Cable companies provide internet speeds faster than DSL through the same cables used for cable TV. They use coaxial cable or fiber optic cables. Fiber relies on glass strands to relay digital code and is the fastest cable connection available today. Cable Internet is an excellent choice as a supplier of high-speed Internet. In all tests of speed, stability and quality, high-speed cable Internet service is among the highest in all categories. Compared to other options, the high-speed cable provides a large amount of bandwidth at a reasonable price. And for maximum savings, most cable providers offer discounts by bundling Internet with other services: digital TV and digital phone.
Each home has a different high speed Internet requirement. With the fastest home WiFi for all rooms and all devices, Mediacom Prime Internet in Ridgecrest has independent Internet and Internet packages that are right for you and your home. The Mediacom Internet plan allows you to stream all your favorite HD programs, download movies and connect your desktop, laptop and mobile device at 100 Mbps! With this speed, you can play online and download large files without delay or doubt. This is the ideal speed for families with multiple computers.
Mediacom High Speed Internet in Ridgecrest is a super speedway for home networking and High Speed Internet gaming. Mediacom High Speed Internet automatically includes all of the content, security tools and features, and also includes WiFi. A must for multiple users and devices, you'll get the speed you need for all your devices, plus security tools and spam blockers included, Mediacom has you covered. Mediacom Cable offers its most popular speed at 100 Mbps.
Is 100 Mbps fast enough? Yes it is. Most USA families can be satisfied with speeds of 25 Mbps. Video streaming and online gaming are the most demanding Internet speed applications. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, and other video content providers, says you need 5 Mbps to stream HD content. The same needs apply to online gaming. So, you do the math: 100 Mbps will allow up to 4 users on different devices video streaming and/or online gaming. Now you know how fast 100 Mbps is and you can imagine how fast you'll get if you get 200 Mbps instead.