Most of the areas near Martin Middle School and Martin Assembly of God should be ready for a connection to fiber internet by the end of the year if there are no weather delays.
It’s part of WK&T’s Fiber for Martin project, bringing lightning-fast internet to Martin.
WK&T crews have completed the installation of underground pipe and now are working to pull all the fiber through to connect to the remote buildings, located near the church and the middle school. It also includes the areas near McDonalds and Walmart.
The first section of the project, in the area of North Lindell Street to the city limits, is complete. Customers continue to sign up for fiber internet service in that area through sales representatives in the area.
Customers also can sign up at the WK&T office at 207 S. Lindell St. and find out about services, pay bills, receive technical support or learn more about the fiber project in Martin.
WK&T Telecommunications has a collaborative project with the city of Martin to build a cutting-edge fiber optic network within the city limits during the next several months. The project ties the city of Martin to WK&T’s existing fiber network in Fulton.