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Spectrum TV Packages, Prices, and Plans

* Spectrum TV® Select: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Select promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.
* Spectrum TV® Silver: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Silver promotion price is $74.99/mo;  standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.
* Spectrum TV® Gold: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Gold promotion price is $94.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.
† Spectrum Double Play Select: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV ® Select promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr 1. Spectrum Voice®: Price is $12.99/mo when bundled. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms : INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. HOME PHONE: Unlimited calling includes calls within the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and more. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability. ©2021 Charter Communications.
† Spectrum Double Play Silver: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Select promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Internet® promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (bdcst surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required, charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply.
† Spectrum Double Play Gold: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV ® Gold promotion price is $94.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr 1. Spectrum Voice®: Price is $12.99/mo when bundled. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. HOME PHONE: Unlimited calling includes calls within the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and more. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability. ©2021 Charter Communications.
‡ Spectrum Triple Play Select: Disclaimer: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV ® Select promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Internet® promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Voice®: Price is $12.99/mo when bundled. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. HOME PHONE: Unlimited calling includes calls within the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and more. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability. ©2021 Charter Communications.
‡ Spectrum Triple Play Silver: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV ® Silver promotion price is $74.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Internet® promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Voice®: Price is $12.99/mo when bundled. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. HOME PHONE: Unlimited calling includes calls within the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and more. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability. ©2021 Charter Communications.
‡ Spectrum Triple Play Gold: Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Gold promotion price is $94.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Internet® promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Spectrum Voice®: Price is $12.99/mo when bundled. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: INTERNET: Speed based on wired connection and may vary by address. Wireless speeds may vary. TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. HOME PHONE: Unlimited calling includes calls within the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and more. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability. ©2021 Charter Communications.
◊ To qualify for the Contract Buyout Program, a customer must order and install a qualifying Triple Play or limited Double Play promotion; offers not available in all areas. Offer available to qualifying customers only who have no outstanding obligations to Charter. Payment amount will be determined by the Early Termination Fee on the final bill from the previous provider, not to exceed $500. For Contract Buyout qualifications, go to Spectrum.com/buyout.

Sours: https://www.cabletv.com/spectrum/cable-tv

Spectrum Customer Service 1-855-996-3053

Spectrum residential customers can call this 24/7 toll-free phone number for technical support, equipment installations and bill pay assistance: 1-833-780-1880.

To reach a customer representative faster, say “representative.” The automated rep will ask you to confirm that you’d like to speak to a representative, then ask you to say one of the following:

  • “Technical support”
  • “Billing”
  • “Add service”
  • “Remove service”
  • “I’m moving”
  • You may also state your business in your own words.

Depending on your selection, you may need to answer a few quick questions before being routed to a customer representative.

Press *99 if you want to bypass the voice-activated system and choose your options by numbered phone menu instead.

If you would like to cancel, change, move, transfer or upgrade your Spectrum service, please call a customer representative at 833-267-6094.

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Sours: https://www.cabletv.com/spectrum/phone-number
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Spectrum cable TV packages

Spectrum TV Select

Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Select promotion price is $44.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.

Spectrum TV Silver

Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Silver promotion price is $74.99/mo;  standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.

Spectrum TV Gold

Limited time offer; subject to change; valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to any services within the previous 30 days and who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Spectrum TV® Gold promotion price is $94.99/mo; standard rates apply after yr. 1. Taxes, fees and surcharges (broadcast surcharge up to $17.99/mo) extra and subject to change during and after the promotional period; installation/network activation, equipment and additional services are extra. General Terms: TV: TV equipment required; charges may apply. Channel and HD programming availability based on level of service. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. Enter your address to determine availability.  ©2021 Charter Communications.​

Sours: https://www.allconnect.com/providers/spectrum/tv
Spectrum TV Choice: Full Review

Spectrum (TV service)

Brand of Charter Communications used to market communications services

For the defunct Chicago, Illinois television subscription service, see Spectrum (TV channel).

Spectrum is a trade name of Charter Communications, used to market consumer and commercial cable television, internet, telephone, and wireless services provided by the company.

The brand was first introduced in 2014; prior to that, these services were marketed primarily under the Charter name. Following the acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks by Charter, these operations also assumed the Spectrum brand.

Cable television[edit]

Spectrum TV offers cable television service in three tiers:

Spectrum TV Choice: includes the major local broadcast channels and allows a choice of 10 (out of 72) additional cable channels to create a customized channel lineup for $34.99/month ($24.99/month for new customers). Premium movie channels can be added for an additional fee.

