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From: Arizona Department of Educations Information Technology Department
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 12:14 PM
Subject: Brief Internet Speed Test to help all of Arizona "get better Internet" service
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[Arizona Department of Education]
[Arizona State Seal]
State of Arizona
Department of Education
Office of John Huppenthal
Superintendent of Public Instruction
February 19, 2013
Please participate in very brief Internet Speed Test to help all of Arizona "get better Internet" service
The Arizona Department of Education is contacting you on behalf of the Digital Arizona Program, a federally funded grant program whose goal is to enable everyone to have access to "better Internet" across Arizona AND at same time lower Internet costs to users.
An Internet Speed Test and Survey has been created to measure the connection speeds at tens of thousands of locations around the State. In just 2-3 minutes you can help facilitate access to better high-speed Internet service for ALL Arizonan's, especially those residing in the rural areas of the state.
Take Internet Speed Test Now!!
More about Digital Arizona Program
Arizona received a $2.3 million grant from the US Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). The speed test data and survey answers will be analyzed by the Digital Arizona team to determine potential areas and/or communities that may be poorly served. For more information about the Digital Arizona Program, please visit their website