ImOn is coming to your neighborhood!

We will be bringing our fiber Internet, video, and phone services to more than 30,000 addresses this year throughout Cedar Rapids, Marion, Hiawatha, Dubuque, Marshalltown, Clinton, and Camanche!

Not in one of these towns? Don't worry! We plan to continue expanding our services throughout Iowa in the coming years.

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Here are a few important things to know as we begin construction in your neighborhood.

  • We build our fiber network in sections called fiberhoods (fiber + neighborhood). Fiberhoods are named using 4 numbers and 1 or 2 letters – for example, 1707-L. 
  • Construction of each fiberhood will take 4-6 weeks. Timelines are subject to change based on weather. 
  • Our crews will be working on utility poles and digging in the utility easement or right of way. This may be in your front or back yard.

Click below to check out our full step-by-step construction process.

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Fiber Internet

  • Speeds from 200Mb to 1 Gig
  • Whole Home Wi-Fi included
  • Wi-Fi management app
  • NO data caps or contracts
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Freedom Video

  • Streaming video service
  • 100+ channels
  • Add-on channel packages available
  • Cloud DVR
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  • Dependable landline
  • 3 calling plans
  • Add-on features available
  • Unlimited local calling
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Questions we hear all the time

Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about ImOn's fiber-to-the-home service expansion.

ImOn fiber-to-the-home technology is the fastest and most reliable way to access the Internet. It provides a seamless, nearly instantaneous connection so you don’t have to worry about buffering, or pages taking too long to load. It also means that everyone in your household can play games, watch TV, work, and browse the Internet simultaneously, without slowing things down for everyone else. Here’s what’s different about ImOn’s fiber-to-the-home services: 

  • Newer Technology: The difference between copper and fiber has been likened to the difference between the telegraph and the telephone. Fiber to the home uses fiber optic cable that contains strands of glass, thinner than a human hair. It carries digital information over long distances using pulses of light, instead of electricity, like traditional copper cable. 

  • Speed: Internet over ImOn’s fiber-to-the-home network is noticeably and measurably faster. In fact, ImOn offers speeds up to 1 Gig (1,000Mb)! You can easily share photos, videos, work from home, and do online gaming without a second thought. No more video buffering or waiting for your files to download. 

  • Bandwidth: With fiber-to-the-home, slow or lagging Internet becomes a thing of the past. Light is efficient, so fiber cables carry more information – thousands of times more than copper wire. That means you won’t notice any slowdowns during the peak times of day when your neighbors are on the internet too. 

  • Reliable: Fiber to the home technology is pretty much immune to many of the factors and interferences that affect copper cable. Also, it won’t falter under harsh weather conditions and electrical surges. That all adds up to less downtime for you! 

  • Increased Home Values: A study found that fiber-to-the-home may increase a home’s value by up to 3.1 percent (according to the Fiber to the Home Council Americas). 

Yes! You can sign up as soon as construction begins on your fiberhood. You will get a letter in the mail and a door hanger on your front door with information about our services and how to sign up. 

If you want to be one of the first people installed once construction is complete, we recommend signing up as soon as you can. Plus, everyone who signs up before service is live will get a FREE installation, plus their first month of service FREE!  

Our goal throughout the entire construction process is to be as minimally invasive as possible and help return your property to its original state. Construction crews will primarily be working on utility poles and in the utility easement on your property to build our fiber network. These areas may be located in your front or back yard. In the easements, ImOn will do underground boring to insert conduit and the fiber lines underground. The boring machine makes small holes in the lawn to run plastic conduit underground. ImOn uses this method to install our conduit because it minimizes the damage to your property.

Once the majority of the physical construction is complete in your neighborhood, the ImOn construction crews will begin the process of restoring your impacted lawn. ImOn crews will fill holes with at least 6 inches of black dirt and rake the area to make sure the area is level. Next, grass seed and fertilizer will be spread over the impacted areas. The homeowner will need to continue to maintain by watering the reseeded area. 

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