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Founded in 1995, Mediacom is currently the seventh largest cable provider with over a million subscribers in 23 states. Mediacom provides home phone, digital TV and cable internet access to 1500 outer suburban communities outside of major metro areas. Mediacom is also one of the few internet service providers that have invested billions in fiber-optic infrastructure to bring Gigabit internet speeds to more consumers. Through quality adband services, Mediacom hopes to improve the quality of life in America’s smaller cities and drive economic development.
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Build your TV plan with Mediacom
Enjoy local, sports and entertainment channels with Mediacom TV plans designed to fit every budget. Customize your plan with add-on sports, info, kids or movie PAKs for every kind of enthusiast in your home.
Sports & Information PAK: Bloomberg, ESPNEWS, FOX Sports, Fusion, NFL Network, SEC Network and more.
Kids & Variety PAK: Boomerang, Nat Geo Wild, Nick Jr., TeenNick, DIY Network, Disney XD and more.
Music & Movies PAK: Lifetime, MTV Classic, REELZ, fuse, CMT Music, BET Soul, Logo TV and more.
Stay connected with Mediacom digital phone
Keep in touch with friends and family in your area or across the country with nationwide calling, unlimited minutes and over a dozen calling features to make things quick and easy. Mediacom home phone features include:
- Do Not Disturb
- Priority Call
- Call Transfer
- Three-Way Calling
- Speed Dial
- Call Waiting
- Call Forwarding
- Caller ID
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By switching to all-digital, Mediacom gains more capacity to provide more channels, faster internet speeds and better services. Mediacom’s old technology, analog transmission of channels, uses 10 times more system capacity than a digital transmission. For every analog channel, Mediacom could carry 10 digital channels or 3 HD channels.
The Broadcast Digital Transition was a government mandate that required all analog broadcast TV signals to be broadcast in digital, effective June of 2009. The All-Digital conversion allows Mediacom to provide consumers with enhanced services, including more channels and faster internet.
The simplest way to go all-digital is to connect your television to a Mediacom Digital adapter. Once installed, all of your channels will be available and will automatically update with any future lineup additions or changes.
TVs not connected to a Mediacom digital converter or adapter, or TVs without a built-in digital tuner, will be unable to receive any channels from Mediacom including broadcast stations like your local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, etc.
Last updated 6/21/18.