We’re on a mission to positively impact the communities we serve through a better internet.
And delivering a better internet starts with building a better network. That’s why we’re laser-focused on deploying the region’s most reliable and awesomely fast fiber optic network – designed entirely for modern internet consumption.
Founded in 2019 and based in St. Louis, MO., Gateway Fiber is redefining what people expect from their internet service provider. We keep things simple. We arrive to installs on time. And we don’t prey on complex promotional pricing schemes.
The communities in our backyard deserve the infrastructure needed to compete, learn and connect globally. Rant over.
Here's what we hold true.
Our mission is to build connected communities, advance economic development and bridge the digital divide — right here in our own backyard.
We stick to the basics of good service. Like arriving to installs on time. Forgoing complex promotional pricing schemes. And answering our phone when it rings. Novel, right?
The future is fiber. That’s why we’re building a world-class, future-ready, 100% fiber optic network that accounts for today’s broadband needs as well as those still to come.
Here's what's new
What do you do when a single router isn't strong enough to provide a solid Wi-Fi signal throughout your home? In the old days, you had to move your router to a more central location. However, with the invention of Wi-Fi extenders, the centralized router became less of an issue for spreading signal around the house by simply extending the original signal to the far reaches.
One question we are often asked is, “Why fiber?” It’s a fair question. Why does it matter how the internet gets to your home, so long as it does? But if you’ve ever experienced a slow internet connection, you know it matters. The type of cabling carrying the internet directly affects how fast it gets to you, which affects your online experience.
You’ve probably heard all the talk in the internet world about upload speeds and download speeds. But what does it all mean? And why does it matter? Most importantly, what does your internet service provider offer?
Here is what to expect when getting your high-speed fiber internet installed at your home or business.
ST. CHARLES, Missouri (May 17, 2021) — Gateway Fiber announced today it is beginning construction in St. Peters and St. Charles. This follows its recent fiber construction in Wentzville which started in April and is part of a $150 million investment over three years.
A new internet service provider based in Jonesburg plans to bring its high-speed fiber optic network to Warrenton.
Gateway Fiber Holdings, LLC (“Gateway Fiber”), a leading developer of fiber-to-the-home broadband networks in the St. Louis metropolitan area, announced that they have received a significant growth equity investment from Crosstimbers Capital Group (“Crosstimbers”).