Comcast internet speed was rated “very good” for the second consecutive year in 2018, according to a report from comcast’s broadband internet service provider, Cox Communications.

    Comcast internet performance was rated as good or better by 94 percent of respondents in the study, which was conducted in 2018 and 2019.

    That’s a gain of 10 percentage points over last year’s score.

    Comms report also found that 94 percent respondents said they prefer Comcast to its nearest competitor, AT&T, to boost their internet speeds.

    Coms report also noted that Comcast internet speed ranked “very well” in all regions of the country.

    That included the Northeast, West, South, and Midwest.

    Comps report found that Comcast has had the highest average speed in all areas of the U.S. for the past five years.

    Comcast internet speeds ranked “extremely well” across all regions in 2018.

    Combs internet speed in 2018 was significantly higher than its average speed for the five years before that, when it averaged about 18 megabits per second.

    Comics show a picture of Comcast internet performance, with its logo below, during a panel discussion in the company’s corporate headquarters in New York, April 18, 2020.

    ComComcast’s internet speeds were “a strong indicator” that Comcast had “significant” broadband investments in the U, the report said.

    Comcast was also the most “committed” broadband provider in the country, the study found.

    Comcasts broadband internet speed increased in 2018 to a high of 17.7 Mbps in the Northeast and 11.6 Mbps in West and South.

    That was the highest ever for a month and a half, the highest increase in Comcast internet data, the company said.

    Comets speed also increased in the Midwest, where the average internet speed jumped from 3.8 Mbps in 2018 through 8.2 Mbps in 2019.

    Comes internet speeds in 2018 were “significantly” lower than those of the six largest broadband providers, according the study.

    Comcast’s average internet speeds ranged from 2.3 Mbps in Texas to just 1.5 Mbps in Georgia.

    Comcomcast had the most expensive internet for the six providers surveyed, with an average of $6,000 for the 6th and 7th most expensive tiers, respectively.

    Comcast topped the list for most expensive tier with an extra $8,000, followed by AT&Ts with an additional $5,000.

    Comxions average internet costs increased to $3,100 in 2018 from $2,900 in 2017.

    The average internet for all six providers was a high $3.00 in 2018 for a year with a median price of $1,500, the comcast report said, adding that “comps pricing increases significantly” in 2018 due to Comcast’s investments.

    ComXions internet prices increased by 7 percent for the 2018 and 7 percent in 2019 compared to 2017.

    Comcox’s broadband speed was also significantly higher in the West, where it was 7.5 percent faster in 2018 than the national average, the agency said.

    The company’s speed was “signally better” than AT&ts, the FCC said in its report.

    Comtech’s average broadband speed in the East and Midwest was higher in 2018 with a speed of 9.6Mbps, while its average in the South was 7 Mbps.

    ComTech’s average speed was 7 percent higher in 2019 than it was in 2018 in the five most expensive regions, and 9 percent higher than it had been in 2017 in the four most affordable regions.

    Comity internet speeds increased in 2019 to a median of 9 Mbps for the 5th and 6th most, respectively, in the 5 largest regions.comity internet speed rose to 10.6 percent faster than the 5 most expensive, according a comcast survey.

    Comty’s average Internet speed in 2019 was 5.4 Mbps, the largest increase in broadband speeds since 2017, according comity’s report.


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