High Speed Internet

NBBC Members Offers A Variety of High-Speed Internet from Fiber Optic to Fixed Wireless Broadband. We have different classes of services, from residential to business, and dedicated internet access.

Colocation and Cloud Computing

Lease space in one of our 20 strategically located Points of Presence (POP) across our Statewide network. Transport your business into new markets via our extensive backbone. Rack space is available for members to rent.

Dark Fiber Leasing

Dark fiber leasing allows members a cost-savings option in the fiber optic infrastructure. NBBC offers limited dark fiber leasing for up to 20 years on our statewide network for members who choose to maintain and operate equipment required to “light” the fiber.

Fiber Splicing

Fiber technicians are certified and outfitted with cutting edge fusion splicing technology. A fusion splice permanently welds two fibers together using an electronic arc or heat.

High Speed Transport

NBBC offers a wide variety of dedicated lit services including speeds up to 100Gbps. Our completely managed and 24/7 monitored network provides reliable data transmission and service you can trust.

Project Management

NBBC offers Project Management for construction, fiber optic splicing, and network expansion. We pro-actively engage in all steps of the process, from project initiation through closeout.

Class A Members

NBBC’s Founding Members


Of Rural Americans Without broadband

43 Million

Americans Do Not Have High-Speed Internet

47 0f 92 Counties

By Microsoft — No More Than 22% of Households Have High-Speed Access in Indiana, a USA TODAY Analysis shows.

NBBC – Connecting Communities Across Indiana

Advancing Cutting-Edge Broadband Solutions to Bridge the Digital Divide

We believe having a reliable internet connection is a basic need in today’s digital economy, just like your electric service. Advocates say the “digital divide” across the United States is mainly due to a lack of internet infrastructure in the country’s rural reaches and the relatively high broadband cost, making the service unaffordable for many in urban centers. In about half of Indiana’s counties — 47 of 92 — measured by a Federal Communications Commission study, broadband access is available to at least 79% of residents. Yet in about half of the state measured by Microsoft — 47 of 92 counties — no more than 22% of households have high-speed access, a USA TODAY analysis shows.

The National Broadband Cooperatives (NBBC) is working to support this effort. NBBC is a first-of-its-kind association committed to bringing the highest quality broadband to rural and underserved communities across our region. Whether you are an ISP providing the fiber backbone, a middle-mile partner, a last-mile service provider, an infrastructure manufacturer, a supplier, an installation contractor, or a WISP, we invite you to join our effort to bring broadband to our rural communities.

NBBC By The Numbers

Installed Meters
Miles of Line
Broadband Subscribers
Fiber Customers
Indiana Counties

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