Thursday, Apr 22, 2021

Broadband Strategic Plan

Online Broadband Survey

Sponsored by: Northern Arizona Council of Governments Economic & Workforce Development Division

To: Organizations and Residents in Apache, Coconino, Navajo, and Yavapai Counties:

We want to hear about your experience with internet in Northern Arizona!

As an essential member of the community, we are asking for your participation in an online broadband survey that will assist in the development of a Broadband Strategic Plan for Northern Arizona, sponsored by the Northern Arizona Council of Governments Economic & Workforce Development Division (NACOG EWD). Please go to the link below to share your experiences, thoughts, and needs concerning high-speed internet in our community.

 

Online Broadband Survey

https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6259454/NACOG-Broadband-Survey-English

https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6259454/NACOG-Encuesta-Banda-Ancha-Espanol

 

  • Open to all organizations & businesses in Apache, Coconino, Navajo, and Yavapai Counties
  • Takes 10-15 minutes of your time
  • Perform the survey from a primary business or residential location with an internet connection
  • Should be taken by the person in your organization or household who selects and pays for internet services
  • Information collected will be used to understand whether needs are being met in the area to plan for the future

 

 

Questions include:

 

How satisfied are you with your current internet speed, reliability and cost?

Do you have a choice from multiple service providers and are you satisfied with their offerings?

How essential is the internet for your current operations and why?

Where do you see your business and industry going in the future and what role will the internet play?

Thank you!

 

www.Magellan-Advisors.com

If you have completed this survey, thank you for your participation!

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1 Comments

Steve Schliebs

2021-04-29 14:17:43.0
In West Sedona, where I live, Suddenlink has a monopoly, because there is only one coax cable on the utility pole, and Suddenlink owns it. In other neighborhoods, Centurylink owns the cable. Their territories do not overlap. They have no plans to upgrade their system with fiber to the home. They're in *harvest mode* because they have no competition. No competition until until just now, that is: Internet service by SpaceX Starlink is available here in beta. https://www.starlink.com/ Suddenlink and Centurylink are not future proof.