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  • American City Business Journals9 hours ago

    Spectrum completes Time Warner Cable switch in Milwaukee area

    Charter Communications officially flipped the switch to the Spectrum brand for eastern-Wisconsin customers Charter acquired from Time Warner Cable with promises of maintaining or improving service and retaining hundreds of jobs in metro Milwaukee. The switchover for hundreds of thousands of new Charter Communications (CHTR) customers in Wisconsin Wednesday was designed to be seamless. Customers do not have to change their email addresses, cable television plans or phone plans, Charter spokeswoman Kimberly Noetzel said.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Time Warner completes switchover to Charter; here's what that means for Cincinnati

    Time Warner Cable has completed the transition to Charter Communications following its acquisition in August 2016. For one, Charter's base speed is now 100 Megabits per second (Mbps). Time Warner's maximum speed was 50 Mbps, so customers who sign up for a new Charter plan will see at least double their internet speed.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Time Warner Cable is now Charter in Louisville — and it brings upgrades

    Time Warner Cable has made the official switch to Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) in the Louisville market and is rolling out new products and cable and internet packages, starting today. Charter (CHTR) completed its $55 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable — Louisville's cable TV provider — in May 2016. Now, Charter is launching its Spectrum -brand TV, internet and phone service in the Louisville market.