Your future is fiber.
Move Fiber Forward with Midco.
Leap ahead into tomorrow and a seamlessly connected smart world – brought to you by Midco.
Fiber Forward will use Midco’s robust fiber network and next-gen fiber tech to deliver 10G speeds, incredible reliability and increase performance to support what’s next in revolutionary innovations.
Our Fiber Forward investment paves the way for a future where you can experience game-changing 10 Gig speeds. This kind of speed will bring us closer to next-gen innovations, like:
- Remote medical diagnostics
- Higher resolution and better responsiveness for video streaming and gaming
- Virtual holodecks and interactive video walls
- Augmented reality
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No. We’re not raising prices because of these upgrades. These are long-term, generational investments that are part of our commitment to a best-in-class customer experience.
Most likely, yes. There are several steps in the fiber conversion process like obtaining easements, surveying the area and actual construction crews working to install a service line directly to your home or business. Learn what to expect during the construction process.
Our Fiber Forward investment will nearly double the Midco network to 22,000 miles of fiber.
Work is underway for the entire state, with Dickinson, Bismarck and Grand Forks being the first projects for North Dakota.
We’re going big in South Dakota. Rollout begins in Sioux Falls followed by plans for fiber upgrades for homes and businesses throughout the state.
We’re kicking things off in Minnesota with plans for fiber upgrades for homes and businesses in the entire state.
Fiber is coming to Kansas starting for customers in the Kansas City area.