(KTEN) — Oklahoma lawmakers are hoping to improve broadband internet service in rural areas.

Oklahomans are being urged to check and verify available internet speeds on the FCC's National Broadband Map so the state gets funding needed to improve the service.

You can can check your broadband service using the FCC National Broadband Map. If the results differ from what is available at your location, click the "challenge location" link to add relevant information.