Comcast’s gigabit cable will be in 15 cities by early 2017

Enlarge / Comcast's gigabit plans. "Gigabit Pro" is a 2Gbps symmetrical fiber-to-the-home service, while "Gigabit Internet" offers 1Gbps downloads and slower uploads over existing cable. (credit: Comcast)

Comcast's gigabit cable service is now for sale in four US markets, with 11 more to be connected by early 2017.

Detroit, Michigan, was hooked up yesterday, joining Atlanta, Chicago, and Nashville as Comcast's existing gigabit cable cities. Comcast also said that ten new cities will get gigabit cable in early 2017. The company previously said that Miami, Florida, will have it before the end of this year.

The newly announced cities are Denver, Colorado; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jacksonville, Florida; Kansas City, Missouri; Knoxville, Tennessee; Portland, Oregon; San Francisco Bay Area, California; San Jose, California; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Seattle, Washington. In all, that's 15 cities that either have Comcast's gigabit cable now or will by early 2017.

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