Spectrum is one of the largest internet service providers with coverage in 46 states. Spectrum is the name for a new company, created when Charter Communications purchased Time Warner Cable and Bright House. All three companies are now known as Spectrum. Is Spectrum available in your area?
Spectrum Coverage Map
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Spectrum Coverage Types
Spectrum offers the following types of internet service:
|Type of Internet||% of USA Covered|
TV service may also be available in some/all zip codes through bundling. Call for details.
Spectrum Coverage Areas by State
Spectrum covers 4.6% of Texas | 0.2% of Illinois | 3.6% of New York | 6.4% of California | 0.1% of Pennsylvania | 0.1% of Arizona | 0.4% of Indiana | 2.4% of Florida | 2.7% of North Carolina | 0.2% of Oregon | 3.2% of Ohio | 0.2% of Washington | 0.1% of Colorado | 0.2% of Nevada | 0.6% of Tennessee | 0.6% of Georgia | 0.8% of Michigan | 0.9% of Kentucky | 1.5% of Wisconsin | less than .1% of New Mexico | less than .1% of Maryland | 0.2% of Nebraska | less than .1% of Oklahoma | 1% of Missouri | 0.1% of Virginia | 0.3% of Massachusetts | 0.3% of Minnesota | 0.2% of Kansas | 0.2% of Louisiana | 0.5% of Hawaii | 0.1% of New Jersey | 0.7% of Alabama | 0.9% of South Carolina | less than .1% of Idaho | less than .1% of Iowa | less than .1% of Arkansas | less than .1% of Rhode Island | less than .1% of Utah | less than .1% of Mississippi | 0.1% of Connecticut | 0.2% of Montana | 0.1% of New Hampshire | less than .1% of West Virginia | 0.1% of Wyoming | 0.3% of Maine | less than .1% of Vermont
Major Areas Covered
Spectrum has coverage in 13600 cities and 9,381 zip codes. Those with the highest availability are listed below.