Ambitious, imaginative and positive are just some of the qualities we’re proud to live up to at Midco. We're dedicated to innovating for, empowering and inspiring the people of the Midwest. Since Midco started in 1931, we’ve been looking ahead and investing in the next big thing. Are you ready for what’s next in connectivity and entertainment? Let’s go!
Since 1987, the Midco Foundation has donated more than $3.8 million to support the work of charities, local governments and schools that advance communities and individuals across the Midco service area. Twice each year, we distribute funds to 501(c)(3) organizations that have applied for grants for special projects, facilities improvements, equipment and programming. See our grant application and deadlines.
Bringing Broadband to Hometowns
From schools to small business owners to employees who work from home, residents and businesses everywhere need internet options to help them succeed. We strongly believe in strengthening communities with advanced fiber and high-speed internet services.
We give our time and talent where they really make a difference in the communities we serve, and where our people live and work. Our teams volunteer for clean-up days, in schools, with food packing programs, for Habitat for Humanity and more. Midco is also happy to give back to the communities we serve by airing public service announcements at no cost to the organization.
Diversity and respect are important in everything we do. We value the fresh ideas and innovation that comes from a diverse workforce – and want our customers to feel valued and at ease each time they interact with us. We promote our services to all groups, and actively support organizations that work with minority populations.
Leaders like Net Promoter Program Specialist Ashley Goebel make Midco a great place to work. She works with frontline team members to better understand what customers want and need, volunteers in the Fargo area and is getting her bachelor's degree and pilot's license. Read more.
Rural living is a choice – but internet quality doesn't have to be. New technology is helping bridge the digital divide. Check out how the different rural internet options compare to each other. Learn more.