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Offer Pricing: A 3-year contract is required. The monthly package price is good for one year and thereafter increases $20 each year during the contract term. If you cancel any of the services within the 3-year term, an early termination fee may apply. Package price does not include standard installation fee ($99.95, more if special work is needed). Package price also does not include the following recurring monthly charges: (i) taxes, franchise fees and other amounts required by law to be collected or paid. These monthly charges may increase from time to time. Offer Availability: Offer is available only to qualified new business accounts who have not subscribed to Mediacom Business services within the last 6 months and not available to bulk accounts or in select markets. Speeds may vary. See www.MediacomBusiness.com/speed-factors for more information on factors that can affect your experienced internet speed. Other charges, conditions, requirements and restrictions may apply. 1 Gig/30 Mbps Business Internet requires replacement modem for current customers who are upgrading.
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In rural America, DSL has limitations on the speed it can achieve. While 100 Mbps isn’t fully deployed, in many instances 40 Mbps is the standard offering among this delivery tier. Cable now boasts an astounding 1 Gig speed tier to meet the demand of small businesses – and continues to widen the speed gap.
While voice calls can be carried over small distances, running data over DSL degrades the performance as service moves farther and farther from a phone company’s central office. Since Cable high-speed is designed from the ground up, it is not distance sensitive.
With so much of a company’s operations depending on fast, reliable internet access, consistency is crucial, particularly during peak usage hours. Explore the the Federal Communications Commission “Measuring Broadband America” program which stated in 2016 that DSL fell short in delivering the speeds it advertised while most of the major Cable broadband providers that were tested, actual download speeds were 100% of advertised speeds if not better.
The distance limitations of DSL mean that for a large percentage of a phone company’s footprint, the service will not be available. Since high-speed Cable internet doesn’t degrade over distance and runs over the same infrastructure that brings Cable TV to both densely and sparsely populated areas, it is available to a far wider customer base; in cities and rural areas alike.
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