Spectrum internet internet prices have been on a tear recently, and they’ve hit the top of the charts again this month with a whopping 5,988.57 percent increase in prices, which is actually the second-highest number of price increases in the month of May, after the June 6 increase.
The company claims to have a price range of $9.99-$18.99 per month, but it is not clear if this is actually correct.
This price increase is actually for an internet service called Spectrum.
Spectrum is a high-speed internet service that provides broadband and voice over the internet.
While Spectrum has been around since 2006, it is still a very young internet service, and it only launched in November.
Spectrum is available in more than 100 cities and states across the United States, and offers high-quality internet speeds at a lower price than most competitors.
Here’s a look at the top 10 broadband internet prices for May: 10.
Comcast: $89.99/month, $99.99 /month, or $119.99 annually.
This is Comcast’s standard internet service.
Verizon: $94.99/$96.99, $98.99 or $112.99 for a yearly plan.
AT&T: $99/$119.95, $129.95/$149.95 or $179.95 for a monthly plan.
T-Mobile: $100.00/$149 /month or $149.99 each for a plan.
Verizon FiOS: $104.99 – $179 /month for a high speed internet service or $169.99 a month for a 5 Gbps plan.
The 5 Ghz option costs $10 more per month.
AT & T: $109.99* or $99/yr for a $10 monthly plan or $199 a year for a unlimited plan.
AT’s 4G plan costs $25 more per year.
Verizon US: $119 for unlimited 5 G and 4G, or only $59 for unlimited 4G.
AT offers a 3G plan that costs $49.99.
Verizon has a highspeed internet plan for $99 for three years, which gives customers access to up to 3G speeds at no additional cost.
AT.com: $120 for unlimited 6G or 4G with an upgrade to a 5G or 5G+ plan, or free unlimited 4.5G.
ATG: $139.99+ for an upgrade for 6G, 4G or 3G.
The $129 plan is a 2G plan.
Sprint: $149 for unlimited 3G or unlimited 4M.
Sprint offers unlimited 3M and unlimited 4MB.
Ting: $189 for unlimited 2G or free 4M and 5G plans for a year.
Verizon FIOS FiOS (Fios: Fios-U), Verizon FiS (FiS: FSS-U) and Sprint FIOS (FiSS: FIOS-U): $199 for 5G, $299 for 5M, $399 for 4G for 5 years.
Ties: Ties offers 4G service for $10 per month and 4M service for free for 10 years.
*Sprint’s 5G and 4Mbps plans start at $30 for a one-year subscription.