Indianapolis-based fiber optic provider Indiana Fiber Network LLC has announced it is upgrading the Internet bandwidth service from New Lisbon Telephone Company. NLTC will now be able to offer high-speed Internet access.
IFN is comprised of 20 local exchange telephone companies throughout the state and offers various services through its fiber networks. The organization says NLTC has major expansion plans.
"This latest service expansion is just one of numerous projects we are executing as part of our ongoing strategy to grow NLTC’s service footprint and service offerings," said John Greene CEO and general manager of NLTC. "Enabling Wireless and Broadband Internet service to deliver the higher speeds demanded by our customers, is a key part of those services."
NLTC’s service covers over 400 square miles in Wayne, Henry, Randolph, Fayette, Delaware, Union and Rush Counties.