Mediacom, which competes with many municipal broadband providers in Iowa, says its increasing its download speeds without changing rates.
According to a news release issued last week, the New York-based company will be bumping up the download speeds on all its tiers except for its gigabit tier of services.
The company is also doubling the download speeds for the Connect2Compete Plus (C2C+) tier from 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps. C2C+ is available to qualifying households for $30 per month. The service is designed to work in conjunction with the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) which provides a corresponding $30 monthly benefit ($75 in Tribal Areas) to help eligible households pay for broadband access.
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