Once our engineers map out the project, you can let us know you’re interested with our ‘Fiber to the premise’ form on our website or request a paper version.

We’re building diverse and reliable network connections. With Fiber technology, during a potential network outage, the rerouting of traffic will keep the services up and running. With Mosaic’s state-of-the-art network, we promise symmetrical speeds i.e. same upload & download speeds to improve your streaming, video chatting, and other internet experiences!

How to get fiber to my house

If we already provide fiber in your neighborhood, you’re in luck. Connecting your house to our state-of-the-art fiber network will just cost a small installation fee! If our construction crew is still in the area, then this is completely free!

If the network is still a few blocks away, give us a call and we’ll see if it is possible to run a fiber optic cable over an extended distance. However, usually you will have to wait until our network makes its way to your block!

How to get fiber to my neighborhood

Having a fiber network in your city is great unless you happen to live on the opposite side of town where it’s not available, then it’s just frustrating.

Here at Mosaic our goal is to bring services to the most underserved and unserved communities. One of the best ways to show us that there is interest in fiber in a particular area is by filling out our online form, or by calling us! Another option is to go to town and community meetings and ask about fiber internet. Better yet, talk to your neighbors and get them all to come with you and you can all express your desire for fiber internet together. Community council members can pass your interest along to us!

How do I sign up?

We try to keep it easy and simple for you to show us your interest in us bringing fiber to your home or business.
You can fill out the form online or download the pdf here. Be sure to choose right button below based on your service needs.

Residential – Permission To Bury Fiber Form
Business – Permission To Bury Fiber Form