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Spectrum Internet Ultra

Spectrum Internet Ultra is a mid-tier internet plan that comes with download speeds of up to 400 Mbps. A significant speed boost at a relatively low cost compared to Spectrum Internet, this plan can offer a better online experience and more value.

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What is Spectrum Internet Ultra?

Spectrum Internet Ultra is Spectrum’s mid-level plan available in nearly all Spectrum service areas, offering a significant speed upgrade from their standard internet plan, Spectrum Internet. While not as fast as Spectrum Internet Gig, Spectrum Internet Ultra gives users double the download speed or higher than they’d get with Spectrum Internet.

Spectrum Internet Ultra speeds – up to 400 Mbps

Spectrum Internet Ultra has max advertised download speeds of 400 Mbps with upload speeds of 20 Mbps. In select locations, 300 Mbps will be the max available download speed, but most Spectrum serviceable areas will have access to the 400 Mbps speed tier. 

Spectrum Internet Ultra speeds and pricing details

Spectrum Internet Ultra bundles

Bundling with Spectrum is convenient and it could also save you money on monthly service rates and fees. 

If you’re interested in bundling Spectrum services and want the extra speed that comes with Spectrum Internet Ultra, you’ll have a few bundle options to choose from. You can also add Spectrum home phone to any of the bundles listed below for around $10/mo. extra.

Is Spectrum Internet Ultra worth it?

Going from the Spectrum Internet plan to Spectrum Internet Ultra gives you a significant speed boost for a relatively low monthly price increase. Introductory pricing for Spectrum Internet Ultra is only $20/mo. more than Spectrum Internet, but the max speeds can be two to four times higher. 

Spectrum Internet Ultra gives you more speed for the money

Cost per Mbps is a good indicator of an internet plan’s value. To get cost per Mbps of an internet plan, divide the monthly cost by the max advertised download speeds. For example, the Spectrum Internet Ultra plan has speeds up 400 Mbps starting at $69.99. When you divide the price, $69.99, by the speeds, 400 Mbps, you get an estimated cost per Mbps of $0.17.

Generally, the lower the cost per Mbps, the better the deal. With Spectrum Internet Ultra, you get a lower cost per Mbps than with the standard Spectrum Internet plan.

Spectrum Internet vs. Spectrum Internet Ultra cost per Mbps

400 Mbps supports a better online experience

Upgrading to Spectrum Internet Ultra is not only a better deal from a cost per Mbps standpoint, the speed boost also makes for faster downloads, better streaming quality and less lag when gaming online. 

  • More speed and bandwidth for all – Spectrum Internet Ultra speeds are good for connecting eight to 10 devices.
  • Less buffering, less lag – Spectrum Ultra’s download speeds of up to 400 Mbps give you more time streaming your favorite shows and less time watching that buffering circle.
  • Less time downloading – With double the speed of Spectrum Internet, Spectrum Internet Ultra cuts your download times in half. Download a 30-minute TV episode in under three minutes, or a 2-hour HD movie in less than 10. 

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David Anders

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David Anders

Senior Writer, Broadband Content

David joined the Allconnect team in 2017, specializing in broadband and TV content. As a Senior Writer, David is motivated to making sure our broadband content provides vital information to consumers and helps t… Read more

Shannon Ullman

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Shannon Ullman

Editor, Broadband & Wireless Content

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