As 2020 comes to a close, we want to thank all of our current and future customers for your continued support and patience. We’re excitedly looking to 2021 for a year full of completion, progress, development, and growth. We’ve got exciting announcements on the horizon, and are looking forward to sharing them soon! It’s certainly been one of the most challenging times for our company, in addition to our society and nation as a whole. As we move into 2021 and put the trials and tribulations of 2020 to rest, we’re finalizing county newsletters. These newsletters contain details on the …

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Mainstream Fiber Networks continues to strive for connecting rural communities in Indiana as quickly and efficiently as possible. Throughout 2020, various set-backs were encountered including, but most notably restrictions and disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It takes a wide array of people to engineer, construct, and deploy the new fiber-optic infrastructure required to connect your communities. Not only have our teams been adversely affected by the virus, but so have those of our vendors and government officials who aid in the approval of our plans and permitting. As supply levels stabilize from all of our vendors, we can resume our …

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11-18-2020 We’re thrilled to announce the continuation of our homegrown commitment in Harrison County! In collaboration with the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce and Robertson Crushed Stone, Harrison County’s latest fiber broadband project is set to begin construction this month! Following a previously stated timeline, we’re expecting completion within 90 business days. The Harrison County Chamber of Commerce closely partnered with Mainstream Fiber Networks and its employees to generate community interest. Personalized letters and grassroots marketing, including yard signs and door-to-door visits, were examples of initiatives used to secure the project’s success. Mainstream Fiber Networks would like to thank Harrison …

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