Comcast’s Internet service is like the internet’s own phone line, the company said Monday.
Its “broadband Internet” offers access to content and apps without the cost of a cable box or satellite dish.
Comcast’s broadband service offers speeds of up to 10Mbps.
The company said it offers broadband speeds up to 100Mbps for $40 a month or $150 a year for unlimited access.
Comcast’s service is not available to homes with fixed wireless lines.
Comms broadband service is limited to home use.
Comcast says it does not offer “unlimited” data, but says it has more than 10,000 customers with a combined household size of more than 20,000.
The service has been in operation since January.
Comcast is offering speeds of between 20 and 300Mbps for a $70 per month or about $100 a year plan.
The company said its service will be rolled out nationwide starting in December.
Comics-oriented entertainment provider AMC Networks said it plans to offer high-speed Internet to subscribers.
AMC has been offering a $300 monthly plan that lets customers stream movies and TV shows at speeds up from 5Mbps to 30Mbps.
It is limited only to home users.
AMC’s service also includes an online subscription service that allows customers to pay for TV and other content and access their own online community.
AMC said it has around 2 million subscribers and will be expanding the service nationwide.
The subscription service is free for customers with no Internet service.