Mediacom Internet

Plans starting at

$ 39.99 /mo
  • 90-day satisfaction guarantee
  • Xtream WiFi 360

About Mediacom

Mediacom is a company headquartered in New York that offers television, home security, phone and internet services. Serving nearly half of the states across the US, the company provides fiber-optic internet plans at varying speeds, with the fastest coming in at 1 Gigabit (1,000Mbps). Mediacom's policy includes a 90-day satisfaction guarantee. Customers in good standing can discontinue their service within that time frame. Additionally, the company offers technical support appointments in business hours, nights and weekends, giving a 30-minute window for technician arrival times.

What You Need to Know

Plans start at

$39.99/mo

Mediacom Internet Speeds

  • from 60 Mbps
  • Up to 1,000 Mbps

Internet offers vary by location

Mediacom Internet Availabilty

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Contracts

  • contract image No-Term Agreements
  • contract image 1- or 2-Year Term Agreements

All Mediacom Products

  • internet
  • cable
  • phone

Internet Packages

If you're looking into Mediacom high-speed internet for your home, here's a helpful breakdown of the qualities and features the company offers.

Mediacom Internet 60 - 1,000 MBPS

Plans Include

  • 90-day satisfaction guarantee
  • Xtream WiFi 360

Plans starting at
$ 39.99 /mo for 12 months


Call to Order 1-877-387-6961

The company provides three high-speed internet packages of varying speeds and prices. Most Mediacom plans run on broadband fiber-optic cable. One important factor to consider while shopping around is Mediacom’s internet prices. These prices are competitive, but keep in mind that they do not include activation fees, installation fees, modem rental fees, or taxes. You can find more information about these fees on Mediacom’s website under each plan’s Terms and Conditions.

Internet 60

Mediacom’s most basic internet plan, Internet 60, costs $39.99 per month for the first year. After the first year, the price increases to the current standard rate, which is $69.99. The best download speed you’ll acquire through this plan is 60Mbps, although many factors can affect download speed and make it slower in your home. For uploads, the highest possible speed is 5Mbps.

You can only use three devices at one time with the Internet 60 package before the quality plummets. The company limits the total monthly usage to 400 Gigabytes. Mediacom will charge $10 for every 50 Gigabytes you exceed the limit per month. This plan might best suit someone living alone in a smaller home who won’t need to use more than one or two devices simultaneously.

Internet 100

The next tier up is Mediacom’s Internet 100 Plan. This package costs $49.99 per month for the first year and provides a higher download speed of up to 100Mbps. After the first year, the price becomes the standard rate, currently set at $79.99. The plan’s upload speed is 10Mbps. Furthermore, because you can use three to six devices simultaneously, this package is well-suited for a multi-person home. Your monthly usage allowance also increases to 1,000 GB. It costs $10 per 50 Gigabytes used after that allotted amount.

Internet 1GIG

The highest tier of Mediacom internet plans provides Internet 1GIG. This package costs $79.99 per month for the first year and comes with a download speed of up to 1,000Mbps. Its upload speed is also faster at 50Mbps. The price for this package also increases to the standard rate ($139.99) after year one. You can use up to 24 devices simultaneously on this plan, and you’ll have a monthly usage allowance of 6,000 GB. Again, you’ll pay $10 per 50 Gigabytes after that amount. This plan works best for a large family or a small office environment.

Included Features

Total Defense Internet Security System

Total Defense Internet Security Suite comes standard with all Mediacom internet plans. This feature can protect up to five devices from hackers, spyware and viruses.

XTream WiFI 360

If your home or office is larger than 1,000 square feet, Mediacom provides an add-on service called XTream WiFi 360. This addition allows you to install one or more WiFi extenders throughout your home. For a home that's between 1,000 and 3,000 square feet, Mediacom recommends one additional extender. For a house more extensive than that, you might want two or more.

Xtream Hotspots

You can connect for free to Xtream Hotspots where available. All you need to do is locate the Hotspot, log in with your customer ID and password and you'll be able to connect. This free service allows you to save up your data. However, this feature is only available in specific areas within seven states across the US — Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri.

Mediacom in your area

Mediacom internet provides service to more than 1,500 areas in 22 states across the US: Alabama, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin. You should check the Mediacom service database to ensure that Mediacom covers your community. Not all towns and cities in these states have Mediacom services available to them. Currently, the Hot Spot feature is available in 7 of the 22 states Mediacom serves.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The most affordable plan costs $39.99 per month, while Mediacom's fastest plan costs $79.99 per month — both only for the first year. After the first year, you'll pay the standard rates of $69.99 to $139.99. These prices exclude activation fees, installation fees, modem rental fees and taxes.

Mediacom is available in 22 states across the United States. Search the Mediacom service database with your address to see if the company covers your hometown.

Speeds for Mediacom internet plans range from 60Mbps to one Gigabit (1,000Mbps) for downloads. For uploads, the speed varies from 5 to 50Mbps.

Mediacom offers a 90-day satisfaction guarantee. If your account is in good standing and you are displeased with the level of service you're receiving you can call the company at any time to discontinue your service.