Broadband Warren County
Mainstream Fiber Networks, alongside Warren County, is in the preliminary stages of considering service expansion into your county. We are collecting data for your leaders in your community in order to be considered for additional support in expanding internet connectivity into your community.
By sharing your service information, you are playing a critical role in advancing broadband connectivity for your county-wide community. This also helps us to notify you of any service availability or future updates.
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. Each community has the opportunity to apply for funding that would aid in bringing new network infrastructure and internet service to areas throughout the county.
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.
WHAT CAN I DO?
By telling us about the service, or lack of service, you have, you are helping your county collect vital information to apply for funding assistance. Building new infrastructure and supplying service to unserved areas is a major project that requires many resources.
This is not a sign up, it is just accessing community interest in receiving fiber optic services. Submitting your information will also help us to keep you informed about the status of these efforts.
WARREN COUNTY INTERACTIVE MAP
The map is provided to you for informational purposes only and shows the current status of the project. The map will be updated as the project progresses, changes are made, and expansion areas added based on community interest.
Don’t see our service in your neighborhood on the map? We expand based on interest. Joining our Quick Connect List will keep you informed of the project and tell us where to expand next.
This is not a sign up, it is just accessing community interest in receiving fiber optic internet services.