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 …

Putting 2020 in the Rearview (Finally)Read More »

Mainstream is always active in training our employees to take larger roles in our positions. Our company consistently uses training programs, workshops, and events so our employees can better themselves professionally. Last week our Regional Branch Associate, Jessica Adamson, attended the Leadership Harrison County Retreat to do just that. Jessica was asked a few questions about Leadership Harrison County Retreat. She describes the importance of learning and practicing applicable leadership skills, as well as their personal experiences from the two-day event. When asked about how the retreat went, Jessica said, “The event as a whole was awesome. We learned a …

Leadership Harrison County Retreat 2019Read More »

This year, we had the opportunity to be a sponsor for Lanesville Heritage Weekend. This is an annual four-day event in Lanesville, Indiana. Our team spent this weekend interacting face-to-face with neighbors, giving the community a chance to get to know us. Mainstream provided the event with free WiFi for the entire weekend. Every smart device had access to connect to our WiFi for all four days. Those who attended Lanesville Heritage Weekend were able to share their moments online in real time. We are always about giving back to the community. Over the weekend, individuals who visited our booth …

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If the rain didn't keep you inside, you may have seen our booth during the past week at the Harrison County Agricultural Fair.  We were lucky enough to have a booth inside where it was dry, and we were also fortunate enough to have dry sunny days for the later part of the week. The team at Mainstream Fiber Networks loves going out to these events and meeting all the people in the areas we serve, as well as meeting some people from neighboring areas we hope to expand to.  As always we appreciated meeting everyone who stopped by to …

Recap of the Harrison County Agricultural FairRead More »

We here at Mainstream Fiber Networks hope you all had a Happy Halloween, despite the weather. Last night, for the second year, Mainstream Fiber took part in Harrison County's Trick or Treat at the Track event, where over 1000 kids and parents braved the rain to trick or treat.  It was a great event full of great costumes and great people, not to mention over 1000 lit Jack-O-Lanterns!  It was an incredibly fun event, and we're all looking forward to be a part of it again next year! In the meantime, we hope that you all enjoy the rest of …

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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 …

Mainstream Fiber Networks Celebrates Completion of 120 Mile Long Fiber NetworkRead More »

Beginning on Wednesday, July 25th next week, and concluding on August 1st, Mainstream Fiber is organizing a scavenger hunt in Harrison County called "Follow the Fiber". What is "Follow the Fiber?"  Well, you may have noticed our trucks and workers all along Harrison County, building a fiber optic infrastructure, this has all been to finish the Harrison County Loop, a massive project where we built over 115 miles of fiber optic infrastructure all around Harrison County, and the loop itself is getting close to being finished.  In order to celebrate, we've decided to put on this event.  As stated above, …

Announcing Follow the Fiber!Read More »