Baltimore Residential Internet Coverage
With dozens of neighborhoods and huge commercial areas, Baltimore is a city where consistent internet coverage is a requirement, not an option.
Fiber internet is widely available through Verizon FiOS, which serves many of the largest neighborhoods in Baltimore. Service stops short of several central neighborhoods, including Greater Rosemont, Mondawin, Hampdon, Midway, and Berea.
The Verizon DSL network is available in all of Baltimore, reaching from Wakefield in the west to Pulaski in the east.
Through Windstream, high-speed internet is accessible to all of Baltimore_s neighborhoods, reaching Belvedere in the north and Curtis Bay in the south.
The RCN network is fairly limited, reaching a few southwestern neighborhoods like Irvington and Westgate, in addition to the northwestern Greater Mount Washington area. The southern tip of Baltimore is covered by Anne Arundel Broadband, which serves the neighborhoods of Fairfield, Brooklyn, and Glen. In addition, Cogent Communication brings coverage to the Reservoir Hill area.
Through XO Communications, service is available through the central part of the city and the far northern and southern parts of the city.
Central Baltimore falls in the service area of Zayo Group, which includes neighborhoods like Inner Harbor, Canton, Charles Village, and Chinquapin Park.
FiberLight brings coverage to the central neighborhoods of Federal Hill, Cherry Hill, and Fells Point. The Hotwire Communications network is very similar, reaching only a few neighborhoods in the southern half of central Baltimore.
High-speed internet access is available to all of Baltimore through Megapath, while Atlantic Broadband it available in a handful of far northwestern and northeastern neighborhoods.
Level 3 Communications has a network that covers most of Baltimore, excluding Lakeland, Homewood, Mondawin, Lower Northwood, and Belaire.
As if those options weren_t enough, cable internet is provided throughout Baltimore by Xfinity.
Fastest Internet Service Providers in Baltimore
Tata Communications offers internet at speeds up to 768 Kbps
Xfinity offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps
Spectrum offers internet at speeds up to 50 Mbps
Verizon offers internet at speeds up to 940 Mbps