Mediacom Communications Corp. Cable Internet Plans
Internet Plans and Pricing from Mediacom Communications Corp.
Television Plans and Pricing from Mediacom Communications Corp.
Bundle Plans and Pricing from Mediacom Communications Corp.
Mediacom Cable is a private firm offering Internet, cable television, phone, and home security and automation. Started in 1995, the company which was once publicly traded, now offers service in 22 states.
Mediacom Cable Facts
- Mediacom Cable provides service in Alabama, Arizona, California, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Georgia, Missouri, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Mississippi, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.
- 1 Gig fiber Internet service for homes in select Missouri communities is available.
- For multiple years Mediacom has been delivering a higher than 100% ratio of actual download speeds to advertised speeds, according to studies by the FCC.
- Contracts are not required with Mediacom Cable service.
- Mediacom Cable is the 8th largest provider of cable in the nation.
- Mediacom Cable has a 90 day money back guarantee.
- Appointments are available nights and weekends for convenience.
Mediacom Cable Plans
- Mediacom Cable Internet plans range from speeds of 3 Mbps up to 150 Mbps, and start at $39.99 per month for up to 50 Mbps.
- TV plans include HD channels, on-screen guide, and a DVR.
- Phone plans give you extensive premium features, nationwide unlimited calling and more.
- Home security plans from Mediacom Cable start at $34.99 monthly.
- Xtream plans are bundle packages giving you Internet speeds of up to 50 Mbps, over 200 digital TC channels and nationwide unlimited phone service, starting as low as $29.99 each.
- Regular TV, 15 Mbps Internet, and phone plans start at $24.95 each per month for money saving bundles.
This page provides an overview of the percent of population with access to broadband, technology, and maximum advertised speeds for the nation.
Total area: (sq miles)18,505
Population Density: (people per sq mile)393