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About Mediacom

Mediacom Communications is the local cable company serving more than 1,500 communities across the nation. The company is proud to be a leader in bringing new broadband services to improve the quality of life and drive economic development in America's smaller cities and towns.

Mediacom has invested millions of dollars to develop a nationwide fiber optic infrastructure to bring a wide array of products and services including digital cable TV and 5Mbps high-speed Internet and new phone services. In addition, Mediacom offers many advanced services such as:

  • Video On Demand (VOD)
  • High-Definition Television (HDTV)
  • Digital Video Recorders (DVR)

Mediacom's digital systems are able to provide all of their products and services over one platform, customers have the handiness of dealing with one company and one bill for all of their cable TV, high-speed Internet and phone services.

Mediacom's Community Initiatives

Mediacom contributes to the development and success of all the communities it services by employing locally, paying significant shares of property taxes, collecting franchise fees and reinvesting in fiber optic technologies.

Mediacom is committed to keeping jobs in the communities the company serves, not outsourcing them overseas like many other service providers. The company's diversified workforce of 3,900 live in the 24 states where mediacom operates. In addition to their keenness to provide a better customer experience, Mediacom is on the go in supporting and volunteering for community initiatives.

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