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Spectrum Coverage Map
Spectrum is available for 32.2% households across the country. In states, Spectrum is one of the largest internet companies compared to competitors. View the map below to see if Spectrum is available in your area.
Spectrum Coverage Types
Spectrum offers the following types of internet services:
|Type of Internet||% of USA Covered||AVAILABILITY|
|Home Cable||32.22%||Check Availability|
|Home Fiber Optic||0.02%||Check Availability|
With a cable internet connection, Spectrum utilizes the same cables as your TV service to reach your home. Cable internet is widely available across the country and offers improved speeds.
You may also be able to bundle your internet with TV offerings. To find out Spectrum’s bundle options, view plans or call today.
Fiber optic cables are the most advanced of modern internet options. Spectrum leverages optic lines that are created from many small fibers of glass. While fiber internet is not offered as widely, it is the fastest of all the connections because data in fiber optic cables travels at the speed of light.
Spectrum Internet Speeds
Spectrum offers download speeds ranging from 100 mbps to 300 mbps. To make better sense of these speeds, you generally need a minimum download speed of 1 mbps for activities like web browsing and social media. For high-quality Ultra HD 4K video streaming, the baseline is higher at download speeds of 25 mbps. Additionally, Spectrum offers upload speeds ranging from 100 mbps to 300 mbps.
- Includes cable TV, internet and home phone services
- Options of select, silver and gold bundles varying in channel count
Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract, unless otherwise stated. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing may or may not reflect promotional, bundle and/or other offers available. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary.
Spectrum Availability By State
Spectrum is available in 42 states and counting, with the widest network availability in Hawaii covering 96.50. Below are the states with the greatest coverage from Spectrum.
Top States Spectrum Covers
- 96.5% of Hawaii
- 91.8% of Wisconsin
- 89.7% of North Carolina
- 86.3% of Ohio
- 85.3% of Maine
- 82.7% of Kentucky
- 71.3% of Montana
- 67.6% of Wyoming
- 62.8% of Missouri
- 61.6% of South Carolina
Spectrum Availability By City
Spectrum covers 7108 cities across the country. Below are the cities with the highest availability - if you live in one of the cities below, Spectrum is a great service option for your home.
Top Cities Spectrum Covers
Spectrum Availability By Zip
Spectrum covers 11375 zips across the country. Below are the zips with the highest availability - if you live in one of the zips below, Spectrum is a great service option for your home.
Frequently Asked Questions about Spectrum Coverage
The coverage map for Spectrum calculates availability based on serviceability information reported by Spectrum and the populations in the available areas. We calculate availability percentages of Spectrum internet at every geographic level so we give you the most accurate information possible.
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Pricing varies depending on the Spectrum package you choose. Call or explore plans for a more in-depth overview of Spectrum ’s package offers.