Comcast Announces Completion of Broadband Network Expansion to Portions of Warren County, Georgia

Comcast announced today it has completed its broadband expansion to 1,360 underserved homes and businesses in the Cities of Warrenton and Camak, as well as in portions of unincorporated Warren County. Residents and businesses in Comcast’s service footprint now have access to a full suite of advanced communications services, including multi-gigabit speed internet.

The expansion was made possible by a $350,000 contribution by Warren County and the Cities of Camak and Warrenton, and from private funding by Comcast.

“Our community is proud to partner with Comcast to connect more Georgians to the many benefits that broadband has to offer,” said O.B. McCorkle, Executive Director, Development Authority of Warren County and Warrenton Downtown Development Authority. “We appreciate Comcast’s partnership to bring this exciting project to the finish line.”

Local businesses now have access to several advanced services, including 2-gigabit internet, Wi-Fi, Xfinity Mobile and other solutions. Residential customers will have access to a full suite of services, including the following:

  • Xfinity Internet, with speed tiers and pricing options from 100 Mbps through 2-gigabit; with Xfinity xFi, customers can personalize and control their in-home Wi-Fi experience;
  • Xfinity Mobile, which combines America’s largest 5G network with millions of secure Xfinity WiFi hotspots;
  • X1 entertainment platform and voice remote;
  • Xfinity Flex, a simplified streaming solution for Xfinity Internet customers who do not want traditional TV video service; and
  • Xfinity Home, a total home security and automation solution.

“We understand the positive impact that advanced broadband service can have in our communities in terms of bridging the digital divide,” said Jason Gumbs, Regional SVP for Comcast. “We’re proud to further our commitment in Warren County and look forward to more opportunities to bring our technology to rural Georgia.”

This expansion also provides families with access to Comcast’s Internet Essentials program, the nation’s largest broadband adoption initiative for low-income families. Internet Essentials provides low-cost broadband service for $9.95 a month, digital literacy training and discounted computers. This, along with the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), gives income-constrained families support on their internet and mobile data plans.

Nationally, over the past five years and across Comcast’s service areas, the company has quadrupled its overall network capacity and doubled its fiber miles; deployed gigabit speeds to more homes than any other Internet Service Provider; upgraded all its speed tiers; and rolled out an entirely new class of gateways – the xFi Gateway and the xFi Advanced Gateway which are designed for higher speeds and blanket most homes with Wi-Fi coverage.

For residents looking to see if their neighborhood has access to Xfinity services, visit For businesses looking to connect, visit


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