Spectrum is a telecommunication company providing television, Internet and voice communication services.
Spectrum’s headquarters are in Stamford, Connecticut. Spectrum has revenues of $46.6B and employs 98,000 people. Spectrum has raised $6.9 billion in funding. The main competitors of the Spectrum are AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. As of August 2019, the Spectrum has 2.4M fans on Facebook and 122.1K followers on Twitter.
Spectrum’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Spectrum top competitors include: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Frontier Communications, Cox Communications, Comcast, Sprint, Cricket Wireless, Hawaiian Telcom, DISH, ADT, EarthLink, Cable ONE, WOW, Cablevision, CenturyLink, RCN, Vodafone, Netflix and Wave Broadband.
Together they raised more than 30.5B between their estimated 888.9K employees. The spectrum has 98,000 employees and ranks 5th among 10 best competitors. The top ten competitors are on average 49,290 people.
- Website: spectrum.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
- Founded: 1993
- Est. Annual Revenue: $46.6B
- Est. Employees: 98,000
- Headquarters: 400 Atlantic Street 9th Floor Stamford, Connecticut 06901
AT&T is the competitor of the #1 Spectrum. AT&T was founded in Dallas, Texas, in 1876. Like Spectrum, AT&T also competes in the telecommunications equipment industry. Compared to Spectrum, AT&T generates $128.5 billion more revenue.
Verizon is one of the main competitors of Spectrum. Verizon was founded in 1983 in Bassing Ridge, New Jersey. Like Spectrum, Verizon also works in the telecommunications services industry. Verizon brings 83.1B more revenue than Spectrum.
T-Mobile is the main competitor of Spectrum. T-Mobile was founded in 1994 and its headquarters are located in Bellevue, Washington. Like Spectrum, T-Mobile also competes in telecommunications services. T-Mobile receives 5.1 billion dollars more income compared to Spectrum.