Medina is a medium size city with both blue- and white-collar employees. Residents are very well-educated and upper-middle income. Residents rely on their internet connection to pursue advanced degrees and move up the ladder in their chosen career. Compared with 88% of Ohio, 100% of Medina residents have access to high-speed services.
Frontier FiOS reaches 100% of residents with DSL connectivity and is the sole provider in the area. The major cable provider in the area is Armstrong. The offer cable internet to 100% of Medina homes. Time Warner Spectrum has a small share of the cable internet market, reaching 1% of homes along I-71. Fiber optics are not yet available in the area.
Commercial users in Medina have additional options. Megapath provides copper wire and DSL connections. In addition, fiber optics are being introduce to commercial users. Currently, Level 3 Communications reaches 9% of businesses in the area with their fiber optics connection.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Medina
Armstrong offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
I tried to have internet installed as a gift to my father way before Christmas (October 2018) - after prepaying, on 3 separate occasions the technicians were no call no shows on 4 hour window scheduled appointments over a month timeframe... at that point, of course I cancelled services, and spent no less than 2 hours each on the phone on 2 separate occasions to get refunded (the first time I waited the 2 weeks after calling without the promised refund being refunded, then had to start over, and was finally refunded) I have since been receiving bills and past due notices of services never rendered, and again spent numerous hours on phone to have bills ceased, constantly getting routed in a loop and/or being told I'd get transferred to the proper department only to be routed back to the first menu... the actual people I talked to in customer service have been nice, and I stay calm and polite, but as far as this company as an whole, is the most unprofessional, back alley dealing swindlers I wish I had never come across... this experience has been enormously stressful, and is still not resolved as I just received yet another bill with threats to go to collections... It's January 16, 2019... I urge everyone to get their cable/internet services through another company, and avoid this nightmare and farce of a company called Frontier...
I am copying and pasting this, along with a copy of my bill today, and will continue to do so on all media platforms I can until my billing for services I've not received, for an account that has been cancelled due to no installation, and therefore zero service, has stopped... at this point, an apology from Frontier would be welcome, actually, expected... my name is Jason Wish, and the service area is northeast Ohio
Internet is slow, but it is all that is offered, except Time Warner, in the township where we live.
Some devices won't pick up signal at all.
Lightning hit tree and elec. comp. cut cable wire; Frontier monkey-rigged then did not return for 4 months to fix it properly.
We don't have much choice.