First Published: January 28, 2017
Last updated: June 2, 2017
Compiled by Sam C. Chan
Disclaimer: Very dense data + analytics. Not a self-contained tutorial. Intend as resource for IT, and for client use during guided discussions.

Bravo Info: ISP Plans at-a-glance 1/28/2017
KB→Mb:  125  or  81000
Plan Name & Actual thru-put Rated
Rated Speeds Mbps in/out KBps in/out
Ftr Ultimate 24/1 6~20 0.5~0.9 3000 125
Ftr Ultra 12/1 4~11 0.5~0.9 1500 125
Ftr Max 6/1 2~5.5 0.5~0.9 750 125
6/2/2017  updated with latest Spectrum coax plans
Spectrum Plus 60/5 20~50 1.1~3.6
Spectrum Pro 100/10 40~85 2~5.9
Spectrum Max 300/20 100~250 5~15
TWC ultimate 50/5 15~42 1.1~3.6 6250 625
TWC extreme 30/5 15~27 1.1~3.6 3750 625
TWC turbo 20/2 13~18 0.5~1.7 2500 250
TWC standard 15/1 10~13 0.3~0.9 1875 125
TWC basic 6/1 1~5 0.3~0.9 750 125
TWC low 2/1 0.5~1.7 0.3~0.9 250 125
TWC DIA/P2P 5/5 4.7 4.7 625 625
TWC DIA/P2P 10/10 9.2 9.2 1250 1250
TWC DIA/P2P 20/20 18.1 18.1 2500 2500
Frontier Fiber all tiers same as TWC DIA
GL Amz Fast 100/20 50~80 10~17 $50
GL Buckle Up 500/50 400+ 25~40 $75
GL Big Gig 1000/100 750+ 50~80 $100
In additon to bandwidth specs listed above,
Latency & Jitter are far superior for all fiber
DIA/P2P, as explicitly listed in their QoS/SLA.

MARCH 28, 2017 Note: The chart above was created after the Charter acquisition of Time Warner Cable (TWC), but before actual operational changes started. An update is in order in the near future, once Spectrum has finalized their new offerings. Meanwhile, let's start with changing to Spectrum speaks:

DIA >>> Fiber Internet Access (FIA)
P2P
>>> Ethernet Private Line (EPL)

As of this writing, Greenlight (fiber provider) is interesting but not of real concern.  It's just an extremely limited pilot project, currently covering approx. 0.1% of the area, with no future plan of expansion.
 
FIA25 $399
FIA50 $599
FIA100 $899
FIA200 $1,299
FIA500 $1,999
TWC
DIA5 $500 $460
DIA10 $680 $650
DIA20 $977 $748
Frontier
Fiber 5 $820
Fiber 10 $1200
Fiber 20 $2000

Static IP Addresses (inst $250)