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Member Spotlight: Service Electric Cablevision Boosts Internet Speeds, Launches 2 Gig Service

Service Electric Cablevision, Inc., a leading Internet, TV, and Phone service provider, and member of the Columbia Montour Chamber, announced speed increases for many of its residential Internet tiers, including 2 Gbps download speeds. Beginning November 1st, the company is making the following speed upgrades in all communities at no additional cost.

  • 50M increases to 100M
  • 100M increases to 200M
  • 200M increases to 300M
  • 300M increases to 400M
  • 500M increases to 600M
  • 1.5 Gig increases to 2 Gig

The company will automatically increase speeds effective November 1st. Customers may begin enjoying the speed upgrades sooner with a quick cable modem reset by disconnecting/reconnecting the power cord from the back of their modem. Some customers may need to upgrade their equipment to receive the faster speeds. “We have made significant investments in our network and we are dedicated to delivering the fastest, most reliable Internet service to give customers in our communities the ability to connect more technology in their homes and businesses, both now and in the future.” said Scott Young, Director of Marketing, Service Electric Cablevision. “As the average number of connected devices and data consumption per household increases, the rollout of 2 Gig speeds provides more bandwidth and an improved network experience to meet this growing demand”. For more information on SECV’s Internet offerings, please visit


About Service Electric Cablevision

Service Electric Cablevision, Inc. (SECV) is a leading Pennsylvania provider of residential and business Internet, TV, and Phone services and the founder of the cable television industry. SECV continues to deliver new and improved content and products to its customers. The company offers Internet download speeds up to 2 Gig, Plume Whole-Home Wi-Fi, IPTV with Cloud DVR powered by TiVo, convenient features like TV Everywhere (TVE), and more. SECV serves over one hundred (100) Pennsylvania communities in three operating regions with local employees. For more information, please visit

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