Continuum
  • North Carolina ISP
  • No contracts or data caps
  • Mix-and-match bundle deals
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Continuum Overview

Continuum is an ISP that offers internet, TV, and phone services to local residents of three North Carolina markets: Cornelius, Davidson, and Moorseville. To help you decide if Continuum is right for you, we breakdown the different plans and pricing it currently offers.

Internet

Continuum Internet

  • Plans starting at $55.00/mo.
  • Speeds up to 500 Mbps
  • Unlimited data
TV

Continuum TV

  • Up to 150+ channels
  • Add DVR for $9 extra
  • Set-top box required
Bundles

Continuum Bundles

  • Triple Plays starting at $90/mo.
  • Cheaper install fee with bundles
  • Customizable bundles

Continuum Internet: Flexible Plans for Every Lifestyle

If you dislike ISPs that attempt to fit you in a box with their plans, Continuum may throw you for a loop. It offers high-speed internet, cable TV, and phone services any which way you’d like to slice them. You can sign up for one of their pre-bundled deals or choose the exact amount of each service a-la-carte style, so what you pay for is exactly what you want. 

Continuum offers six different download speeds: 50 Mpbs, 100 Mbps, 150 Mbps, 200 Mbps, 300 Mbps, and 500 Mbps. All of its plans also come with unlimited data and no annual contracts, which gives those on a budget or always on the move a little wiggle room to switch at any time.

Of all of Continuum’s deals, the best bang for your buck would be its Triple play starting at just $90/mo. That’s almost unheard of for internet, TV, and phone combined. This plan comes with 200Mbps/10Mbps speeds, unlimited phone, and its Expanded TV tier with 150+ channels. It’s a middle-of-the-road plan with solid features.

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Continuum Coverage Area

Continuum is a small, local internet service provider based out of Moorseville, North Carolina that serves three towns: Cornelius, Davidson, and Moorseville. Currently, its service area covers approximately 110,000 households and runs on a mixed fiber and cable network. Continuum is a TDS Company, so while it operates as a subsidiary, this provider is part of a larger network.

thumb_upPros

  • check_circleCheap Triple Play bundle
  • check_circleNo contracts or data caps

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  • cancelVery slow upload speeds
  • cancelLimited availability

Continuum Company Details

Continuum is a unique company in that it was created in 2007 by three towns in North Carolina that banded together to create low-cost internet service. The towns of Mooresville, Davidson, and Cornelius agreed to buy out local Time Warner Cable networks and establish an ISP that offers fiber-optic internet, cable TV, and phone services. At the end of 2019, TDS Inc. acquired Continuum, which also owns TDS Telecom, TDS Broadband, and U.S. Cellular. Still, Continuum operates using its own name. Continuum is headquartered in Moorseville and prides itself on its local customer service and all-inclusive plans. It is quite involved in the local communities it serves, with programs like Internet REACH that provide free home internet service to qualifying households with grade-school kids.

Continuum Customer Support

Continuum offers customer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach a customer representative at 704-660-3842 or take advantage of their online resources, including a live chat with an agent, email request forms, and general FAQs.

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Continuum FAQs

Continuum is a local North Carolina provider that serves the towns of Cornelius, Davidson, and Moorseville. To see available ISPs near you, enter your zip code here.

Yes. Continuum offers all three of its services à la carte style, so customers can select a single service plan or bundle multiple services for discounts.

Fiber is the latest internet technology that offers the fastest speeds, greatest home coverage, and most device connectivity among connection types. It uses light, rather than electrical signals, to transfer data along glass fiber cables, which travels at the speed of light. However, despite all its benefits, fiber internet only makes up 1 in 5 internet subscribers in the U.S. today due to the cost of building out fiber-optic networks.

No. Continuum and TDS Telecom are both owned by TDS Inc., however, they operate as independent subsidiaries under their own name brands.