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Spectrum Internet Plans & Pricing

Check the Faster Options

Spectrum Internet relies mainly on a hybrid fiber-coaxial cable network to deliver a connection to your home. The provider offers three unique speed tiers at three different prices. None of them comes with a data cap, and none requires you to sign a contract. Take a look at the entire range of Spectrum Internet speeds―and see if its time to move up!

Spectrum Internet Plans Max Download/Upload Speed Promo Price
Spectrum Internet Standard 300/10 Mbps
$49.99/mo. for 12 mos.* with Auto Pay
Spectrum Internet Ultra 500/20 Mbps
$69.99/mo. for 24 mos.* with Auto Pay
Spectrum Internet Gig 1 GigΔ/35 Mbps
$79.99/mo. for 24 mos.* with Auto Pay

Cities with the Fastest Spectrum Speed Test Results

Spectrum is the safest choice overall—thanks to its fast speeds, straightforward pricing, unlimited data, and widespread coverage in major metro areas on the East and West coasts. Spectrum's network covers parts of 41 states, with the fastest speeds in the following cities.

City Max. Advertised Download Speed Actual Download Speed
(as delivered)
Lattimore, North Carolina 1,000 Mbps 931 Mbps
Venice, Florida 1,000 Mbps 883 Mbps
Garden Grove, California 1,000 Mbps 870 Mbps
Gardena, California 1,000 Mbps 824 Mbps
Mauldin, South Carolina 1,000 Mbps 802 Mbps

How Much Speed Do You Really Need?

Whether you're moving to a new place or just shopping around for new options, trying to get the right Internet plan for your home may get more confusing than what you could possibly imagine.

The rule is simple: Pay for what your Internet usage requires, which prompts the question: How much Internet speed do you really need?

Internet Speed No. of Supported Users
25 Mbps 1-2
100 Mbps 3-4
200 Mbps 4-5
500 Mbps 5+
1,000 Mbps 5+
Everyday Online Activities Minimum Download Speed Requirement
  • Checking email
  • Browsing the web
1-5 Mbps
  • Streaming HD content
5-25 Mbps
  • Streaming 4K content
  • Competitive online gaming
40-100 Mbps
  • Streaming 4K content
  • Competitive online gaming
  • Downloading very large files
200 Mbps

What Can You Do with Spectrum Internet Speeds?

Internet Standard

Best for small to mid-sized families―browse fast, get to your email instantly or enjoy a seamless video chat with family and friends!

Internet Ultra

Best for mid-sized households with more enthusiastic Internet users and many connected devices―enjoy streaming your TV favorites in 4K or take the pleasure up a notch with 4K gameplay!

Internet GIG

Best for large families who like to live smart! Everyone in the family can do whatever they love online. And all your smart devices can also rely on the ultra-fast and reliable Spectrum Internet 1 GIG for optimal functioning!

Tips for Getting an Accurate Spectrum Speed Test Result

Always Restart Your Modem/Router and Computer/Device

Restarting your modem and router is the most standard and proactive step to take. Similarly, restarting the device that you’re testing your Internet speed from, also has an impact. An accurate Spectrum speed test relies on the performance of your hardware. And, restarting these devices helps bring them back to the optimal functioning status.

Limit Internet Usage

When running a Spectrum speed test, one of the most important rules is to not use the Internet during that time. No music streaming in the background, smart speaker playing music or Wi-Fi security cameras uploading HD video etc. Just turn off the Internet on all connected devices to get the best speed test results.

Clear Your Browser's Cache

Most speed tests work by uploading or downloading one or multiple files of specific sizes, and calculating the speed based on the time it takes for the activity to complete. If you're testing multiple times in a row, results after the initial one may be affected by those files already existing in the cache. So before running the Spectrum speed test, clear the browser's cache.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spectrum

What is a good speed test result for Spectrum Internet?

A good speed test result for any Internet connection should give you a number that is within a decent range of what your plan promises to deliver. According to the FCC 95% of Spectrum customers experience approximately 94% of the advertised speed, which is quite remarkable for a Cable provider. This is a good benchmark for you to determine whether or not your Spectrum Internet speed test has given you a positive result or otherwise.

Different apps, games, or browsers running in the background can slow your connection. Stop all processes, and clear your cache before you run the test. And if you still face an issue, try resetting your internet modem and/or router using the My Spectrum app, and then re-run the speed test.

The fastest Spectrum speed tier is the Spectrum Internet Gig, which features up to 1 GigΔ Mbps for downloads and 35 Mbps for uploads.

ΔPrice for Gig speed additional. Gig capable modem required for Gig speed. For a list of Gig capable modems, visit ©2024 Charter Communications

†To access 5G, 5G compatible phone and 5G service required. Not all 5G capable phones compatible with all 5G service. Speeds may vary. ©2024 Charter Communications.

*To qualify for the Contract Buyout Program, a customer must order and install a combination of qualifying Video and Internet and / or Voice services; offers not available in all areas. Spectrum’s Mobile Services are not eligible for the buyout program. Offer available to qualifying customers only who have no outstanding obligations to Charter. Payment amount will be determined by the Early Termination Fee on the final bill from the previous provider, not to exceed $500. For Contract Buyout qualifications, go to ©2024 Charter Communications.

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