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Residential Internet Packages
Consider the trend towards multiple Internet-connected devices in a household or an office environment consuming content simultaneously. These days, the average home has approximately 5 – 9 connected devices. For them to run properly, it takes bandwidth or the download speed. We’re not going backwards. Bandwidth requirements are increasing. The number of services or devices that need a connection is increasing at a dizzying pace.
An office full of Internet connected workers or a home with a few people online at the same time, including those watching over-the-top services like Netflix or Hulu, watching a video on YouTube, or just trying to order new wind chimes from an online merchant is like having a fire hose open inside the house or office. If you’ve got a garden hose coming into the home or office to feed that, storm clouds gather over your online world.
Ladies and Gentlemen, start your digital engines!
Call toll free 1-844-858-8500 to speak with a member of our zoomCrew for personalized customer support and discuss service availability and options at your address.
“I just got their new equipment for Internet and it’s amazing and fast. Been a customer of the other guys for years and wow what a difference. Fast is an understatement. I recommend them to everyone who wants great Internet service.”- commZoom patron
Up to 100 Mbps download / 10 Mbps upload
Starting at $79.95/month* plus taxes & fees. No contracts. No data limits. FREE MODEM. FREE Installation for a limited time. Prices and offers vary by city.
Call for details 1-844-858-8500.
*Call for specific pricing and offers. 1-844-858-8500 Mon-Fri 9am-6pm.
commZoom “Get Connected” Special
Up to 3 Mbps download – Get online, check e-mails, visit websites. No data limits. No contract. Modem included. Free installation for a limited time.
Starting at $9.95/month* plus taxes/fees.
Call for details 1-844-858-8500.
Upgraded Internet service active in Hondo, Castroville, Pleasanton, Devine, Natalia, Lytle, Bandera, Three Rivers, Goliad and Comfort. Call for specific market pricing and promotional offers.
Internet download speeds are from commZoom’s DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with Ethernet connection. commZoom delivers Internet service to a DOCSIS 3.0 modem. WiFi routing equipment and internal networking is the responsibility of the customer. commZoom does offer an optional all-in-one wifi router/modem at an additional charge. For best results, commZoom recommends an 802.11AC router or an 802.11 N600 or higher router. Speeds produced by wireless routers will differ depending on distance from router, physical obstructions, interference from other wireless devices, number of devices connected to signal, and more. commZoom may restrict the availability of the wireless option to residents of multi-dwelling properties such as apartments and other structures where a high concentration of wireless equipment can create excessive interference. Older generation routers will not necessarily support maximum speeds delivered to the modem.
Ready to go faster than this?
Make some zoom. Zoomer or later, you’ll want more. You’ll need more. commZoom’s Internet is zoomier and we can help get you the zoommpphhh you need. Call us at 1-844-858-8500 or send an e-mail to residentialsales@commZoom.com.
All you really want to know is if your connected devices such as a Smart TV or your computer will do the job you need it to do. Speed determines the quality of the video or movie you’re watching, how long it takes to load a web page, the quality of a video call on Skype, and so on.
Download vs. Upload
The first number commZoom and anyone else shows you, when describing levels of Internet service, is the download speed. They are usually much faster than upload speeds because most Internet users pull things down from the Internet (movies, books, music, e-mails, video, etc.)
If you upload or send out large files or a lot of photos or videos, to the Internet, you’ll want faster upload speeds.
What is Buffering?
When a video or movie is “buffering”, the connection isn’t keeping up with the speeds at which the video, music or other content is being delivered to your screen. When buffering occurs, the device is pausing to collect the data. When/if it catches up, it resumes the playback function. If it happens regularly or repeatedly, it is going to take twice as long to watch the movie or load the page. That doesn’t make for a pleasant experience.
Imagine if you filled your car’s gas tank by attaching the nozzle from the pump to a funnel that fed a straw sized opening to the tank. Think how long that would take to fill up! In a way, this is what is happening when your download speed is inadequate. So speed (primarily download speed) = quality of user experience.