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Internet Speeds You Can Rely On

Day and night, Spectrum delivers high-speed Internet with 99.9% network reliability and speeds up to 1 Gig. 

  • Surf and stream with consistent speeds even at peak times

  • NO monthly limits or overage fees

  • Choose from speeds up to 1 Gig


What Speed Is Right for You?

Find your perfect plan to experience reliable speeds up to 1 Gig with NO data caps, contracts or hidden fees.

Spectrum Internet – Speeds up to 300 Mbps

Power all your devices at home with plenty of bandwidth for streaming.

Spectrum Internet Ultra offers speeds up to 500 Mbps.
Internet Ultra

Lots of speed to stream and support more devices. 

Spectrum Internet Gig offers speeds up to 1 Gbps.
Internet Gig

Everyone can surf, stream and game with our Internet choice that’s built for elite gaming and VR experiences. 

Want to Go Faster?

Choose Internet Ultra or Internet Gig for a 2-year price guarantee. Go faster

You Can Count on Spectrum 24 x 7

Even at peak times, Spectrum delivers faster, more reliable speeds than so-called “5G” Home Internet. See how Spectrum Internet stacks up against cell phone home Internet providers.

Frequently Asked Questions

A good home Internet speed has a starting download speed of 100 Mbps, ideal for households with several users connected on multiple devices at the same time so that you can surf, stream, game and make video calls. The more speed you have, the faster your connection. Spectrum has Internet plans with speeds from 300 Mbps to 1 Gig.

The best download and upload speed for your home depends on how your household uses the Internet, especially during peak times. We recommend a minimum starting download speed of 100 Mbps, and an upload speed of at least 10 Mbps. However, if multiple people in your home regularly perform high-bandwidth activities simultaneously – such as 4K streaming, video calls and large file transfers – you may want an Internet plan with faster download and upload speeds. Spectrum Internet offers plans from up to 300 Mbps to 1 Gig. This article about good download and upload speeds can help you determine which speeds are right for your household.

The following factors can cause slow upload speeds:

  • Outdated computer and/or software
  • Walls, radios and appliances can interfere with WiFi signals
  • Multiple devices connected to your home WiFi network simultaneously
  • Distance between your WiFi router and your device 
  • Using several apps at the same time

For further support and to troubleshoot your Internet connection, click here.

Yes. Spectrum Internet Gig delivers Internet speeds up to 1 Gig, which is the same as 1,000 Mbps.

Spectrum Internet offers plans with speeds up to 300 Mbps, 500 Mbps and 1 Gig (wireless speeds may vary). However, Internet speeds may fluctuate due to Internet traffic, how many devices are connected to your home WiFi network and if those devices are consuming a lot of bandwidth, such as during video calls, HD streaming and downloading files. 

No. 5G Home Internet is wireless Internet, which may have slow speeds during peak periods and signal interruptions caused by radio-frequency interference, the weather conditions and/or physical obstructions. Spectrum Internet is a reliable, wired connection with consistently high speeds 24 x 7.

Cable Internet from Spectrum provides consistently high speeds up to 1 Gig. In fact, according to a recent study by Ookla®, Spectrum’s data analysis confirmed Spectrum Internet had faster and more reliable speeds than both Verizon 5G Home Internet and T-Mobile Home Internet during peak hours.

T-Mobile discloses that new cell phone Internet customers who exceed 1.2TB of data usage for the current billing cycle are prioritized last on the T-Mobile network.[1] They also admit cell phone Internet customers’ video streaming may be more frequently impacted, depending on the extent of network congestion. [1]

Cell phone Internet can fluctuate during peak hours. Spectrum’s analysis of Ookla® Speedtest Intelligence® data revealed cell phone Internet may not consistently maintain broadband speeds over 25 Mbps during peak times. [2]

On the other hand, Spectrum’s analysis of Ookla® data confirmed Spectrum Internet had faster and more reliable speeds than the cell phone Internet provided by both Verizon 5G Home Internet and T-Mobile Home Internet during peak times. [2]