There are 2 internet providers operating in Red Level, the most popular being Mediacom Cable. Mediacom Cable offers cable internet service. In 26 recent tests, on average, we have been seeing 19 Mbps for download speeds and 7 Mbps for upload speeds for Mediacom Cable customers. In addition to Mediacom Cable, DSL and fiber internet service is also available from CenturyLink.
While these are the real speeds we have been seeing in our research, there are many factors that go into the actual download and upload speeds you will encounter.
Mediacom Cable is the most popular provider in Red Level offering cable internet service. Users have been getting 19 Mbps for download speeds and 7 Mbps for upload speeds over 26 recent tests.
Mediacom Cable has the 2nd fastest average download speed, the 2nd fastest average upload speed, and the lowest latency out of all of the providers in Red Level. 38% of users saw download speeds between 100-250 Mbps, and 36% of users saw upload speeds slower than 5 Mbps.
|Date||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Latency|
|September 18, 2023||4 Mbps||7 Mbps||32 ms|
|September 15, 2023||236 Mbps||168 Mbps||30 ms|
|September 14, 2023||248 Mbps||272 Mbps||28 ms|
|September 13, 2023||255 Mbps||268 Mbps||29 ms|
|September 12, 2023||198 Mbps||54 Mbps||30 ms|
|September 11, 2023||267 Mbps||273 Mbps||30 ms|
|September 3, 2023||19 Mbps||3 Mbps||32 ms|
CenturyLink is the 2nd most popular provider in Red Level offering DSL and fiber internet service. Users have been getting 38 Mbps for download speeds and 46 Mbps for upload speeds over 1 recent tests.
CenturyLink has the fastest average download speed, the fastest average upload speed, and the 2nd lowest latency out of all of the providers in Red Level. 100% of users saw download speeds between 25-50 Mbps, and 100% of users saw upload speeds between 25-50 Mbps.
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