The robust economy in Noblesville is attracting new upper-middle income residents to the area. Homes in the area are among the most expensive in Indiana. Residents tend to be white-collar and work primarily in sales and office support roles. It's also an area families call home. Residents tend to be well-educated, many holding advanced degrees. They rely on their internet services to pursue educational goals and create connections for their children. Compared with just 83% of Indiana, 99% of Noblesville residents have access to high speed internet.
DSL users have extensive options. Hancock Communications provides the service to 100% of residents. On-Ramp Indiana provides DSL to 88% of homes south of Rte. 128. AT&T's DSL service reaches 75% of homes in that same area. North of E. 146th St. Frontier Fios offers DSL to 44% of homes and Verizon Fios reaches DSL to 9% of residents. One Communications offers 5% of residents in that area DSL connectivity. Cable internet users have fewer options. Xfinity reaches 98% of homes. An additional cable internet option to 1% of users south of Rte. 128 is Brighthouse Networks. Fiber optics are also being introduced to the area by AT&T and Lightbound. Another option is copper wire from One Communications.
Commercial connections in the area are similar to those for residents.