By: Jeff Baumgartner Pushing ahead on a pledge tied to its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, Charter Communications has launched a standalone, low-cost broadband service for qualified seniors and families that costs $14.99 per month. The uncapped, contract-free offering, called Spectrum Internet Assist, delivers 30 Mbps downstream by 4 Mbps upstream, speeds that exceed… read more
Today, we were proud to stand with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and others to announce that we’ll be locating our Northeast Regional Headquarters in Henrietta, NY, investing more than $2.9 million in state-of-the-art facilities and adding 228 new full-time jobs in the area. We are grateful to the Governor and his Empire State Development… read more
Stamford, Conn.– Charter Communications today announced the launch of a new standalone low-cost, high-speed broadband service, titled Spectrum Internet Assist, for hundreds of thousands of American seniors and families of students across its national footprint. Spectrum Internet Assist will deliver industry-leading 30/4 Mbps broadband speeds for $14.99 per month, plus taxes and fees. Charter’s new Spectrum Internet Assist… read more
At Charter, we’re committed to the goal of expanding access to broadband, as well as ensuring every single one of our customers has the latest innovative products at the best value. Economic hardship can make access to broadband difficult for some consumers, particularly those who are raising children and seniors who are living on a… read more
The key thing about the Charter deal is it’s all Internet companies that benefit — us, Hulu, Amazon, HBO Now — so that we can all compete for consumers’ affection.
Founder and CEO - Netflix
Babyfirst supports the merger of Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable because both companies have demonstrated a true commitment to diverse, independent and quality programming for children and their parents, and we look forward to their continued support of our growth.
Co-Founder - BabyFirst TV
We support Charter Communications’ pending transactions with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Charter has long been a strong supporter of minority-owned networks like Bounce TV and we believe that these transactions are in the public interest and will be beneficial to Bounce TV viewers, African Americans and all ethnicities. We are thrilled that New Charter will make the offerings of Time Warner Cable and Bright House more diverse and richer for the more than 14 million African-American television households in the United States that are grossly underserved on television.
Ambassador Andrew Young
Co-Founder - Bounce TV