Customers who need gigabit upload speeds for purposes like uploading files or excessive live-streaming should look for fiber Internet plans from another provider.
As with Ultra, Charter includes a high-end modem and router with this plan for free.
Unlike other cable providers, there is no limit to video streaming, even on the cheapest packages.
As you can see in the table above, Charter Spectrum’s Internet only plans come in three basic flavors: Standard, Ultra, and Gig.
The company has some sort of presence in every state except North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
However, there are some states with only 1 or 2% coverage which basically makes the service unavailable in that area.
It’s important to note that Spectrum’s Gig Internet does have symmetrical speeds.
This means that while the download speed is 1,000 Mbps, the upload speed is only 35 Mbps.
Even if you aren’t in a Spectrum “Gig” area, you’re likely to have access to several different tiers of speed at your address.
Charter’s entry-level Internet speeds are similar to their cable competitors like Xfinity and Cox (usually 60–100 Mbps).