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Who is Charter Communications?

Charter Communications was formed in 1993, and is the fourth largest cable television and high speed cable Internet provider in the United States, with over 5.7 million cable customers in 29 states. Charter's Broadband Internet connects your computer to the Internet using a high speed cable modem and a fiber-optic cable network. This connection can also provide digital telephone and HD digital television service.

How Fast is Charter Internet Service?

With cable-exclusive DOCSIS 3.0 technology, cable Internet now boasts some of the fastest download speeds available for home use. Your download speed will depend on the HSI package that you purchase. Charter cable offers a variety of high speed Internet plans to fit your budget and broadband Internet needs.

Is Charter Internet Service Available in My Area?

Charter High Speed Internet service is provided via the same coaxial cable system that's used to receive cable television programming. Generally if your local area offers Charter Cable Television service, then Charter High Speed Internet is also most likely available.

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Charter Cable High-Speed® Internet:

High-Speed® Internet - With Charter High-Speed® Internet, everything you want is just a click away. Read the latest headlines, keep up with your favorite bands, download movie clips, play the latest online games, and more ...

Charter High-Speed® Internet Features:
  • Free Cable Modem
  • Free Wireless Router
  • Always On Internet Connection
  • Won't Tie up Your Telephone Line
  • Blazing Fast Download Speed
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Do I Need Special Equipment?

You'll need a Charter approved cable modem, and a network interface card. Most newer PCs have a NIC (Network Interface Card) pre-installed, otherwise NIC cards are cheap and easy to install. The cable modem can either be leased from Charter for a small monthly fee, or purchased by the customer.

Note: Effective June 26, 2012 For new Internet Customers and customers switching to our New Package Pricing, we will no longer allow customer-owned modems on our network. In order to provide our customers powerful and reliable Internet service at a great value, we will provide modems included in Internet pricing under our New Package Pricing.
http://www.myaccount.charter.com/customers/support.aspx?supportarticleid=2623

If you have a home network you can easily connect your Cable modem to a router and enable broadband Internet access for your entire home network.

Can I Get a Charter Cable Bundle Deal?

Charter offers a discounted Charter Internet deal when you bundle two or more of the services they offer. You can get Charter's Broadband Cable Internet access bundled with their digital cable television and/or digital phone services and save a "bundle". This is usually the cheapest Internet option, so always check with Charter Communications to see if they are offering any current cable package deals.

Charter Internet Service Availability

Charter Cable's High Speed Internet is available in many areas within the following states:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Charter High Speed Cable Internet Not Available?

If Charter's broadband cable access is not available in your area, then you can try these cable Internet providers: Comcast Cable, Cox Cable or Time Warner Broadband Internet. Otherwise we'll help you find a DSL Internet, Broadband Satellite, Wireless Mobile Broadband or a Affordable Dial-Up ISP that you will be satisfied with!



Types Of High Speed Internet Access.

You have several options when choosing a high speed Internet service provider.

DSL, Cable, Satellite or Wireless Mobile Broadband Internet access is rapidly surpassing Dial Up Access as the most common way to connect to the Internet.

Your Internet connection is made with the service provider via special hardware interfaces using television cable, DSL telephone lines, satellite dish, wireless interface, or a combination.

Broadband Internet access is now available in most areas at a reasonable monthly cost of around $20 to $60.

Cable or DSL high speed Internet service is available in many areas and usually the cheapest solution. Satellite or wireless high speed Internet service is available in most areas, but costs a little more.

If you require help deciding what type of Internet provider services you need check out our ISP Help sections.


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