internet Discount Finder can search these resources and provide a list of options available to you. ​

Internet Discount Finder

Icon of telephonePSC Internet & Phone Helpline

The PSC has established their Internet & Phone helpline for Wisconsin consumers. Please dial (6​08) 267-3595 to speak with dedicated PSC staff or leave a voicemail.​​​

​Wisconsin Internet Self-Report

Tell us about your broadband experience. Wisconsin Internet Self-Report (WISER) is an internet​ survey and speed test that will be used to advise Wisconsin's broadband planning efforts. Everyone is encouraged to take the survey and help us create a better broadband map. You may take the survey multiple times to report on additional locations, connections, or to take an updated speed test. WISER will serve as a long-standing tool to track broadband service over time. We are open to partnering with communities to make locally focused surveys using WISER as a guide. Contact us​ to learn more!

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Broadband Grant Footprint​

This mapping tool provides a look at the impact of broadband grant projects statewide. Users can search for grants in their area of interest by performing an address search and navigating the map. Grant projects can be looked at individually and in groups based on the grant round and technology type. A swipe bar tool is available to view completed projects separately from all in progress projects. Move the swipe bar to the right to view all completed projects and to the left to view all awarded projects.


Broadband Frequently Asked Questions

The PSC has a limited role in determining where high speed internet service is offered in Wisconsin and does not regulate the cost of service. For consumers wanting to learn more about the role of PSC in broadband expansion please visit Broadband Frequently Asked Questions​ page in the For Consumers section. 

Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is winding down. The Federal Communications Commission benefit program that is helping qualified households to afford a broadband plan is projected to run only through April 2024, due to a lack of additional funding from Congress. This date is an estimate and may change. Households currently enrolled will continue to receive their ACP benefit through the end of the program. See the page For Consumers: Affordable Connectivity Program​ for more information.

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