Phynx Fiber

Our First Neighborhood is Open for Signups in Mexico, MO

We have a special announcement, faster internet!

Fiber internet is now available in southwest Mexico in Fiberhood A1 (between Falcon and Eagle Drive) via Phynx Fiber. Welcome to the Fiberhood!

Our goal with bringing fiber internet to Mexico, MO has always been to provide the first high-speed gigabit Internet service so residents would no longer be limited by their broadband connection – and we’re on our way.

Don’t feel disappointed if we didn’t announce your neighborhood; share the anticipation with your neighbors to have them show their interest in getting fiber.


Get Mexico Fiber

What comes next for your fiberhood?

If you live in this area, we invite you to sign up for fiber internet on the Get Mexico Fiber website. When you sign up, you’ll need to verify your address, select a plan and choose the bill pay option that works best for you.

We also request a $50 commitment fee at this time, which will be a credit towards your first bill, once fiber has been installed in your home. We offer payment options for this up-front cost via credit card through our Paypal payment gateway, or by check if you’d prefer to pay offline.

Select your speed, not your data limit

Phynx Fiber does not limit or restrict the amount of data you use in your home. Instead we want you to pick the plan of your choice based on transfer speed:

  • Phynx 100: 100 Mbps upload/100 Mbps download
  • Phynx 250: 250 Mbps upload/250 Mbps download
  • Phynx 500: 500 Mbps upload/500 Mbps download
  • Phynx 1000: 1 Gbps upload/1 Gbps download

All of our plans include a wireless router and the option to add a home phone line.

Won’t you be my neighbor?

After you have signed up, share your excitement over getting the fastest internet in Mexico with your neighbors. The more signups we receive, the faster our construction will progress!

We’ll continue to roll out our high speed network based on demand, which means your neighbors have to prove they want it. Invite others to show their interest and turn their neighborhood into a fiberhood like yours at

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