High Speed Internet
Cable Modem High Speed Internet Access Pricing
Eleisure provides its customers high speed internet service utilizing your TV cable. This high speed connection allows you to enjoy the benefits the internet has to offer. Swap music, download movies, order gifts even talk on the phone to friends in other companies. Eleisure makes it affordable to get connected!
This high speed always on connection allows you to determine the level of service you desire based upon the internet speed your require and the amount of money you desire to spend. There is no equipment to buy, installation for any program listed below is $40.00 with a one year contract!
If you already have a Docsis 1.0 cable modem just go to our sign up sheet to register on-line. You can then waive the installation fee, plug in your cable modem and start surfing!
|Dial up account - Free with any subscription below||$0.00|
|Basic Service - 128 Kbps down/64 Kbps up Burst||$15.00/mo.|
|Premium Service - 512 Kbps down/256 Kbps up Burst|
(Premium Level Priority)
|Basic Electronic Messaging Service (Email)||Included w/two|
|Additional Email Accounts (optional)||$5.00/mo.|
|Additional 15MBs of Storage 25 MBs Total (optional)||$3.00/mo.|
|Additional Static IP Addresses Each (optional)||$20.00|
|Domain Name Based Email (optional) Each Account||$5.00/mo.|
|Basic Installation: With Active/Existing Jacks|
Relocation of Jack (optional)
*Transmission speeds will vary and are not guaranteed. Due to the sophisticated nature of all high-speed data services, Leisure Life cannot warrantee uninterrupted or error-free service. Cancellation of service prior to the end of the one year contract will result in a cancellation fee of $75.00.
bps: bits per second
Dial-up: The older technology for connecting to the internet where a modem in your PC acts like a phone and actively dials up a host server. Dial-up service ties up a phone line causing many users to order multiple lines. Speeds typically range from 14.4 kbps per second to a maximum of 56 kbps.
Domain name: A registered name that is given to an Internet address so that the address is easy to remember. It typically ends in .com, .net or .org. Examples of domain names are yahoo.com, aol.com, travelocity.com, etc.
Download: To receive a file transmitted over a network.
Downstream/Upstream: Identifies that data rate from a server to (down) and from (up) the end-user. The higher the number, the faster the speed.
IP Address: An Internet address that is a unique number consisteing of four parts separated by dots sometimes called a "dotted squad." Each of the four parts is a number from 0 to 255. Every Internet host computer has an IP address that acts Re a "phone" number in routing data over networks.
ISP: Internet Service Provider. An organization that provides acess to the Internet.
Kbps: Kilobits per second = 1000 bits per second.
MB: Megabyte. A unit of measure equal to 1,048,576 bytes. Measuring the number of megabytes tells the size, capacity or speed of a file, hard drive or memory.
Mbps: Million bits per second - 1,000,000 bits per second.
Modem: A device that when placed on the ends of a communication medium allows communications signals to be sent and understood in both directions.
NIC: Network Interface Card. The typical internal card used to connect PCs to networked devices. High Speed Internet Access uses an Ethernet NIC to connect the personal computer to your cable.
Static IP: Internet Protocol address that remains the same every time a user logs onto the Internet, a "fixed" address that enables a user to "host" a website.