Have you ever felt like your internet provider is hard to reach or out of touch with your community? At Mainstream, we’re changing the way you think of your provider. We are local people with offices based in the communities we serve, and we’re proud to announce the opening of our newest location in Newburgh, Indiana. This office is located on High Pointe Drive and will serve all of our Warrick County customers. When we begin connecting services in Warrick County, this office will complete sales and sign-ups, handle contracts and billing, and offer all other customer services needed. If …

Our Newest Office is Now Open In Warrick County!Read More »

Mainstream: No past, present, or future connections to Huawei In light of recent controversy, Mainstream Fiber Networks will continue not to work with technologies electronics company Huawei. We want to assure our customers that we have nothing to do with the company or any of their enterprises. As a growing business, Mainstream works independently to provide fiber internet service to rural communities across the state of Indiana. We take pride in connecting our neighbors with fiber optic-internet and other services. What Mainstream wants is to provide the technological infrastructure that will socially and economically benefit your county, which takes us …

Mainstream Has No Affiliation with International Technologies CompanyRead More »

High speed rural internet
Finished project provides over 100 new homes with fiber but won’t stop there On Friday, October 27th, the community of Nashville, IN, gathered to celebrate milestones of growth for the city. Mainstream Fiber Networks completed their construction of sections of Helmsburg Road, Morrison Road, Lanam Ridge Road, and Grandma Barnes Road fiber connections. This stretch covers about 10 miles through rough, rural terrain and provides fiber to over 100 homes. Senator Koch, who has been aiding Mainstream throughout the process, noted that CEO Bryan Gabriel has helped find innovative solutions and has taken risks that have paid off for the …

Lieutenant Governor celebrates Nashville’s ambitionRead More »