Utah Internet Speed Test

Utah Internet Speed Test

Funding is coming to make high-speed internet more accessible in Utah. Help identify areas in need of better connectivity by taking an internet speed test.

You can help shape the future of high-speed internet in Weber County. Is your internet service slow, nonexistent or too expensive? Your input is needed! Here’s how you can help get all of Utah online:

  • Take the 60-second Utah Internet Speed Test at speedtest.utah.gov. Information gathered from the tests will impact where broadband expansion occurs. At least 3,618 more speed tests are needed in Weber County by Friday, April 28. The testis available in English and Spanish. If you don’t have internet, please share your input by calling (435) 264-8880.
  • Share your story by taking the High-Speed Internet Survey at allonline.utah.gov. The survey and website information is also available in Spanish.
  • Encourage your family, friends, neighbors and colleagues to take the speed test and survey. The more you help spread the word, the greater impact it will have on the future of high-speed internet in your community.

Connecting Utah, an initiative of the Utah Broadband Center, is helping to make high-speed internet available, accessible and affordable for every Utahn.

To learn more about Connecting Utah and other ways you can help, visit allonline.utah.gov. For questions, contact a Connecting Utah representative at (435) 264-8880 or connectingutah@utah.gov. Translated materials are available upon request.

There is also funding available now through the Affordable Connectivity Program to help those who qualify access high-speed internet. This program provides eligible households $30 off their monthly internet bill. Visit acp.utah.gov for more information.


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Founded in 1887, the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing business and community prosperity in northern Utah. 

Based in Ogden, the Chamber represents 850+ organizations in 15 cities and several unincorporated areas in Weber County.

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