Gigabit & HDTV Service to Your Home
How does the process work?
Step 1: Check out our plans by clicking the Shop Services tab.
Step 2: See if your community is ready by clicking the Zones tab.
Step 3: Sign-up or preregister!
Step 4: Follow GoSEMO Fiber for updates.
GoSEMO Fiber has connected its 1,700th subscriber. Who will be number 2,000? We have been on a fast journey. View the News Blog for information.
Fiber-fast Internet, HDTV and phone packages are now available for members served via the Advance, Bloomfield, Idalia and Miner substations. SEMO Electric Cooperative’s fiber broadband project includes FREE professional installation and in-home training. Call 877-430-5418 to get on the install list. No throttling. No data caps. No viewing limits. No contracts.
Now, splicing work is underway members served by the Tilsit substations. Design work is underway for the Lilbourn and Kelly substations.
GoSEMO Fiber is powered by SEMO Electric Cooperative, the people you already know and trust. We are determined to improve internet access and, as a result, your quality of life. If we don't do it, who will? That's why we appreciate your patience as we build out. The project was approved on March 22, 2017. It is a big job to build 2,000 miles of fiber. Plus, $40 million. Please see our videos and review the news blog for our timeline and updates. Our fiber technology is fiber-fast, reliable and convenient. And because we're of, by and for Missouri's electric cooperatives, we hold ourselves to a higher service standard.
SEMO Electric Cooperative is member-owned and a locally controlled rural electric cooperative. We are proud to energize and serve thousands of homes, farms and businesses in Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Mississippi, New Madrid, Scott and Stoddard counties. As your not-for-profit electric co-op, we put you – our members – first. Our programs and services, including GoSEMO Fiber, are designed to benefit you. Please contact us for more information at 877-430-5418 or stop by our offices during regular business hours