Comcast is Expanding in Marshall and Pine Townships

Comcast today announced it is expanding its fiber-based network to approximately 3,000 homes and additional businesses in Marshall and Pine Townships in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Construction is ongoing with some residents already able to connect to the full suite of Xfinity residential and Comcast Business products and services.

“This project, in addition to our expansion in Cranberry Township, provides important broadband connections that support the educational, professional, and personal lives of Route 19 Corridor residents,” said Ricky Frazier Jr., Senior Vice President for Comcast’s Keystone Region which is based in Pennsylvania. “We are committed to connecting local communities and offering competitive choices for reliable, high-speed broadband services that residents and businesses deserve.”

Residents can visit and businesses can visit to see if their address is currently eligible for service. As construction to expand the network continues, residents and businesses can also visit and enter their addresses to get additional details on services and when they will be available. Local Xfinity stores can be found at 216 Chippewa Town Center, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 and 4840 McKnight Road, Suite B, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

Comcast first brought Comcast Business services to Cranberry, Marshall, and Pine Townships in 2020 and later expanded its Xfinity residential services in Cranberry Township, where construction is ongoing.

This extension is part of Comcast’s latest investments in Pennsylvania. Over the last several years, Comcast expanded its network to more than 315,000 additional homes and businesses across the Commonwealth. To learn more about Comcast’s commitment and contribution to bringing Internet access to all Americans, especially residents and businesses in underserved and unserved locations, visit

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  • Ultimate Capacity: Xfinity customers connect more than 1 billion devices across the company’s network annually. With the next-generation Xfinity gateways we deliver the most advanced WiFi technology carrying three times more bandwidth to power streaming, gaming, videoconferencing, and more, simultaneously.   
  • Fastest Internet: More than a third of Xfinity Internet customers subscribe to gigabit speed products. Recently Comcast connected the first customers in the world to a DOCSIS 4.0 connection, delivering symmetrical gig speeds over existing connections in customers’ homes with plans to continue to rollout these speeds across the country over the coming years.  
  • Unprecedented Coverage: The latest Xfinity Gateway provides a more reliable connection throughout the home. Customers can get wall-to-wall WiFi coverage with a powerful WiFi Boost Pod that extends coverage to hard-to-reach areas of the home.   
  • Most Reliable Connection: Comcast is scaling the nation’s largest and most reliable network that passes 62 million homes and businesses and counting. The company launched Storm-Ready WiFi, a new device that comes powered with cellular and battery backup to help keep customers connected even when the power goes out.   
  • Ultra-Low Latency: The Xfinity network and the latest Xfinity Gateway are a powerful combination that deliver ultra-low latency for those moments when response times matter most like video games, a fast-growing category with Xfinity households averaging more than one gaming console per home. 

Comcast currently serves more than 125 municipalities and has more than 35 Lift Zones in Allegheny County. In total, the company has 187 Lift Zones in Pennsylvania that provide free WiFi service to empower community centers to promote digital learning. Lift Zones are part of Project UP, Comcast’s $1 billion commitment to advance digital equity through programs and community partnerships that connect people to the Internet, advance economic mobility, and open doors for the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, storytellers, and creators. 

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