Our FAQ’s are included to help answer some of your questions. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact your Mid Century Fiber representative.
Questions – Please click on each question to view the answer.
2. How does Mid Century Fiber your Community?
3. Is this Mid Century’s first time offering fiber to the home?
4. What services can I get with Mid Century Fiber?
5. What is the process to get fiber to my house/neighborhood?
6. Is Mid Century building in a particular area?
7. Is there a term contract to sign?
8. What is this “Price Lock” offer?
9. What is Pre-Registration?
10. Whats better … fiber optic, cable, DSL, or wireless?
11. If I switch my telephone service to Mid Century, do I get to keep my same phone number?
Mid Century Fiber is a state-of-the-art fiber optic infrastructure that brings fiber optic service all the way to the home. It is the most current technology that is “future proof” and capable of delivering ultra-fast Internet connections. Back to Top ^
As with any utility, having the most capable and reliable infrastructure provides more value to the community and its residents. Having the option for this much capacity attracts businesses that require large amounts of bandwidth for their operations. This may be the same case for residential customers. Customers are constantly needing and demanding higher amounts of bandwidth in their homes. This fiber investment prepares us all for what’s to come in the future. Back to Top ^
No, we started deploying this state-of-the-art technology in 2010. Back to Top ^
Mid Century will offer Internet and Phone service over fiber optics.
After enough interest is shown for a particular neighborhood (through filling out this form), we will start the Pre-Registration phase to determine the level of commitment by a prospective Fiberhood.
During Pre-Registration, we will contact every potential home, to determine how many households are interested in our new fiber optic network and are serious about taking advantage of our services.
After we have reached our commitment requirements for a prospective Fiberhood we will begin construction on your fiber network! Back to Top ^
Our actual construction plans will be based on the interest we receive from communities. When there is enough interest and actual neighborhood commitment, the area will qualify to be a Mid Century Fiberhood. Back to Top ^
No Gimmick Pricing and No Contracts. Plus, if you sign up during Pre-Registration you have the unique opportunity to “Lock in Your Price for 3-year’s on your internet speed.” It’s not a lifetime contract with Mid Century, but it is a price guarantee from Mid Century to you! Back to Top ^
8. What is the “3-Year Price Lock” offer?
The Mid Century “Price Lock” locks in your Internet speed price for 3-years! At the end of the 3-year your price is subject to change to the current standard price. No other provider locks in your price for 3-years, but Mid Century does. 3-year price lock does not include or extend to fees, taxes or surcharges.
9. What is the Pre-Registration?
Pre-Registration is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you. During Pre-Registration, we will contact every potential home in a prospective Fiberhood. This will determine how many households are interested in our new fiber optic network and are serious about taking advantage of our services.
During Pre-Registration, you will be able to take advantage of the unique “3-Year Price Lock” opportunity, and receive free installation ($100 value). Back to Top ^
10. What’s better… fiber optic, cable, DSL, or wireless?
Fiber optic is the fastest Internet option available; it is not shared and provides far greater speeds to enhance your experience. If you use the Internet in any way and have the opportunity to sign up for fiber, you should! You will not be disappointed. We want you to enjoy your experience with Mid Century! Back to Top ^
Absolutely! We will move your telephone number over to us and you do not need to do a thing. Once the number is moved, it automatically notifies your current provider and they will stop their billing. Back to Top ^