COLUMBUS, Ind. — Developers on Columbus’ new fiber-to-home network have selected an internet service provider (ISP) to administer broadband service.
GigabitNow will serve as the provider for fiber networks that Hoosier Networks LLC is developing in Columbus, Bloomington and Shelbyville, which are expected to provide high-speed internet to at least 70,000 residences and businesses across the three cities, city officials said..
It’s expected that Columbus residents will be able to sign up for service in early 2023, with final residents receiving service by the end of 2024. Community members can visit gigabitnow.com/columbus/ to learn more and pre-register to receive