Mainstream Fiber Networks is proud to announce that we have built over 120 miles of fiber optic cable infrastructure through Harrison County. This includes both our mainline project as well as several adjoining neighborhoods that had high participation in our interest survey. Because of this, we are now able to provide our services to approximately 10,000 households in the area, and that number will only continue to grow over the upcoming years. The neighborhoods we are currently serving are listed at the bottom of this page. Mainstream Fiber is the only 100% fiber optic to the home internet service provider in …

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West Washington provides students with high speed internet access
Fast, reliable fiber Internet changes the ways of learning for students At a Washington County Economic Growth Partnership meeting, Keith Nance met with Mainstream's executive team, where they were discussing Mainstream’s mission to provide reliable, high speed, fiber Internet to rural areas of Indiana. Nance, Superintendent of the West Washington School Corporation, has been with the corporation since January of 2011. He was excited to hear more about Mainstream’s work as he thought about how West Washington School was limited to a wireless Internet that had minimal reliability and slow speeds at only 100 mbps. He set up a meeting with MSFN …

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