Compare Buckeye Berea Cable
|When You Choose Time Warner Cable, You Lose these DIRECTV Features:|
Custom Installation Extra
|FREE Premium Channels for 3 months
with qualifying packages
|2015 NFL SUNDAY TICKET Included
with CHOICE™ Package and above
|FREE GENIE® HD DVR Upgrade
Advanced receiver fee required. Minimum 2-room setup required.
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Buckeye Cable serves customers as a provider of cable TV, Internet, and phone services in areas across Ohio and southeast Michigan. They offer customizable packages for businesses as well as providing a number of residential services. The company services thousands of people and has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio.
Buckeye Berea Services
Buckeye offers customers cable television, Internet, and phone packages. There are both business and residential packages available. In its markets, the company also offers exclusive, award-winning local news via the online newspaper The Blade, for customers to access. The residential services include the following offers.
Buckeye Cable TV
Cable packages provided by Buckeye Berea offer various channel offerings and extras depending upon selection. Customers need only a Digital or High Definition converter or DVR and a remote control to use the channels provided by Buckeye.
Standard cable: This option has over 70 channels with 24/7 local customer care and no contract or equipment to buy.
Digital TV: This option has over 200 channels, and offers the benefits of standard cable in addition to on demand shows and movies, premium channels, Spanish language programming, 40 plus music channels, and sports options.
Internet packages offered by Buckeye Berea include High Speed Internet with speeds up to 110 Mbps. There are five packages available, each of which include free email accounts and mail storage.
800 Kbps/100 Kbps: with download speeds up to 800 Kbps and 6 Email accounts with 5 GB of mailbox storage. It is best for those who only need the Internet for basic tasks, such as email.
9 Mbps/2 Mbps: with download speeds up to 9 Mbps, this option has 10 Email accounts and 5 GB of mailbox storage. It works for multi-user households and small downloads or uploads.
26 Mbps/3Mbps: with download speeds up to 26 Mbps, this package has 12 Email accounts and 5 GB of mailbox storage. This works well for multi-user households and moderate streaming and downloading.
Buckeye 1: with download speeds up to 50 Mbps, this package has 15 Email accounts and 5 GB of mailbox storage. This is best for those who will be streaming, uploading, and downloading videos, pictures, and similar media.
An even faster Buckeye1 plan with speeds up to 110 Mbps is on the horizon.
Buckeye Berea Home Phone
Home Phone plans allow customers to place calls with unlimited local and long distance calling that includes the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, and per minute long distance calling. The home phone plans also include features such as Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, and 3-Way Calling—with the premium package including the most features in the price.
Buckeye has availability limited largely to Ohio and southeastern Michigan. Take a look at neighboring cities to see where else Buckeye service is available:
|Briggs||Brook Park||Brooklyn||Columbia Station|
|Fairview Park||Lakewood||Linndale||Middleburg Heights|
|Midpark||North Olmsted||North Royalton||Olmsted Falls|
|Olmsted Twp||Parkview||Parma||Parma Heights|
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Customers have several options to choose from when it comes to selecting the right cable TV, phone, and internet provider. It is best to compare different companies to find the one best suited for a particular household. Visit the Buckeye website to understand their offers and service areas.
Data collected 11/25/2014 from http://www.buckeyecablesystem.com/