Detroit residential internet coverage
AT&T offers both fiber and DSL internet coverage in Detroit. The provider’s fiber service is much faster than its DSL plans in the area (up to 1,000 Mbps for fiber compared to 20 Mbps for DSL), so it’s good that AT&T’s fiber network covers more than half the city.
Xfinity, like AT&T, is available throughout Detroit and beyond. This cable ISP covers a large part of southwest Michigan extending from Detroit out to Ann Arbor and Flint. There are a few gaps in coverage around the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Wyandotte, and Farmington. But for the most part, you can find fast Xfinity Internet and speeds up to 1,000 Mbps anywhere around metro Detroit.
Though Spectrum provides its speedy cable internet services to a large part of Michigan, its presence in Detroit is pretty minimal. You can find Spectrum Internet in Warrendale and around the Detroit Metro Airport.
Several smaller ISPs operate throughout metro Detroit as well, including fiber providers like WOW!, EarthLink, and Rocket Fiber. And according to data from the FCC’s Fixed Broadband Deployment Map, almost all of metro Detroit has three or more options for internet plans with speeds of at least 25 Mbps.