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Jason 1 year ago
Internet is out Prescott Valley 86315

Kimberly Baty 1 year ago
We have had no internet service since Saturday 6/25/22.

Gene Allnutt 1 year ago
No internet since last night Prescott Valley Arizona 86314

TRISH 1 year ago
Still no internet chino valley 86323

Jim 1 year ago
Internet still out! Why does this keep happening? 86323 Chino

Tyler 1 year ago
Fiber towers fell over in Phoenix that provide the bandwidth to Mile High Networks. Engineers are on-site. Estimated recovery time is Tuesday morning.

Dolf 1 year ago
Internet still down . Williamson Valley 86305

Ana R 1 year ago
No internet since last night. Hail storm caused the problem?

Lacey 1 year ago
86334 no internet all morning!

Mary 1 year ago
Lonesome Valley 86315 No internet

Tim 1 year ago
No internet. Saddleview

Alysia 1 year ago
86315 coyote springs out

Jim 1 year ago
Again, no internet. 86323 Chino

Andrew k 1 year ago
No connection Paulden 86334

Josh L 1 year ago
No connection - Prescott valley 86315

David Vonderbecke 1 year ago
No Connectivity in Chino Valley Arizona 86323

Kristine 1 year ago
Day 2 with no connectivity

Leslie 1 year ago
Internet outage 86323 approximately 7:00/7:30p 3/18/2022

L. Friesen 1 year ago
Multiple outages at the most inopportune times and for ridiculously long periods. Very irritating. Paulden, 86334

Robert D Mousseau 1 year ago
Constantly, intermittent outages. Really tired of hearing the wife & daughter complaining. Second rate service. Would only recommend as last resort. Dewey, Az

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About Mile High Networks

Mile High Networks is an internet service provider, offering various connectivity solutions to its customers. Like other ISPs, users of Mile High Networks might occasionally face disruptions in their service.

Possible Network and Internet Issues with Mile High Networks:

1. Service Outages: There could be times when Mile High Networks experiences widespread service outages, making it impossible for users to connect to the internet.
2. Slow Internet Speed: Users might occasionally experience slower than expected internet speeds.
3. Connectivity Drops: Some users might face intermittent drops in their internet connectivity.
4. Login Issues: Challenges related to logging into the customer portal or account management system.

Troubleshooting Tips for Mile High Networks Users:

1. Check Official Channels: Mile High Networks may post updates about any ongoing outages or maintenance activities on their official website or social media channels.
2. Restart Modem/Router: A simple restart of the modem or router can sometimes resolve minor connectivity issues.
3. Check Cables: Ensure that all cables connecting your devices and the modem/router are securely plugged in.
4. Verify Network Settings: Ensure that the settings on your devices are correctly configured to connect to the Mile High Networks service.
5. Run a Speed Test: Use online tools to check your internet speed and see if it matches your subscribed plan.
6. Contact Customer Support: If you're unable to resolve the issue using the above steps, reach out to Mile High Networks' customer support for further assistance.

Although disruptions can be frustrating, understanding the potential issues and knowing how to troubleshoot them can help Mile High Networks users address and resolve challenges more efficiently.

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Outage history

Reported outages on 22.02.2024:
There were a total of 1 outages at Mile High Networks. The most frequently affected cities were: Phoenix
Reported outages on 20.02.2024:
There were a total of 4 outages at Mile High Networks. The most frequently affected cities were: Phoenix
Reported outages on 19.02.2024:
There were a total of 6 outages at Mile High Networks. The most frequently affected cities were: Phoenix
Reported outages on 18.02.2024:
There were a total of 1 outages at Mile High Networks. The most frequently affected cities were: Mesa

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