Speed of light fast.
Fiber optic cable carries data literally at the speed of light. Get up to 1,000 Mbps(1 Gig!). Marshall County Fiber will make your old connection feel like dial-up.
Fiber can handle that Indiana weather.
It’s unaffected by radio wave interference, can be submerged in water without issue and is not as susceptible to harsh temperatures. Fiber does not waver with strong winds, cloudy skies, or heavy rainfall. That kind of reliability helps deliver excellent quality internet, video, and phone!
Fiber can protect you from internet thieves!
Fiber optic cable keeps data secure. It is very difficult to tap into and gather data without alerting our network operations team to an attack.
Residents located in the highlighted area are eligible for Marshall County Fiber. If you live in the highlighted area and would like more information on our services, please contact us at 574-936-3161.
The Fiber project is a big one and will take some time. If you are interested in Fiber Broadband, but your address is not located in the highlighted area please show your interest by filling out the information to the right of the map or on the bottom of the home page. We will keep you updated on the progress of the Fiber Project and also contact you when your Fiberhood is ready to install!
Levels of interest in certain areas may help us decide where to build next!
Latest Fiber Update
Marshall County Fiber expanding territory
Marshall County Fiber now has the ability to serve over 400 homes with dependable, high-speed internet. Long-term, Marshall County Fiber’s goal is to make sure all Marshall County REMC members have broadband access.
The opportunity to serve Marshall County REMC members is strongly dependent on grants, loans and other funding. More grants and funding mean shorter timelines for deployment in the areas where the funding applies.
Marshall County fiber has been awarded $1 million in CAF ll (Connect America Fund Phase ll) funding to serve approximately 1,100 physical locations in Marshall County by 2026 that have been identified as unserved or underserved by broadband.
Marshall County Fiber’s plan in the next two years will be to finish a portion of that CAF ll funded area, north of the city of Bourbon. The area north of Bourbon is the first step in an ongoing CAF ll project, and we will continue to seek additional funding from various sources.
If you are interested in receiving fiber please submit your information at the bottom of the homepage. This will help Marshall County Fiber identify where there is a need for service and determine where to build in the future.
Issues with Internet Service?
Before you report your trouble, try these helpful tips. Sometime trouble can be a quick fix.
If your internet is not working on your wireless or wired connection, your first step is to reboot (power on/off) all of your connected devices such as phones, computers, and your router. The router is what provides wireless connection to most devices. Reboot the router by simply unplugging for 15 seconds and plugging back in to power. If internet via WiFi connection is out after rebooting your router, the next step to troubleshooting is to bypass your router. To bypass, you will need a device (such as a laptop or desktop) that has an ethernet port. You will need to have one end of the ethernet cable plugged directly from the MCF jack to your device. If internet service is still out after rebooting router and/or bypassing your router, please contact us.
Report your Trouble!
While we don’t like to have issues we do like to hear about them when they happen. If we don’t know it’s broke – we can’t fix it.
During Normal Business Hours:
(Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
After Hours, Weekends, Holidays
After hours and weekend calls will go to voicemail. Calls marked as urgent will be handled by the On-Call Support Team. When leaving a message after hours and on weekends please leave your name, service address, the trouble you are having and a number we can reach you at shortly. Please be prepared to answer a call back to you at the number you have provided as our support team may have questions or information for you.
After Hours, Weekends, Holidays