Residents in the Copperfield Estates subdivision of Georgetown Indiana have almost certainly seen Mainstream Fiber vehicles and construction crews in the area as they worked to construct and expand our fiber optic internet network in the area. We are happy to announce that the construction is now complete and residents in the area can now sign up. As of May 9th, Mainstream Fiber Networks residents in the Copperfield Estates subdivision can sign up for fast, reliable, fiber optic internet. This new expansion provides over 170 homes in Floyd County, Indiana. For more information of the areas Mainstream Fiber services, or …

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NASHVILLE, IND. – Mainstream Fiber Networks has partnered with AmeriCrew Inc. (OTC: ACRU),  a national infrastructure company focused on training and employing our nation’s transitioning military and veteran workforce to expand broadband infrastructure across Indiana. “We are thrilled to work with AmeriCrew. Their expertise in rural broadband deployment combined with their commitment to creating jobs for U.S. military veterans makes them an ideal partner as Mainstream continues to increase access to high speed, reliable internet for Hoosiers across the state,” said Bryan Gabriel, CEO and founder of Mainstream. Mainstream currently serves dozens of communities in eight Indiana counties. With this …

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FOWLER, IND. – Mainstream Fiber Networks today was joined by officials from the State of Indiana and Benton County to celebrate the completion of mainline construction on a new infrastructure project to bring fiber optic internet to the community. Mainstream has deployed over 100 miles of mainline fiber optic cable in Benton County, allowing the first customers to get connected while also supporting future service expansions into surrounding areas. “As one of the least connected counties in Indiana, we are excited to bring a high speed fiber optic internet option to Benton County thanks to the tremendous vision of Governor …

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MILLTOWN, IND. – Mainstream Fiber Networks today was joined by officials from the State of Indiana and Crawford County to break ground on a new project to bring fiber optic internet to the community. Mainstream will construct over 80 miles of mainline fiber optic cable in Crawford County. “We look forward to bringing fast, affordable and reliable, fiber optic internet service to Crawford County,” said Bryan Gabriel, CEO of Mainstream Fiber Networks. “We thank Governor Holcomb and Lt. Governor Crouch for their serious commitment to connecting all Hoosier communities to high quality internet and a higher quality of life.” Crawford …

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FOWLER, IND. – Construction has begun on over 100 miles of mainline fiber optic cable in Benton County, which will allow the first customers to be connected and support future service expansions into surrounding areas. Benton County is currently ranked 91st in broadband service out of Indiana’s 92 counties. This means that most of Benton County’s residents do not currently have access to reliable internet of at least 10 mbps upload speed at an affordable rate. Through the state of Indiana’s Next Level Connections program, Mainstream Fiber Networks was awarded a grant in the amount of $3 million, with a …

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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 …

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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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LEAVENWORTH, Ind. – This afternoon county officials will announce a new multimillion dollar broadband project with Sen. Erin Houchin and executives from Mainstream Fiber Networks. This project will connect roughly 1,041 unserved households, 128 businesses and 25 anchor institutions in Crawford County. The project received a Next Level Connections grant in the amount roughly $3.06 million, with a local match of more than $2.71 million, for a total project cost of more than $5.77 million. When: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. Where: South Crawford Elementary 346 East State Road 62 Leavenworth, IN 47137 Participants in the news conference …

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Hey Warrick, let’s connect. Over the past few months, the question on everyone’s mind is, “When will service be available in my neighborhood?” Mainstream Fiber Networks is excited to bring fast, reliable fiber optic internet to your community! Like so many other industries, our supply chain was impacted by COVID-19. Despite these unavoidable delays, our crews are working with state and federal guidelines to make up for that lost time and ensure we get you connected as soon and as safely as possible. Thank you for your continued patience and enthusiasm! In celebration of a much delayed Grand Opening of …

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NASHVILLE, Ind. – In response to the growing need for greater Internet connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis, Hoosier fiber optic broadband company Mainstream Fiber Networks has created 11 free public Wi-Fi access points across southern Indiana. “During this challenging time we want to make sure our friends and neighbors have access to broadband when they need it most,” said Bryan Gabriel, founder and CEO of Mainstream Fiber Networks. “These public Wi-Fi access points will allow students to continue e-learning, employees to stay connected with their workplace, and families to remain in touch with loved ones.” Community members who wish to …

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