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Indiana Connectivity Program

There is a brand new broadband statewide program called the Indiana Connectivity Program (ICP). Unlike the more popular and older next level broadband connections program, this one allows for residents and businesses to request service. While there is no guarantee service will be given, we urge people who want internet or better internet (current service does not deliver actual 25/3 Mbps) to sign-up.

The Office of Community and Rural Affairs’ new Indiana Connectivity Program is now open for Hoosier residents and businesses lacking internet connectivity. The program helps expand broadband service to unserved and underserved locations. To apply and submit your address for consideration, call 833-639-8522 or visit in.gov/ocra/broadband.

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