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Hendricks Power and Endeavor Communications are Bringing Fastest Internet in Indiana to Hendricks County

Hendricks Power and Endeavor Communications are collaborating to deliver blazing-fast internet and other richer, yet easy-to-use telecommunications services to businesses and residents of the greater Hendricks County area. Launching these services over Hendricks Power’s fiber optic network should significantly enhance the quality of life and business productivity in Hendricks County, which in turn will attract new residents to the community and help businesses grow faster.

“The combined technologies of these two companies will connect Hendricks County consumers to better quality
wireless and VOIP telephone service, the fastest high-speed internet in Indiana, TV on demand, security, and medical alert services,” said Darin LaCoursiere, President and CEO of Endeavor Communications.

“We are excited about this joint venture,” said Greg Ternet, CEO of Hendricks Power. “We have listened to our
members and know that this is a need in many areas of our service territory,” he added.

“Working with Hendricks Power has provided the opportunity for us to showcase the local, expert technology
Endeavor is known for to make sure customers get all the benefits of the highest speed internet available without
customers having to become technology wizards,” said LaCoursiere. “With Endeavor, it really doesn’t matter whether you know that a Gigabit is 1,000 times faster per second than a megabit. What’s important is that we combine the fastest downloads, uploads and streaming content around, with remarkable customer service that takes the torture out of adopting newfangled technology,” he continued.

“As member-owned and operated cooperatives, Hendricks Power and Endeavor are both committed to member
service and our communities,” said Ternet. “That’s why I’m confident that this joint venture will provide a high quality product and accompanying service.”

The first phase of the telecommunications services roll out includes deploying services to local businesses first – then  to residential customers (begins later this year). The business phase of deployment is in full swing with the inaugural business internet connection recently installed at Hendricks Power Cooperative in Avon.

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  1. Will this service be available to all Hendricks Power customers? I live in western Putnam county- thank you

    • From Hendricks Power Cooperative: Our fiber network will be installed in phases. We are in the beginning stages of this project and are currently identifying where are greatest needs are. We hope to extend this to as many members as possible.

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