Broadband Posey County
Mainstream Fiber Networks, alongside Posey County, has received a Next Level Broadband grant from the state of Indiana for over $3.3 million, with a local match of $2.9 million for a combined total of over $6.25 million.
This project will bring broadband connectivity to over 675 unserved households, over 30 businesses, and several anchor institutions. We are honored and excited to be able to help service Posey County with reliable broadband access, as this is the core of our mission: to bring affordable, reliable broadband into unserved or underserved areas.
As we are still in the preliminary stages of this project, information regarding the service route and timelines are not currently available. We will continue to update this page as work progresses, so please, look to this page for future updates.
In the meantime, by joining our Quick Connect List, you will receive updates as service becomes available in your area.
WHAT IS NEXT LEVEL BROADBAND?
Indiana has recently issued a $100 million grant program dedicated to bringing broadband service into rural areas of the state that are suffering from extremely limited access. Mainstream Fiber Networks has been awarded a grant in the amount of $3.31million with a local match of nearly $2.94 million for a total project cost of more than $6.25 million. This project will assist in connecting 625 homes to our fiber infrastructure with an additional 3,000 households gaining immediate access upon project completion.
WHO IS MAINSTREAM?
We are a locally owned and operated fiber optic internet provider based out of Nashville, Indiana. Our local team is dedicated to delivering comprehensive community infrastructure and a superior broadband solution to rural communities throughout Indiana who may have been overlooked by other internet service providers.
WHAT CAN I DO?
By telling us about the service, or lack of service, you have, you are helping your county collect vital information. Submitting this information will also put you on our Quick Connect List, which is the best way to stay informed on the status of the Posey County NLC project.