Rural Broadband Expansion

Comcast is investing more than $6 million to expand broadband service to more than a thousand additional homes in rural areas of Spokane and Whatcom counties. Residents and businesses in Sumas and Chattaroy, Washington will have access to the full suite of broadband, video, voice, home management, and business products and services. Comcast has invested $1B in technology and infrastructure investments in Washington during the last three years, including expansion and upgrades to our network. As a result, more than 2.8 Washington homes and businesses have access to Xfinity and Comcast Business products and services, and 100 percent of those homes and businesses have access to speeds of 1.2 gigs or more from our network. We also operate nearly 90,000 public Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots that are available to Comcast customers statewide.

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Having a fast, reliable connection in your home and at your business is essential. Comcast delivers the best in Internet, TV, Voice, Mobile, Home Management and Business Solutions all working together to  connect you to the experiences that matter most – anywhere, anytime. Click on one of the icons below for a summary of the products and services that will be available in your area following completion of the network expansion, and information about additional network investments in Washington:

Having a fast, reliable connection in your home and at your business is essential. Comcast delivers the best in Internet, TV, Voice, Mobile, Home Management and Business Solutions all working together to  connect you to the experiences that matter most – anywhere, anytime.

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Comcast expanded broadband service to more than 11,000 additional homes and businesses statewide during the first half of 2021. Comcast has invested nearly $1 billion in technology and infrastructure in Washington during the last three years, including upgrades to our broadband network.