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Comcast fiber-optics allow ‘wideband’ in Bay area

Comcast customers in the San Francisco Bay area will get two new broadband options as the company utilizes its high-speed fiber-optic network. The “wideband” packages will come in 22 Mbps or 50 Mbps and have already become available to residents in the San Jose-Silicon Valley and Monterey-Salinas areas.

The “Extreme 50” tier with 50MB speed will run $139.99 per month and allow quick download of high-definition (HD) movies. Comcast says a 6GB HD movie will download in about 16 minutes, while a standard-definition movie will download in about 5 minutes.

The more economical “Ultra” plan with 22GB speed will run $62.95 per month and download content at about half the speed.

Comcast plans to reach other parts of the Bay area with its improved broadband network later this year.

Jeff Chabot
Jeff Chabothttps://hd-report.com
Jeff has a background in photography, video and television production. He writes about technology, broadcasting, home theater, and digital entertainment.


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