The report did not find a significant discrepancy for plans advertising speeds of 125 Mbps or slower.
The FCC also mandated that internet service provider labels be machine-readable.
The FCC said individuals will also be able to challenge its broadband fabric once the draft map is released.
40 percent are unsure of their home internet speeds, said Jonathan Chaplin of New Street Research.
The FCC hopes companies will make it easier for consumers to choose a broadband plan that fits their needs.
The chairwoman promoted the new broadband nutrition label at an event hosted by the University of Colorado law school.
International Municipal Lawyers Association heard service providers need to prioritize transparency.