Xtream by Mediacom's Most Popular Service Plans
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Summary of All Internet Plans for Xtream by Mediacom
|Internet 200||-||$49.99||200 Mbps||1 TB|
|Internet 400||-||$59.99||400 Mbps||2 TB|
|Internet 1GIG||-||$79.99||1 Gbps||6 TB|
|Xtream by Mediacom's plans vary by region, so be sure to verify pricing and plan terms with them before ordering service as all plans or promotions may not be available in all areas or to all customers and can expire at any time.|
Mediacom is one of the largest cable internet providers in the nation. Founded in 1995, Mediacom uses a mix of coaxial cable and fiber to provide its customers with fast, reliable internet connections. With service in over twenty-two states, Mediacom is ever-expanding its coverage area with more states and more service areas being added. Already, it’s currently the fifth-largest provider in the nation with particularly high coverage through the Southeast and Midwest United States. In addition, Mediacom is currently in the process of upgrading and updating its current cable lines to fiber. This will allow the company to deliver an unprecedented level of speed and service.
Founded in 1995 by Rocco Commisso with the goal of providing high-quality TV, internet, and phone service to America’s smaller cities and towns. By focusing on underserved regions, Mediacom was able to carve out a unique niche for themselves and they have since grown to cover major metropolitan areas as well. In 2000, Mediacom held its initial public offering, infusing the company with a massive amount of capital allowing for the company’s rapid growth into other, more competitive markets. Mediacom continues to invest billions, recently completing a three-year, billion-dollar investment to increase its bandwidth specifically aimed at small to mid-sized companies to help them increase productivity and better compete with their larger competitors. By providing cutting-edge technology, Mediacom is helping to bridge the gap of options available to major cities and the smaller regions where finding fiber lines is more difficult.
Most of Mediacom’s connections are based on a coaxial cable line network to provide its customers with service. These cable lines were originally used to provide television service and can compete with speeds available through fiber. Cable’s biggest advantage when compared to similar technologies like DSL and fiber is cost. With much of the network already laid, Mediacom is able to pass those savings on to its customers. With that being said, Mediacom has begun to upgrade much of its current network to fiber to increase speeds, bandwidth, and to meet the ever-growing demand that fiber has seen in the last number of years. Fiber’s big advantages are two-fold. First is increased speeds with fiber easily able to reach into the gigabit range. Second is bandwidth. Under cable, bandwidth is shared with every household on that line which can lead to reduced speeds when there is heavy usage and the network is congested. Fiber does not suffer these limitations. Fiber can deliver streams of data simultaneously to multiple households without quality suffering.
Mediacom is going to be a great option for any household. With an array of products that can be chosen and bundled together, Mediacom is able to meet any household’s needs and budget. Whether you need just the internet or television and home phone service as well, Mediacom meets the consumer where they’re at. As Mediacom continues to upgrade its lines and expand its coverage area, more and more customers will find what the outstanding offers Mediacom can provide to any residential household.
Frequently Asked Questions about Xtream by Mediacom
Will I be able to get Mediacom's internet services in my area?
Mediacom has service in over twenty states and if you're in one of those states, chances are likely you'll be able to access their internet.
How much are the rental fees for Mediacom's modems?
Mediacom charges about $10/m on top of the monthly subscription fee.
What are the fastest speeds that Mediacom offers?
Mediacom offers speeds up to 1000 Mbps.
How much is the installation cost for Mediacom's internet service?
If any special work is needed, installation costs can be up to a one-time $99.99.
Besides internet service, what other services does Mediacom offer to residential clients?
Mediacom also has cable television and home phone service.
If I bundle multiple services together, do I save money?
For each service that you bundle, you get further discounts.
Does Mediacom offer fiber service?
Though Mediacom uses fiber lines to send internet signals, the lines that eventually connect with the customer's home is a coaxial cable.
What does internet cost through Mediacom?
Mediacom's internet prices range from $39.99/m up to $79.99/m.
Does Mediacom have data caps on their internet plans?
Mediacom's internet packages do operate off of data caps with different sizes for each plan.
If I want to upgrade my internet package after I'm already in one, can I do so?
Yes, all that you need to do is call Mediacom's customer service line.
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Summary of Top Cities Served by Xtream by Mediacom
|City||Coverage||Max Speed||Avg Speed||Type|
|Des Moines, IA||85.80%||1 Gbps||707 Mbps||Cable|
|Columbus, GA||54.06%||1 Gbps||742 Mbps||Cable|
|Mobile, AL||34.82%||1 Gbps||762 Mbps||Cable|
|Springfield, MO||81.06%||1 Gbps||704 Mbps||Cable|
|Cedar Rapids, IA||84.08%||1 Gbps||716 Mbps||Cable|
|Columbia, MO||84.03%||1 Gbps||731 Mbps||Cable|
|Davenport, IA||82.18%||1 Gbps||748 Mbps||Cable|
|Menifee, CA||61.80%||200 Mbps||199 Mbps||Cable|
|San Tan Valley, AZ||66.70%||1 Gbps||956 Mbps||Cable|
|Duluth, MN||16.80%||1 Gbps||696 Mbps||Cable|
|Data provided by various data sources including the FCC. For more information please view our sources page.|