Devoted to deep roots and the freedom to grow.

Smithville understands the importance of being connected. That’s why we are completely committed to enriching our customers’ lives. No matter where you are, we will bring the future to you.

While we understand the importance of the future, we also understand the immediacy of now. Now is where you are. Now is the roots that we have all planted. Those roots yield the future.

America’s heartland is all about roots and vision. And we’re all about America’s heartland.

Small town roots. Big time vision.

Recognized nationally as a Top 100 broadband provider, Smithville Fiber is built from the ground up by Hoosiers, for Hoosiers. An award-winning communications technology company, Smithville had modest beginnings nearly a century ago as an Indiana telecommunications company. While its products and services have changed as technology has, its commitment to its customers has remained steadfast. Today, that commitment is reflected in Smithville’s dedication to bringing the best available technology platform to Indiana residents for state-of-the-art communication and data services, all with the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Smithville knows all about Indiana family businesses — because it is one! While the company has grown to be Indiana’s largest privately held telecommunications company, its core family-focused values make it unique. From its corporate headquarters near Bloomington, Smithville employs nearly 200 Hoosiers and invests in community projects, large and small, in its service areas.

Our connection to community goes far beyond business. We believe in being involved in our communities and giving back through philanthropic activities. Investing in the organizations and people we serve is a Smithville priority.

From state-of-the-art gigabit fiber to multiple residential and business services (including crystal-clear digital voice, cloud and managed services, and a full range of cellular, security and other related services), Smithville has earned its reputation as Indiana’s “state champion” for fiber broadband.