Spectrum Internet Assist Low Income Broadband

High-speed Internet at an affordable price Charter’s Spectrum Internet Assist is among the fastest of the low income Internet assistance programs available. Spectrum Internet Assist boasts 30 Mbps broadband Internet speeds with no monthly data caps and free modem rental. However, at $14.99 per month, the price is also slightly higher than competing cable Internet […]
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Bright House Seeks More Impact with Scholarship Program

Apart from offering reliable and affordable telecommunication services, Bright House Networks is looking to have an even greater impact in the education sector. This is through the Bright House Networks 2016 Future Leaders Scholarship program which has been opened for qualified students. The deadline for registration is April 8 and it has attracted many applicants. […]
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Bright House TV App to Enhance Viewers Experience

Bright House TV App (BHTV) is set to transform viewers experience as the telecommunications company gets innovative to fight off market competition. It will never be the same again sitting down to watch the latest episodes of your favorite television shows on Bright House. A press statement from the company dated April 5 said over […]
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Bright House Announces Regional Business Awards Winners

Bright House Networks has announced the winners in its second annual Regional Business Awards in the Greater Orlando area. Winners were spread out across all categories that included small, medium, large, start-up and innovator for the awards. This noble initiative by Bright House seeks to honor companies and organizations that have impacted the Greater Orlando […]
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Charter Defends Merger with Time Warner Cable

Charter Communications has come out to clear the air over their proposed merger with Time Warner Cable (TWGood Luck… C) and Bright House Networks (BHN). Their expected defense comes just a few days after Dish Network through CEO Charlie Ergen appealed to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) not to approve the merger. When Ergen met […]
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