Comcast Xfinity vs. Spectrum: Which is better for cable internet?
Cable internet is usually your next best option for a speedy connection at home if fiber isn't available at your address. Among cable providers, the two biggest are Comcast Xfinity and Charter Spectrum, which soared into second place after acquiring Time Warner Cable in 2016. Both providers can claim to offer internet service to about a third of the country, each with a customer base of more than 100 million Americans.
That's big business as far as home internet is concerned -- so which one is the superior option? Let's crunch the numbers on speed and value and dig through the terms, fees and customer service track records to find out. Here's the complete rundown:
Where do Xfinity and Spectrum offer home internet service?
In December of 2019, the Federal Communications Commission reported that Xfinity and Spectrum each offered home internet service to more than 100 million people in the US. With both providers, coverage is most concentrated in the Northeast, the Midwest and the South, but you'll find Xfinity and Spectrum plans available in parts of the West, Southwest …
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