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Gibson Connect is powered by 

Gibson Electric Membership Corporation, 

the same local people you already know and trust.

Gibson Connect is ready to provide you with high-speed internet service with no data cap. We've divided our area into zones and we've determined the number of registrations needed to financially support a build-out. Now, it's up to you. Register today and encourage your neighbors to register too!
How does the process work?
  • Step 1: Check out our available packages using the Products tab above. See the participation requirement for your community by clicking the Zones tab. You will drive our construction process. Registration, grant opportunities and requirements, along with engineering considerations guide the order of our construction process.
  • Step 2: Register today! Registering today costs just $20 and will apply toward your first Gibson Connect bill (when internet service is received). Registering now also enables you to avoid a $200 connection fee later. Just enter your address in the box to the right to get started.
  • Step 3: Meet your community zone requirement sooner by encouraging your neighbors to sign up too. Follow the Gibson Connect Facebook page so you can share important posts with family and friends    

Where can I learn more?

Gibson Electric Membership Corporation is your not-for-profit, member-owned, and member-controlled electric cooperative. In 1936 local farmers formed our cooperative to provide access to electricity for this area. Today, we serve almost 39,000 homes and businesses in eight west Tennessee counties (Crockett, Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, Lake, Lauderdale, Obion, and Madison) and four west Kentucky counties (Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, and Hickman). Meeting our members' wants and needs is still our goal, and many have asked us to provide access to high-speed internet connectivity. This is why we formed Gibson Connect, a not-for-profit, wholly-owned subsidiary of Gibson EMC. As in our early years, we're working to provide an essential service that will improve the quality of life for our members and our communities. Delivering quality service over a 12-county area spanning 3,600 miles of line is a big job that may take around five years to complete, but we are confident that it will be well worth the wait!