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Tipmont announces 2024 fiber-optic broadband construction schedule

With the new year comes the next phase of Tipmont’s fiber internet build.

We’re one step closer to ensuring our entire electric service territory has access to better in-home internet. We’re on track to complete our electric service area build by the end of this year.

The areas we’re focusing on throughout 2024 are highlighted in ORANGE on the map, with current timelines and details below.

2024 Tipmont electric service area fiber build
You may begin to see Tipmont engineers and team members at work in your neighborhood
Service is available to order.
Battle Ground 2 (Remaining) Underway May
Monitor 1 (Dunbar Estates) Underway May
Monitor 4 Underway May
Taylor 1 Underway April
Taylor 3 Underway July
Battle Ground 2 (Lafayette South – East 510 South) January June
Battle Ground 2 (Main Line) January August
Taylor 2 January June
Klondike 2-2 (Brynteg Estates) January June
Wea 1 (Main Line) January August
Wea 1 (Wea Ridge) January June
Battle Ground (Soldiers Home Road) February August
Klondike 2-2 (Capilano by the Lake) February August
Klondike 1-2 (Fawn Ridge, The Greens, Lindberg Road & State Road 26 West) March/April September
Klondike 2-2 (Maple Mobile Home Park, Stonehenge) April September

Dates are subject to change. Watch for monthly updates in Indiana Connection and search your address at tipmont.com/fibermap for the most up-to-date information on fiber availability in your area.

How to use the map

Tipmont fiber construction map
  1. Enter your street address and click the correct listing.
  2. Click just outside the box that pops up and look for the line that reads “Expected_I”
  3. If you have service, it will say “Tipmont In-Service.” If service is forthcoming, it will display the scheduled date.

Connection Conversations

If your address is not included in the 2024 build schedule and you are interested in Tipmont fiber-optic internet, Tipmont wants to hear from you. It’s possible that you live in one of our Connection Conversation zones.

Tipmont’s commitment has always been to ensure every Tipmont member has access to broadband.

As we near the end of our electric-service territory build, many remaining areas — or zones — are already served by an existing broadband provider. Tipmont is referring to these areas as Connection Conversation zones.

As such, we are gauging interest to determine future build plans in Connection Conversation zones.

To learn more, visit cc.tipmont.com. There, you can find information on Connection Conversations, express your interest in Tipmont fiber-optic broadband service, submit speed test data of your existing internet service connection and more.

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Rob Ford

Rob Ford is Tipmont and Wintek's communication director, a role he's held since 2015. Rob has a bachelor's and a master's in Communication from Purdue University. He lives in West Lafayette with his wife and three children and has a life-sized Yoda statue in his office. Away from the office, you’ll find Rob working on his golf swing, jump shot, or hope for a Purdue basketball national title – all futile endeavors.

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