Main Street Broadband Expands 4G Service in the Florida Panhandle

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Rural Communities throughout the Panhandle will have broadband access through Main Street Broadband’s 4G High-Speed Network

Main Street Broadband provides services in nearly 50 communities.

Main Street Broadband, high-speed Internet provider to Southern Georgia and Northern Florida, announces an expansion of its 4G wireless network in rural communities throughout the Florida Panhandle. In these communities where connectivity is limited, residents and business will have access to broadband services.

“We are excited about our continued growth in the Panhandle. Many customers and businesses are already realizing the benefit of Main Street Broadband’s service,” states Mike Mies, Co-Founder and CEO.

Main Street Broadband provides services in nearly 50 communities. In the Florida Panhandle, Main Street Broadband service is now available in Bayou George, Lynn Haven, Southport, Youngstown, Mexico Beach, Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka, Woodville, Crawfordville and Sopchoppy, Fl.

In the next few months, Main Street Broadband will be completing the network expansion to include Bonifay, Chipley, Marianna, Panacea, Eastpoint, and Carrabelle, Fl.
Residents can follow Main Street Broadband’s progress, or get more information regarding Main Street Broadband’s coverage areas or services, by calling 888-807-FAST (3278) or log on to

About Main Street Broadband – Main Street Broadband LLC is a privately held 4G wireless broadband service provider headquartered in Atlanta, Ga. Together with its subsidiary, Broadband South LLC, Main Street is committed to bringing affordable 4G technology and digital phone service to the un-served and under served markets in the southeast US. Main Street Broadband utilizes the latest in wireless broadband technology for both residential and business services to develop additional economic opportunities in the communities and advance the quality of life for its residents. To learn more about Main Street Broadband, visit

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