When you are getting a new service provider for your Television, Internet & Phone, it’s important that you do not make any mistakes. Otherwise, you have to live with that mistake for one or maybe even two years. So, how to avoid this annoying situation? Well, if you’re comparing between Fios & Time Warner (currently known as Spectrum), the easiest way would be reading our Fios vs Time Warner comparison guide & decide the best one for you. So, let’s get started,
Fios vs Time Warner (Spectrum) Internet
Verizon’s Fios is an all-fiber network which means they don’t have regular cables for anything at all. Spectrum, on the other hand, is Cable based so, when it comes to better internet speeds, Fios goes all the way.
Fios Internet Plans
- Fios Internet plans start at $39.99 per month & give a standard 100 Mbps speed
- There is a $59.99 plan that upgrades the speed to 300 Mbps
- Lastly, there is a $79.99 plan that upgrades it to Gigabit speed (940 Mbps). This one also comes with a started TV pack & phone plan.
Time Warner (Spectrum) Internet Plans
- Spectrum Internet plans start at $44.99 per month & it also starts at 100 Mbps
Fios vs Time Warner (Spectrum) Television
The TV space is wide too. Here are the Television plans of both networks,
Fios TV Plans
- Custom: Plans starting at $64.99 per month for the network fixed customized plans
- Traditional: Plans starting at $74.99 per month for more channels & preferred HD channels
- Spanish: Plans starting at $49.99
Time Warner (Spectrum) TV Plans
- Spectrum’s TV plans also start at $44.99 per month.
There are also bundle plans that you can choose from which gives you TV, Internet & Phone altogether. These plans also come with the On-demand Video Streaming services from Fios & Spectrum.
So which one should you choose for yourself?
Fios is no doubt the better options here. It is faster has better options & its basic Internet plan is cheaper & gives the same speed as the basic Internet plan of the Spectrum. So, if you have both options available, get Fios. It’s better.
But, the availability of Fios is kinda limited right now so, first check in your area if their service is available. If not, Spectrum is actually a good option. You can also look out for Xfinity if that’s available. We’ll link the comparison of Xfinity & Spectrum in the suggested articles section below.