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Cable Internet Providers

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Providers Offering Cable Service

We've found 449 providers offering Cable service in the US. Below are stats on their coverage and speeds.

XFINITY from Comcast111,564,37640987 mbps
Charter Spectrum102,726,02742940 mbps
Cox Communications21,154,00019940 mbps
Optimum by Altice12,437,9314400 mbps
Mediacom Cable7,604,431221000 mbps
WOW!7,174,627950 mbps
Suddenlink Communications6,821,075191000 mbps
RCN4,129,80971000 mbps
Sparklight (formerly Cable One)3,262,103191000 mbps
Atlantic Broadband1,910,046131000 mbps
Wave Broadband1,908,56431000 mbps
Midco1,317,39451000 mbps
Grande Communications1,283,25211000 mbps
Newwave Communications1,057,6017100 mbps
Armstrong987,98651000 mbps
Service Electric Broadband Cable969,1002150 mbps
Service Electric Cable TV823,18921000 mbps
Windstream649,671491000 mbps
Blue Ridge Communications623,73111000 mbps
Vyve Broadband606,062101000 mbps
GCI Communication556,44311000 mbps
Northland Communications551,5318100 mbps
Buckeye Broadband544,7862300 mbps
En-Touch Systems543,2701115 mbps
TDS Telecom512,94311600 mbps
Service Electric Cablevision438,8701350 mbps
Shentel437,51041000 mbps
Fidelity Communications384,53251000 mbps
Cablelynx Broadband365,917450 mbps
Comporium Communications296,8562500 mbps
Zito Media287,46018200 mbps
Vast Broadband285,5562200 mbps
MaxxSouth Broadband259,771260 mbps
Horry Telephone Cooperative205,3341300 mbps
Consolidated Communications204,8308250 mbps
Blue Stream186,43511000 mbps
Massillon Cable TV170,2411100 mbps
BendBroadband167,0121600 mbps
Hargray Communications166,78321000 mbps
Cable America Missouri144,5792250 mbps
Morris Broadband137,2071100 mbps
Antietam Broadband133,1931200 mbps
Direct Communications128,072420 mbps
Ritter Communications124,3033100 mbps
Continuum104,6111200 mbps
Adams Cable Service101,045250 mbps
TruVista95,9982250 mbps
Inter Mountain Cable91,7933300 mbps
Reserve Telecommunications90,0801300 mbps
USA Communications87,146360 mbps
CAS Cable85,54321000 mbps
NuLink Digital85,0981100 mbps
CTV Beam83,9321102 mbps
Giggle Fiber79,7951500 mbps
Summit Broadband77,53111000 mbps
ComSouth73,728150 mbps
CentraCom72,4892100 mbps
ETC Communications, LLC71,9273150 mbps
OneSource Communications70,808135 mbps
Eagle Communications69,8863100 mbps
Orbitel Communications68,4981200 mbps
ImOn Communications67,223180 mbps
Mid-Hudson Cablevision64,9711300 mbps
Thames Valley Communications63,9231110 mbps
Conway Corporation60,799150 mbps
Home Telecom60,4881150 mbps
Arvig58,0441100 mbps
Long Lines54,4393300 mbps
All West Communications53,4221100 mbps
D&P Communications51,3322110 mbps
Frankfort Plant Board51,2011250 mbps
ATMC50,3021300 mbps
Full Channel49,6121320 mbps
Thacker-Grigsby Telephone49,1001100 mbps
Nittany Media48,2571125 mbps
Troy Cablevision46,441150 mbps
CASSCOMM44,640150 mbps
Bailey Cable TV43,875212 mbps
Spanish Fork Community Network43,5111120 mbps
Rainier Connect42,1741250 mbps
Indco Cable41,84944.0 mbps
Emery Telcom41,800140 mbps
commZoom41,5401100 mbps
LivCom41,364125 mbps
AllensTV41,3471300 mbps
FiberVision Florida41,098190 mbps
Access Cable Television40,4342100 mbps
HBC38,05711000 mbps
USA Communications (Iowa)38,04616.0 mbps
Vision Communications37,474125 mbps
Country Cablevision36,9101100 mbps
Bardstown Cable TV36,3961250 mbps
Consolidated Smart Broadband Systems36,2772500 mbps
Swyft Connect35,893210 mbps
SELCO35,608150 mbps
BELD Broadband34,8991300 mbps
GVTC Communications34,734112 mbps
Satview Broadband34,640110 mbps
Astrea34,54021000 mbps
Golden West Telecommunications34,266150 mbps

How Many Cable Companies are There in the US?

There are 449 Cable Internet service providers in the United States as of 2020. The largest provider in terms of coverage area is XFINITY from Comcast with availability in 40 states and an availability footprint covering 111,564,376 people.

Top Cable Providers in the USA

Cable Internet providers include some of the top telecom companies in the United States, as measured by size. Cable is one of the most common choices for Internet service in suburban and urban areas since it combines relatively fast speeds with relatively low pricing. It isn’t the fastest option in urban centers, and it also isn’t the cheapest. But for many customers, speeds in the 25–250 Mbps range are more than enough. Cable Internet providers are often the cheapest way to get it.

You can find out more about the technology powering Cable Internet providers in our Cable Broadband technical guide.

Cable Companies in your Area

You can check for which of these providers is in your area using the search tool at the top of the page.

While there are hundreds of Cable providers registered with the FCC, most customers will only have access to one. Why? Well, keep in mind that “Cable” service is delivered by former “Cable TV” companies. They use the exact same cables that deliver TV to send digital data and put WiFi in your home. These coaxial Cable lines are privately owned by companies like those listed above. In most cases, only one Cable provider will be connected to any given house.