Meridiam announces partnership with internet service provider GigabitNow – WBIW.com

BLOOMINGTON – Hoosier Networks, the fiber network utility provider established by Meridiam, announced today its partnership with GigabitNow as the primary ISP (Internet Service Provider) under the Meridiam agreement with the City of Bloomington.
“Digital inclusion and digital literacy are tools that all Bloomingtonians need for their daily lives and participation in community and civic life,” said Mayor John Hamilton. “Working with Hoosier Networks and GigabitNow to meet residents’ needs and improve quality of life in Bloomington is important progress —for now, and for our future.”
Through a phased approach, the first residents are expected to receive fiber-based broadband services in Bloomington by the end of January 2023, with the final premises receiving service by the first quarter of 2025. Eligible low-income residents can utilize the Affordable Connectivity Plan (ACP) to attain access to a symmetrical 250 megabits per second (Mbps) plan at reduced or no cost to them. 
Bloomington residents with questions about GigabitNow’s services can go to GigabitNowIndiana.com and pre-register to ensure they have the latest information on service availability. 

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