NEWBURGH, IND. – Construction is underway on over 100 miles of mainline fiber optic cable in Warrick County. The initial phase of the mainline construction project is taking place along Highway 68 and I-64 between Lynnville and Elberfeld, and the very first customer in the county was recently connected. Other residents in this area can now sign up for service at www.msfiber.net, and installations to addresses along this route are being scheduled.
Mainline construction from Lynnville south through Greenbrier and into Boonville is also underway. Once completed, the mainline fiber will connect every town, school, library, hospital, town hall and county facility in Warrick County to reliable, high speed internet.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring reliable, affordable, high speed fiber optic internet service to Warrick County,” said Bryan Gabriel, CEO of Mainstream Fiber Networks. “We live and work in the communities we serve, and we are looking forward to growing with and in Warrick County as we connect our neighbors to high quality internet and a higher quality of life.”
After the initial mainline infrastructure is created, Mainstream will expand to outlying communities and neighborhoods based on interest – with a commitment to serving as many interested homes as possible. Currently, Mainstream plans expansion builds for an additional three to five years based on project size, or longer, based on customer demand. If you live in Warrick County and are interested in bringing Mainstream’s fiber optic internet service to your neighborhood, visit www.msfiber.net and join the Quick Connect List.