Comcast rolls out multi-gig internet

Robin Layton

Sep 12, 2022 — 1 min read

Cities in Colorado, Georgia and Florida are in first launch.

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Expected to reach 50 million homes and businesses before the end of 2025, internet service provider Comcast announced their new multi-gig internet service this month.

Comcast is immediately rolling out download speeds up to 2 gigs to be available in 34 cities and towns before the end of this year and to more than 50 million homes and businesses within three years.

According to Comcast’s news release, “Initial rollouts are already underway in Colorado Springs, CO; Augusta, GA; and Panama City Beach, FL, with more launched at a regular cadence through the end of the year.”

For their Xfinity customers, this means “extending new multi-gigabit network speeds throughout the home with the multi-gig-capable Wi-Fi 6E Gateway, xFi connected home platform and xFi Pod Wi-Fi extenders.”

Comcast also announced they will launch 10G multi-gig symmetrical connections to customers beginning in 2023, work they have been spearheading for several years. 

“10G will deliver so much more than just speed,” said Elad Nafshi, EVP & Chief Network Officer at Comcast Cable. “The digitization and virtualization work we are doing today is already enhancing our customers’ connected experiences and delivering better performance.”

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Robin Layton

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Robin Layton

Editor, Broadband Content

Robin Layton is an editor for the broadband marketplace Allconnect. She built her internet industry expertise writing and editing for four years on the site, as well as on Allconnect’s sister site … Read more