Xfinity availability and coverage map
Xfinity provides service to over 20 million people, covers many major metro areas and offers a variety of different plan tiers. Plus, Xfinity offers TV, home phone and wireless service in select areas. Find out more about Xfinity availability below.
Xfinity coverage map
Ari Howard Last updated: June 22, 2021
Xfinity is the largest U.S. cable internet service provider. Xfinity offers service in these 40 states, plus the District of Columbia. If you’re wondering “Is Xfinity service available near me?” we’ve made it easy to find out if you can get Xfinity at your home. Take a look at the Xfinity internet coverage map below to see if you may be in an Xfinity area.
Xfinity provides internet speeds from 15 to 2,000 Mbps, so there are lots of options regardless of your needs or budget. The average household should be fine with speeds between 25 to 1,000 Mbps (depending on the number of devices and internet users in your home). Xfinity currently has seven internet plans to choose from, ranging from $29.99/mo.* to $299.99/mo.* Check providers by your address to see your options.
Top states Xfinity covers
- District of Columbia (98.9%)
- Maryland (91.7%)
- Massachusetts (89.5%)
- Delaware (87.0%)
- Vermont (84.3%)
- Colorado (84.1%)
- Washington (81.1%)
- Illinois (80.8%)
- Utah (80.4%)
- Pennsylvania (74.8%)
*Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 05/21/21.
Unlimited data allowance
AT&T consumer home internet or Fixed Wireless Internet customers can use unlimited internet data through September 30, 2020.
Self-installation is the default installation option when available for customers.
Temporary speed upgrade
Get a temporary speed upgrade to 50 Mbps when you order Cox 10 & 30 Mbps internet plans. Offers valid through June 30, 2020.
Self-installation encouraged. Select your desired installation date, and a Cox representative will call to confirm or reschedule your appointment.
Safety-first Installation: A Frontier technician will perform your installation with appropriate safety protocols including wearing protective equipment and maintaining social distancing. In taking these precautions, it’s recommended that Frontier customers wear a face mask or face covering for the safety of technicians.
New TV plan
Introducing a new “Local 50” video plan to support contactless installation.
Contactless installation: Mediacom will send an installation kit and a technician to set up a single high-speed data connection, phone, or one local TV channel plan with the help of someone in your home.
Self-installation is encouraged. For professional installation, contact-free delivery is available for work done outside of the home. For customers moving more than 7 days from the date the order is placed, professional installation is available.
Free Contactless Delivery: An Xfinity technician will drop-off your equipment with installation instructions, then perform any outside work. Get your installation fees back in a customer credit for a no-charge installation.
Where is Xfinity Gigabit internet available?
Xfinity Gigabit and Gigapit Pro internet plans are available at speeds up to 1,000 Mbps and 2,000 Mbps, respectively. The Gigabit plan is now available in every Xfinity-covered region. So, if you live in an Xfinity service area, you should be able to sign up for Gigabit service.
The Gigabit Pro plan is a bit more exclusive. It’s currently available in:
What’s the difference between Xfinity Gigabit and Gigabit Pro?
The difference between these two Xfinity internet plans is price, data, speed and availability. In short, the Gigabit Pro reaches speeds of up to 2,000 Mbps, is available in fewer areas and is significantly more expensive. It does, however, have unlimited data, although customers may be required to upgrade their home insert equipment and/or network in order to receive Gigabit Pro speeds.
If Gigabit Pro is not yet available in your area, contact Xfinity customer service to request it.
Xfinity TV availability
Xfinity TV service is available virtually everywhere that Xfinity internet service is offered. Xfinity currently has four TV packages to choose from. Since Xfinity has a broad coverage area, channels and special deals can vary by location.
Is streaming more your style? The Xfinity Stream app lets you access live TV, DVR recordings and more from any mobile device – and it comes included with your Xfinity TV subscription.
Get more value and convenience from your Xfinity package with an Xfinity internet and TV bundle. You also have the choice to bundle home phone, wireless service or home security services in select areas.
Xfinity coverage expansion
For 2021, Xfinity is focusing on expanding internet access to underserved communities in order to help address the digital divide. Not only is Xfinity expanding coverage in rural areas of the U.S., such as Snohomish County in Washington state, but also to low-income students across the country through “Lift Zones.”
A Lift Zone is a space set up by Xfinity that provides low-income students with Wi-Fi access. By the end of 2021, Xfinity plans to roll out over 1,000 Wi-Fi-connected Lift Zones in local community centers to ensure students are able to complete assignments and take classes online.
Xfinity availability FAQs
Xfinity currently has seven internet plans to choose from:
- Performance Starter – up to 25 Mbps
- Performance Internet – up to 100 Mbps
- Performance Pro – up to 150 Mbps
- Blast!® Internet – up to 200 Mbp
- Extreme Pro Internet – up to 600 Mbp
- Gigabit Internet – up to 1,000 Mbp
- Gigabit Pro Internet – up to 2,000 Mbps
Xfinity internet costs between $29.99/mo.*-$299.99/mo.* The rental fee for an Xfinity modem is $14/mo.*, or you can look into purchasing your own equipment. Installation fees or other hidden charges may apply. Xfinity also offers an affordable internet plan starting at $9.95/mo.* for qualified customers.
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Written by:Ari Howard
Associate Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content
Ari is an Associate Writer for the Allconnect team, focusing on broadband and wireless news, as well as broadband and TV provider deals. She recently graduated from Davidson College with a bachelor’s degree in… Read more
Edited by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband Content
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