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It offered consumers advanced wifi technology capable of delivering faster than one Gigabit per second (Gbps) to support the connected devices in their homes.
The upgrade to the Xfinity Gigabit service is part of a national rollout that began this year.
Comcast achieved a 10G technical milestone delivering symmetrical 1.25 gigabit-per-second upload and download speeds over a live production network.
Comcast raised the Extreme Pro+ customers' download speed from 600 Megabits per second (Mbps) to 800 Mbps. In addition, it increased the Performance Starter+ customers' download speed from 25 Mbps to 50 Mbps. The upgrades did not involve an additional cost.
Comcast will contact Gigabit Internet customers who need to upgrade their equipment for no extra charge if they don't have a capable device in their home.
Performance Starter customers will not require new equipment to experience the higher internet speed.
Comcast has devoted over $15 billion to strengthening and expanding its network since 2017.
Comcast aimed to launch 1,000 Lift Zones throughout the country, with 35 in Utah, by the end of 2021, and investing in education and equity-focused organizations.
Price action: CMCSA shares traded higher by 0.45% at $57.54 on the last check Tuesday.
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