Broadband Survey for Cumberland County, New Jersey
Cumberland County is conducting a broadband coverage, speed, and satisfaction survey. This information will enable us to know where we should allocate federal funds to improve broadband service in rural areas of the county. We have partnered with Faster NJ Inc, a NJ non-profit dedicated to providing technology, tools, and information to help bridge the broadband divide in underserved areas of New Jersey. All information gathered here will be shared with the Cumberland County commissioners and the Authority.
PLEASE NOTE: Please complete this survey on a computer at the address you enter. We store the speed test and provider results and coorelate them with your address. If you enter your home address while using your work computer, we will store inaccurate data for your home connection. Please make sure the physcial address you are about to enter is where you are physically located now. Thank you!
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Please Note: If your street is not available and you'd like to be notified when we begin rolling out Gigabit Fiber Internet to your street, be sure to sign up for our notification list by entering your address below and filling in the survey on the next page.
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For best speed test results, you'll want to use a wired connection if at all possible; that way, you don’t have to worry about interference and performance fluctuations that can occur while you’re on Wi-Fi.
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Helpful tips entering your address:
Use your USPS mailing address and check the spelling (e.g. John F Kennedy vs JF Kennedy).
Use the abbreviation name for street suffix, for example, use "St" instead of "Street"
The street for Lake Mohawk Boardwalk is listed in USPS as just "Boardwalk" with no suffix.
If your street has a direction before the street name (N, S, E, W, etc.), you should include the abbreviation before the street name (e.g., 274 W Shore Tr).
If your street has a direction after the street name (N, S, E, W, etc.), you should include the abbreviation after the street name (e.g., 1729 First Street NW).
Make sure you're using an actual street address, not a P.O. box.
Municipality of Privacy and Speedtest Data Usage Policy
Data collected through this service is used to improve the service offered
to you (for instance, to detect problems on our side). No personal information is
disclosed to third parties except for the governing body of .
At the end of the test, the following data is collected and stored:
Time of testing
Test results (download and upload speed, ping and jitter)
Approximate location (inferred from IP address, not GPS)
User agent and browser locale
Test log (contains no personal information)
If you want to have your information deleted, you need to provide your IP
address. This is the only way to identify your data, without this information we won't be able to comply with