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Spectrum Availability Map

Spectrum’s network reaches across 41 states—but the service isn’t available for all cities in the states it covers. For the most accurate information about Spectrum’s availability in your area, search by your zip code in the box below.


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Is Spectrum available in my area?

The only way to tell if Spectrum is available in your area is to check your street address. Enter your zip code below to see if Spectrum is available in your neighborhood.

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Can you get Spectrum Internet in the country?

You can get Spectrum in the country if Spectrum has built a cable network in your neck of the woods. Chances are, however, if you live in an isolated, rural area, Spectrum won’t be available. To know for sure, enter your zip code below.

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How fast is Spectrum Internet in my area?

In most areas, Spectrum Internet can reach download speeds of up to 940 Mbps (wireless speeds may vary). To see what internet speeds are available in your area, enter your zip code below.

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What is the cost of Spectrum Internet only?

The cost of Spectrum Internet starts at just $49.99 per month for the first 12 months. That’ll get you up to 200 Mbps (wireless speeds may vary) of download speed, which is pretty good for the price.


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Spectrum Internet® Availability

Spectrum Internet® offers speeds up to 100 Mbps (wireless speeds may vary) for $49.99 per month for 12 months, and is currently available in all Spectrum Markets. Check the map above to see if Spectrum Internet® service is offered in your area.

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Spectrum TV Availability

Spectrum offers three cable TV packages: Spectrum TV® Select, Specrum TV® Silver, and Spectrum TV Gold. These are all offered in the same places you can find Spectrum Internet®. Use the map to find Spectrum cable service areas.

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Is Spectrum available in my area?

The map above will help you know if Spectrum is available where you live. Some cities have only partial Spectrum coverage, so enter your zip code in the box above the map for exact availability.


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Spectrum Merger

Spectrum is a fairly new brand—you may be more familiar with Charter Communications, Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Bright House Networks, which merged in 2016 to form Spectrum. With the combined network of these three providers, Spectrum is now the second-largest cable provider by subscribers in the US.

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