Connect Your Life with Midco Internet
Get connected – and fast. With Midco’s reliable, high-speed internet, you can connect all your devices and enjoy unbelievable download speeds – up to 1 Gbps! Whether you’re a gamer, love to stream Netflix or you just use the internet for social media and email, we have an internet package to fit your needs.1
Take Control of Your Wi-Fi
Get the freedom to connect anywhere in your home with Midco FreestyleSM Wi-Fi. Our whole-home Wi-Fi experience combines our high-speed internet with advanced network visibility and support. Want more? You also get the Midco Wi-Fi app – letting you pause Wi-Fi access, block devices and troubleshoot from your smartphone.2
Get More with Midco Gig
How many devices do you have connected to your home network? The average household has at least five internet-connected devices for every person. Midco Gig lets all the people in your home – and all of your devices – search, stream, download and game at the same time without being impacted by each other's online activity.
1 Customer is responsible for modem purchase or lease required for Midco internet. Modem lease price is $6/mo. for standard modem or $8/mo. for wireless. A DOCSIS 3.0 modem is required to connect multiple devices (up to 100). A DOCSIS 3.1 modem is required for Midco Internet 500 and Midco Gig Internet. Actual internet speeds may vary depending on your computer or mobile device’s capacity, the number of devices accessing the internet at once and web traffic. Speeds may also be impacted by third-party equipment (such as your computer or router). Installation is $50.
2 Monthly price includes modem, extenders (if needed) and app access. Professional installation is required. Customer must have Midco Internet 50 or higher. Subscription to Midco Freestyle Wi-Fi required to use the app. The app will only work when connected to a customer’s home network.
3 Netflix ISP Speed Index – November 2018.
4 Service speeds are based on hardwired devices. You may not see full speed capabilities when using Wi-Fi. Older devices on your network connection can cause all other devices to run at the same slower speed. Some devices just cannot obtain the faster wireless speeds, so know your devices' limitations.