Co-Mo Connect Internet Service is Coming to Lincoln! 

Co-Mo Connect is coming to the City of Lincoln! An agreement has been reached between the City of Lincoln and Co-Mo Connect to construct fiber in the city limits of Lincoln. As a result, residents in the city limits of Lincoln will be eligible to receive Co-Mo’s ultra-fast gigabit fiber internet service, as well as Co-Mo’s HALO TV and crystal-clear home phone services in the near future.


Q: I’m a resident of Lincoln. Will Co-Mo Connect fiber internet be available in my area?

A: Yes, Co-Mo Connect’s gigabit fiber internet, HALO TV, and home phone services are coming to the city limits of Lincoln soon!

Q: When will construction begin? How soon will I be able to get Co-Mo Connect internet in Lincoln?

A: An engineering contractor has been hired to map out the city for fiber construction. Unfortunately, no further information is available at this time, and no timeline has been set for the start or completion of construction. But construction is going to happen, and Co-Mo Connect is coming to the city of Lincoln in the near future!

Q: When will Co-Mo Connect know more about a timeline?

A: We should know more about construction timelines in October/November and will communicate the additional details as they become available with Lincoln residents via this construction website, postcards, social media, and other communication channels.

Q: Should I sign up for service on now?

A: No. Please do not sign up at this time. Lincoln is not currently eligible for services. If you sign up now, you would be required to sign-up again once services become available to agree to our terms of service.

Q: When should I sign up for service?

A: When construction is completed in Lincoln and Co-Mo Connect services are available, a subscriber will receive a notification postcard in the mail from Co-Mo. This postcard will notify the subscriber that Lincoln residents are eligible for service. When the customer receives this postcard, they should visit and simply follow the instructions listed on the card to sign up for service. A Co-Mo representative will then call the subscriber to collect an installation fee (if applicable) and schedule the installation.

Q: How will fiber lines be built inside the city?

A: Fiber lines will be buried underground along the city’s right of way.

Construction Timeline

Please understand that when you first see Co-Mo Connect contractor trucks in your area, it is just the first step of many before Co-Mo’s services can be installed and turned on at your home and/or business.

Here are a few milestones you can look for along the way to receiving our services in your home:

  1. The City of Lincoln must be mapped and engineering must draw up plans for fiber lines to be installed.
  2. When the plans are completed, then the construction job will be bid out to contractors.
  3. Once a contractor has been awarded the job, the construction date will be set.
  4. Fiber-line construction will begin on the date set and the fiber infrastructure will be placed.
  5. When construction has been completed, signups for service will begin at
  6. Once you have signed up, a friendly Co-Mo representative will contact you to schedule an installation date/time. At this time you will also have to pay your installation fee if one is applicable.
  7. On the date of your installation, an installer will come to your home to hook up your internet/TV/phone service(s).
  8. Welcome to Co-Mo Connect Country!