We were very excited when we learned that LightStream was expanding and would be providing Monticello with additional services. Our experiences had not been good (to say the least) with our previous provider. I am so happy to say that all of that changed when we joined LightStream. Sometimes change is difficult, however we found the conversion easy & professional. Our internet speeds are amazing and we enjoy the options for TV as well. We also find the cost to be comparable to our prior provider, especially considering the excellent customer service we receive. We are so very happy to have switched to LightStream, a local company providing local service, for us, it’s a “win/win”! -Cathy & Kevin Gross
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LightStream has been outstanding to work with through the transition to their voice and internet services. Their tech was very professional. He came in and really did an outstanding job cleaning up old wiring that was no longer useful. I would strongly recommend using LightStream for your phone and internet needs.
We’ve been a LightStream Internet customer for quite some time and recently added their new TV service. We love that the LightStream team is professional and really cares about our family’s needs. Our community is fortunate to have a local company providing affordable high quality technology services. I am happy to recommend LightStream.
WINAMAC, IN – The community of Winamac announces that LightStream was recently named a Smart Rural Community (SRC) provider by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association. SRC is a national network of communities powered by innovative
BUFFALO, IN – LightStream is very proud to dedicate their Star City building to William E. “Bill” Lewis. Bill worked at Pulaski White Rural Telephone Cooperative (PWRTC) from September 1954 to September 1997. As
- Project brings fiber-to-the-home internet service to approximately 2,500 residents Buffalo, IN - Pulaski White Rural Telephone Cooperative (d/b/a LightStream) is excited to announce its $19M, four-year project, to construct over 350 miles of