CINCINNATI – Ohio-based Omni Fiber has its sights set on continued growth in Ohio with construction now underway in Bucyrus, Defiance, Eaton, Fremont, Greenville, London, Monroeville, Mount Gilead, New Philadelphia, Perkins Township, Perrysburg, Sandusky, and Wooster. In addition, construction will be starting shortly in Ashland, Ballville Township, Catawba Island, Crestline, Mansfield, Marblehead, Mount Vernon, New Washington, Norwalk, Ontario, Pataskala, and Upper Sandusky.
Omni Fiber is also announcing the first markets outside of Ohio with construction now underway in the following municipalities in Western Pennsylvania: North Uniontown, South Uniontown, portions of Uniontown, and starting soon in Connellsville and South Connellsville.
Once construction is complete, residents and businesses will have access to affordable and reliable high-speed broadband with fiber internet plans up to 2 Gbps (2,000 Mbps), as well as traditional and streaming TV options, and phone service. The multimillion-dollar investments in each area will be fully funded by Omni Fiber, without the reliance on any government funding or grants.
Omni Fiber launched service in December 2022 and now provides service in 11 markets in Ohio including Bellevue, Clyde, Dover, Green Springs, Huron, Port Clinton, Oak Harbor, Shelby, Tiffin, Wauseon, and Wilmington.
“Our expansion in Ohio & Pennsylvania is an exciting and important milestone for our company as we continue to deliver on our goal of reaching towns across the Midwest that are currently underserved or uncompetitive with broadband access,” said Darrick Zucco, CEO of Omni Fiber. “We are excited to break ground in Pennsylvania and look forward to additional opportunities as we continue to expand. Omni Fiber is grateful for the collaboration and support received throughout the planning process from all of the municipalities involved in our recent growth, and we look forward to being a part of each community.”
Construction of the multi-month projects is now underway or starting soon, with installations expected to begin this fall and early next year, depending on the area.