EVANSVILLE, Ind.–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Metronet, the nation’s largest independently owned 100% fiber optic provider, today announced that the company has been named the “Fastest Major ISP” by PCMag. According PCMag’s recently release report, Metronet was ranked the fastest overall ISP in the nation with a score of 209.4 on the PCMagSpeed Index.

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“At Metronet, we value both the speed and overall service we provide for our customers throughout our expanding 100% fiber optic network,” said Dave Heimbach, Metronet President and CEO. “As we continue to deliver ultra-high-speed connectivity, our top-ranked internet speeds are boosting residents and businesses, connecting them to who and what matters most. We are proud to have been named the ‘Fastest Major ISP’ by PCMag and look forward to continuing to power our customers with next-level fiber optic technology well into the future.”

Metronet was also ranked as the “Fastest ISP” in the East North Central Division by PCMag. The region includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, where Metronet received a 223.9 PCMag Speed Index score for the region.

As a leading fiber optic internet provider, Metronet and its affiliates provide ultra-high-speed 100% fiber optic internet speeds to more than 250 communities throughout 16 states. With an expanded presence throughout the nation, Metronet will continue to support more communities with access to a 100% fiber optic infrastructure providing multi-gigabit speeds up to 10 gigabits with symmetrical upload and download speeds.

City officials interested in adding their community to Metronet’s growing list of “Certified Gigabit City Powered by Metronet” may visit metronet.com/gigabit-city or contact Eddie Massengale, Metronet Sr. Director of Business Development & Government Affairs at Eddie.Massengale@Metronet.com or call 423-280-9031.

*Fastest internet claims are based on the analysis provided by PCMag. PCMag trademarks used under license and reprinted with permission.