Choosing a package shouldn’t be difficult. We’ve made our package descriptions as straight forward as possible to help you find a plan that meets your needs.
All speeds are “up to” and not guaranteed. Some speeds may not be available in all areas.
Choose the perfect Package
Faster speeds with a reliable connection you can count on.
*All customers on copper will have an “up-to” 25/1 Mbps until converted to fiber
*An additional $9.99 will be added on to residential packages for our Wireless Network Management System unless Opted Out
All price packages include 1 Static IP Address
*An additional $9.99 will be added on to business packages for our Wireless Network Management System unless Opted Out
Upgrade to Symmetric
Go symmetric for the same upload and download speed for only $20/mo.
4 Static IP Addresses
Upgrade to four static IP addresses instead of just one for $20/mo.
13 Static IP Addresses
Upgrade to 13 static IP addresses instead of just one for $35/mo.
What is Fiber Internet?
Fiber internet is the fastest residential internet technology available today. How does it work? Fiber gets its name from using fiber-optic lines. These “fiber” lines are cables that contain strands of glass that transmit light at designated intervals to relay digital code from one end to the other.
This technology allows for internet speeds that far surpass what you get from DSL or cable.
What is wireless network management?
Wireless Network Management is a smart, high quality router system that acts as your wireless connection. This system gives the technicians at MDTC the ability to remotely troubleshoot any connection problems, saving you time, money, and frustration. Don’t forget about the added parent controls and access point possibilities!
No Data Caps.
Concerned about meeting your data cap for your cell phone each month? Don’t worry. We don’t do that. You’re paying for a high speed internet connection, and we expect you to use it. So go ahead and download those 15 hours of cat videos set in your YouTube queue.
We’ve got you covered.
What internet speed
do I need?
Here’s a helpful breakdown of what each speed means by number of users and devices. We believe that the lowest speed that someone should have is 50 Mbps. Why? 50 Mbps allows one to four users to have a stable connection on their devices while still having bandwidth leftover for a video stream or an over-the-top service, like Netflix or Hulu.
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