Xfinity Coverage Map
Xfinity offers its internet, TV, and Voice services in 40 states in the US. Here is the Xfinity coverage map:
Xfinity has three main broadband services. Here is some info on each one and how they are available.
Xfinity Internet Availability
When Xfinity internet service is available, you will at least have access to internet plans ranging from 50-1200 Mbps.
If you live in a city, you might also have access to Xfinity’s Gigabit Pro plan. This internet plan will give you 6000 Mbps.
For more information, check out our full page on Xfinity internet service!
Xfinity TV Availability
If Xfinity TV is available, you will have access to everything Xfinity offers in channels and features (for TVs).
The pricing will, however, vary a lot from location to location. So make sure you get the best deal available for you.
Learn more about Xfinity TV.
Xfinity Voice Availability
Xfinity’s Voice service is the same as their TV. Either you have it or not. But if you have Xfinity Internet, you will have access to their Voice (and TV) service.
To learn more, read our article on Xfinity Voice.
Xfinity Bundles Availability
Bundles will always be available for you with any Xfinity service available. This is because all their services use the same infrastructure.
To learn which bundle is best, read our article on Xfinity Bundles.
Availability by State
Xfinity is available in 40 states. Here they are:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Availability by City
Xfinity is also available in some of the major cities. Here are some of them:
- Los Angeles
- New York
- San Antonio
- San Diego
- San Francisco
What Broadband Services Does Xfinity Offer?
Xfinity offers internet, TV, and Voice (VoIP) service.
Their internet service will provide you with an internet connection to your home for online streaming, browsing, video calls, and emailing. It will also provide access to the Xfinity Flex device and Peacock Premium.
The TV service will give you access to up to 265+ channels with your TV. And their Voice service will provide your home with a clear telephone line with the possibility of speaking with people all over the globe.
Xfinity Internet vs. Xfinity TV Coverage
The coverage of Xfinity’s internet service and TV service will be the same. This means that you will have access to the other if you have one.
This is because Xfinity uses the same infrastructure for both services. Moreover, if you have access to TV and the internet, you will also access Xfinity’s Voice service.
Xfinity Internet Speeds & Packages
The name and the price of each internet plan package differ all over the country with Xfinity. But here are the two names each internet plan can have and the download speed and upload speed.
|Internet Plan||Download Speed||Upload Speed|
|Connect/Performance Starter||50 Mbps||5 Mbps|
|Connect More/Performance||100 Mbps||5 Mbps|
|Fast/Performance Pro||300 Mbps||10 Mbps|
|Superfast/Blast!||600 Mbps||15 Mbps|
|Ultrafast/Extreme Pro||900 Mbps||20 Mbps|
|Gigabit Extra||1200 Mbps||35 Mbps|
|Gigabit Pro||6000 Mbps||6000 Mbps|
Where is Xfinity Gigabit Pro Internet Available?
Xfinity’s 3 Gbps internet plan is only available in these cities:
- Chico, CA
- Fresno, CA
- Marysville, CA
- Merced, CA
- Modesto, CA
- Monterey, CA
- Sacramento, CA
- Salinas, CA
- San Francisco, CA
- Santa Barbara, CA
- Stockton, CA
- Atlanta, GA
- Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Jacksonville, FL
- Miami, FL
- West Palm Beach, FL
- Chicago, IL
- Anderson, IN
- Bloomington, IN
- Columbus, IN
- Knoxville, TN
- Nashville, TN
- Elkhart, IN
- Fort Wayne, IN
- Gary, IN
- Hammond, IN
- Indianapolis, IN
- Kokomo, IN
- Lafayette, IN
- South Bend, IN
- Chattanooga, TN
The plan costs 299.95$/month and provides you with 6000 Mbps download speed, and 6000 Mbps upload speed.
Such speed won’t be necessary for a normal household. Still, it’s a good option if you are a medium to large business.
Gigabit vs. Gigabit Pro
The speed is the biggest difference between Xfinity’s Gigabit and the Gigabit Pro plan.
Gigabit provides you with 1200 Mbps download and 35 Mbps upload speed, while the Gigabit Pro plan gives you 6000 Mbps download and 6000 Mbps upload speed.
Gigabit Pro also has no data caps (Gigabit has 1.2 Terabit).
Moreover, Gigabit Pro uses fiber optic internet while Gigabit uses cable internet to provide your data.
Unsurprisingly, Gigabit Pro is way more expansive compared to the Gigabit plan. It costs you $299.95/month compared to Gigabit, which costs between $70-$109.99/month.
The only reason you should get the Gigabit Pro internet plan is if you need a very high upload speed. This will mostly be the case for business. So very few households should need it.
Xfinity Coverage Expansion
For 2022 and beyond, Comcast Xfinity plans to expand its broadband coverage aggressively. .
They will mostly grow in the Northeast parts of the country, with states like Vermont being on the frontline.
And according to their CEO, they will also expand to parts of the country that already have Fiber optics internet.
FAQ About Xfinity Availability
Here are some common questions about Xfinity’s coverage.
What should I do if Xfinity isn’t available in my area?
Most likely, there will be other providers available. So unless you know Xfinity is soon to start serving your area, you will have to go with another provider.
Don’t worry; they will most likely be fine too!
Is Xfinity nationwide?
Xfinity is not nationwide but rather operates in 40 out of the 50 states in the US. That said, they are pretty close to nationwide.
How do I find out if Comcast is available in my area?
The best way to check your Xfinity availability is to go to their website and check for yourself.
Is Xfinity available in rural areas?
Xfinity is available in many rural areas but far from all. To know if you have Xfinity, either call them or check on their website.
Xfinity is one of the largest providers in the US. So the chance that they are available for you is pretty big.
To be sure, visit their website and enter your address. There you will learn what is available to you.