Mainsteam Fiber Networks Provides Free Community Wi-Fi Spots Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

NASHVILLE, Ind. – In response to the growing need for greater Internet connectivity during the COVID-19 crisis, Hoosier fiber optic broadband company Mainstream Fiber Networks has created 11 free public Wi-Fi access points across southern Indiana.

“During this challenging time we want to make sure our friends and neighbors have access to broadband when they need it most,” said Bryan Gabriel, founder and CEO of Mainstream Fiber Networks. “These public Wi-Fi access points will allow students to continue e-learning, employees to stay connected with their workplace, and families to remain in touch with loved ones.”

Community members who wish to use a public Wi-Fi access point simply need to agree to Mainstream’s terms of service. No fee or password is required. The public Wi-Fi access points can be found in the parking lots of the following locations:

Brown County

  • Brown County Career Resource Center, 246 E Main St, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County High School, 235 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County Junior High School, 95 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Brown County Intermediate School, 260 School House Ln, Nashville, IN 47448
  • Helmsburg Elementary, 5378 Helmsburg School Rd, Morgantown, IN 46160
  • Sprunica Elementary, 3611 Sprunica Rd, Nineveh, IN 46164
  • Van Buren Elementary, 4045 IN-135, Nashville, IN 47448

Harrison County

  • Harrison County Community Foundation, 1523 Foundation Way NE, Corydon, IN 47112
  • Mainstream Fiber Networks Regional Office, 3039, 2370 Landmark Way NE #102, Corydon, IN 47112

Washington County

  • Salem High School, 700 N Harrison St, Salem, IN 47167
  • Mainstream Fiber Networks Regional Office, 205 N Main St, Salem, IN 47167 (the old REMC building)