Who We Are
Municipally owned by the City of Niagara Falls and the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake since 2004, the Niagara Regional Broadband Network (NRBN)
empowers the community with our ultra-reliable fibre optic network. Across the Niagara Region, we drive economic growth and attract top talent by connecting businesses and residents to fibre optic Internet.
Whether you are a homeowner or business owner, there is an easier way to get online. In addition to providing near limitless capacity, our network is unequivocally faster than DSL, cable, and wireless Internet. We deliver high-quality Internet, reliable network connectivity, and blazing-fast speeds right to your home or business.
Our Service Area
This is only the beginning. We've just started expanding our fibre-optic network from schools and libraries across the Niagara Region to homes and businesses.
Is your home included in one of our past or current projects?
To connect all people, businesses, and institutions in Niagara and beyond.
We are dedicated to connecting people, implementing creative solutions, and enriching the lives of the communities we serve. We strive to create an environment where our employees can grow their skills, contribute to the goals of the team, and feed the entrepreneurial spirit of the organization.
We focus on creating value for our shareholders, driving economic development in the Niagara Region, and being the leading telecommunications service provider in the markets we serve.
- Strive to connect communities for a faster tomorrow.
- Provide a personable but professional service to our customers.
- Become a leader in technology and innovation within the Region.
- To serve our customers better.
Want to Work With Us?
Looking for work?
NRBN is growing! We're seeking energetic, committed, and motivated individuals.
NRBN is a Living Wage employer, and we are proud to invest in our team members. By joining our team, you will not only be contributing to the growth and development of your career, but to the betterment of our entire community!
NRBN is a Living Wage Employer
What does this mean?
"A living wage reflects what earners need to be paid based on the actual costs of living and being included in the community. A living wage is not the same as the legislated minimum wage. It is a voluntary commitment that employers can make to compensate directly-employed and contract-employed full-time and part-time workers."