Comcast announced today that it has increased speeds for its most popular Xfinity Internet tiers, providing an extra boost for customers in South Florida.
These increases are a part of Comcast’s strategy to support growing consumer demand for super-fast, high-capacity Internet connections that can handle the steadily rising number of connected devices in homes across the country.
The following upgrades will go live automatically at no additional cost:
- Performance Starter speeds will double to 50 Mbps
- Performance speeds will double to 100 Mbps
- Blast speeds will increase from 200 Mbps to 300 Mbps
- Extreme speeds will increase from 400 Mbps to 600 Mbps
- Extreme Pro speeds will increase from 800 Mbps to 900 Mbps
- Gigabit Pro speeds will increase from 2 Gbps to 3 Gbps
“Faster speeds will give South Florida Xfinity Internet customers additional capacity to power all their connected devices, including everything from laptops, tablets and mobile phones to smart home devices like appliances, thermostats and even exercise equipment,” said Javier Garcia, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Comcast in Florida. “With increased speeds, plus cybersecurity protection, in-home WiFi controls and wall-to-wall WiFi coverage, Xfinity provides customers with unmatched value for their internet service.”
Comcast’s Xfinity Internet service is delivered using Comcast’s existing network architecture and the connections that are already in most customers’ homes – no digging up streets, sidewalks or yards required. Over the last decade, Comcast has invested nearly $30 billion to build an expansive, fiber-dense network comprised of 191,000 route miles that carries an immense amount of traffic and has demonstrated extraordinary performance throughout the pandemic and has doubled its network capacity every two and a half years to stay well ahead of consumer demand.