Winter Fiber Optic Network Construction (Phase 1)   

In 2023 and 2024 we will expand our fiber optic network into an area of Winter, Wisconsin. This project will be completed in two phases.

Phase one construction is scheduled to begin in June and end in December, which means we can start connecting services for individuals around the beginning of January 2024. We will be burying 52 miles of fiber optic cable to connect 706 properties during this time. An interactive map is available online, allowing anyone the opportunity to look up an address and determine if it is part of the project. Here is a general map of the area we will be serving in each phase.

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Our network will deliver internet speeds up to 2Gbps download and 2Gbps upload, television (streaming and traditional), phone, managed WIFI/network and security services to homes and businesses.

To execute our construction plan as efficiently as possible, we are asking property owners in phase one to complete an online order form and site survey before June 15, 2023. Completing these two tasks secures the property owner a free fiber drop, special service discounts and priority installation when the time comes. Notices will be sent to phase two properties when we are closer to starting in their area.

Details of this project will be shared with property owners via direct mail, email, social media, phone and in-person visits. Please visit for more information or to complete the sign-up process. Our representatives are also available Monday through Friday 8am to 4:30pm via phone at 800-250-8927 or email at to answer any questions.

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