Charter Communications Upgrades Cable TV and High-Speed Internet Services
April 20, 2015
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Rolling out throughout the United States, in all of the territories where Charter Communications provides cable TV, high-speed internet, and digital phone services, is a new rebranding effort that also encompasses broad improvements to Charter Communications services.
The rebranding effort has Charter now folding its three major home services under one new umbrella: Charter Spectrum, with cable TV, high-speed internet, and cable home phone services rebranded as Charter Spectrum TV, Charter Spectrum Internet, and Charter Spectrum Digital Voice.
The major improvements to the service come with the internet speeds, moving up from a max of 30 Mbps downloads with the regular service to services beginning at 60 Mbps and as high as 100 Mbps in some Charter Spectrum areas. This is as much as 30 times faster than AT&T U-Verse and 60 times faster than DSL, which Charter is happy to advertise.
Beyond that, Charter Spectrum TV boasts an expanded cable TV lineup, offering the most HD channels available at each of its price points. It is fully digital cable service and more and more high-definition channels are constantly being added to the lineup.
New Charter customers, when they sign up, will receive the upgraded Charter Spectrum services. Current Charter customers will notice new HD channels popping up in their lineup, and internet speeds upgraded automatically.