Making Progress:

A Fiber Update from the Field

Mohave Electric Cooperative and TWN Communications are partnering to construct a 100% fiber-optic communication network throughout MEC’s service territory.

This new, cutting-edge technology will provide all MEC members with the option to receive fast, reliable fiber internet, digital phone, and streaming TV services.

Construction on the five-year infrastructure project began in December 2020 and will be built in phases, providing a fiber connection to each MEC member.

Over the past few months, crews have been especially busy in the Big Bend and Silver Creek Zones, in the central Bullhead City area.

In Big Bend, construction is complete and members in this area can now subscribe to TWN’s fast, reliable services.

With more than 200 installed subscribers already, members in the Big Bend Zone are enjoying the benefits of TWN’s all fiber broadband network, including symmetrical and sustained speeds, no data caps or throttling, and no contracts.


Meanwhile, in the Silver Creek Zone, crews continue working above and below ground to complete the build-out. Silver Creek Zone is scheduled to be completed by July this year.

Wondering who’s next on the list for construction? It’s you, Airport Zone, in northern Bullhead City! Construction will approximately start late spring this year and is projected to be completed by early 2023.

It’s time to discover what the fiber buzz is all about. If you haven’t done so yet, take the next step toward TWN fiber internet today by pre-registering at

Stay tuned for more updates!

*Services provided by TWN Communications. Not available in all areas. Restrictions, terms, and conditions apply. Taxes, regulatory, surcharges and other charges are applicable. Call for details or click here for terms and conditions of services.
¹Internet service. Customers on qualifying internet plans may receive download speeds of 25.0 Mbps to 1.0 Gbps, per respective plan. A 30-day notice is required to cancel service. Unlimited usage subject to “fair and normal” usage limitations as described in terms and conditions.

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