Charter Ups Web Speeds for Free

Charter Communications has increased its Internet up- and download speeds for both business and residential services at no additional cost. In markets where Charter has deployed DOCSIS 3.0 technology, or approximately 95% of its Internet service area, the com...

Charter Communications has increased its Internet up- and download speeds for both business and residential services at no additional cost.

In markets where Charter has deployed DOCSIS 3.0 technology, or approximately 95% of its Internet service area, the company is increasing Charter Internet Express download speeds from 12 Mbps to up to 15 Mbps, and increasing upload speeds from 1 Mbps to up to 3 Mbps. Charter Internet Plus download speeds are being increased from 18 Mbps to up to 30 Mbps, and upload speeds are being increased from 2 Mbps to up to 4 Mbps. Charter's fastest residential offering is increasing from 60 Mbps download to up to 100 Mbps download/5 Mbps upload, and has been renamed Charter Internet Ultra100. Express and Plus speeds are also increasing in the remaining portions of Charter's service areas nationwide.

In the MSO's business services offerings, Charter Business Internet Essentials16, with downstream speeds of 16 Mbps and upstream speeds of 2 Mbps, will increase to up to 20 Mbps downstream and up to 3 Mbps upstream. Charter Business Internet Essentials25, with downstream speeds of 25 Mbps and upstream speeds of 3 Mbps, will increase to up to 30 Mbps downstream and up to 4 Mbps upstream. Charter Business's fastest commercial offerings, Pro50 and Pro100, remain the same at up to 50 Mbps downstream/5 Mbps upstream and up to 100 Mbps downstream/ 5 Mbps upstream, respectively.
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