Spectrum TV Stream: offers a set lineup of 25 cable channels plus the major local broadcast channels for $34.99. News, sports, and premium movie channels can be added for an additional fee.

Spectrum TV Essentials: offers a set lineup of 62 cable channels (but no local broadcast or sports channels) for $19.99/month.

The TV Stream and TV Essentials options require Spectrum Internet service and must be used with Spectrum's apps for either Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, Samsung Smart TVs, internet browser, or iOS or Android devices. The TV Choice option can be used with either the Spectrum apps or with traditional cable boxes or CableCARD devices.

Though legacy Time Warner Cable systems often have had the same channel map across most of their service territory since the early 2010s (with standard definition networks from channels 1-999 and HD networks on channels 1001 and above and certain channel groups per group of 100 channels), legacy Charter systems often do not, and in both cases, channel maps have changed as networks have been added and subtracted over the years and due to regional or local differences emphasizing certain networks over others; often, pre-digital cable systems have retained the same channel map below channel 100 since the mid-90s to avert customer complaints about changes as channel drift sets in across individual networks. Currently, the only universal channel numbers across all legacy Time Warner and Charter systems are channel 1 for the local Spectrum News channel, channel 999 for video on demand access, and channel 2495 to add new premium services.

Original programming[edit]

Further information: List of Spectrum original programming

On June 26, 2018, it was announced that Charter Communications had given L.A.'s Finest a series order for a first season consisting of thirteen episodes.[1] The series premiered as the cable service's first original series on May 13, 2019, marking Charter's first foray into original programming.[2]

In August, Curfew[3] and E Is for Edie[4] received pickups. On March 6, 2019, the service picked up a 12-episode eighth season of the 1992-1999 NBC sitcom Mad About You which premiered six of the episodes on November 20, 2019.[5][6]

On June 11, 2019, it was announced that a series titled Paradise Lost received a pickup.[7] On February 19, 2020, it was announced that the series would premiere on April 13, 2020.[8]

On June 26, 2019, it was announced that the DirecTV Latin America original series Todo por el juego (Everything for the Game), would premiere on Spectrum Originals on July 15, 2019. The original series would be offered, along with an English dubbed version entitled Side Games.[9]

On January 18, 2020, it was announced that Manhunt: Unabomber would return as Manhunt: Deadly Games and premiere on February 3.[10]

On February 13, 2020, it was announced that the Sky One series Temple would premiere on March 9, 2020.[11]

Spectrum Latino Plans[edit]

Spectrum also offers its TV tiers with Spanish channel lineup (Up to 75 Channels).

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Mi Plan Latino TV140+
Mi Plan Latino TV Silver200+
Mi Plan Latino TV Gold250

Internet service[edit]

History[edit]

Road Runner's official logo.

Time Warner Cable first launched what would become Road Runner with a 1995 market test in Elmira, New York, under the banner Southern Tier On-Line Community.[12][13] Later it became known as LineRunner[14] (a moniker subsequently employed by VoIP service), before Time Warner Cable adopted the Road Runner brand name.

Road Runner High Speed Online employed the Road Runner character from the Road Runner/Wile E. Coyote cartoons distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures as its mascot and brand name. However, in 2012, it was rebranded as simply Time Warner Cable Internet, dropping the Road Runner branding that Time Warner Cable had to license from the now-unaffiliated Warner Bros.[15] With Charter's acquisition of Time Warner Cable in May 2016, the service was rebranded as "Spectrum Internet" on September 20, 2016.

Tier service[edit]

With the completion of DOCSIS 3.0 rollout in 2012,[16] Time Warner Cable Internet has standardized the Internet tiered service data rates across most of its franchises, although some minor regional variations might still exist. The maximum advertised speeds[17] for these services are:

  • Everyday Low Price: 3 Mbit/s / 1 Mbit/s
  • Basic: 10 Mbit/s / 1 Mbit/s
  • Extreme: 50 Mbit/s / 5 Mbit/s
  • Ultimate 100: 100 Mbit/s / 20 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s / 5 Mbit/s
  • Ultimate 200: 200 Mbit/s / 20 Mbit/s
  • Ultimate 300: 300 Mbit/s / 20 Mbit/s
  • Ultimate 400: 400 Mbit/s / 25 Mbit/s
  • Spectrum GIG: 940 Mbit/s / 35 Mbit/s

The tier was intended as a low-cost, low-speed (1 Mbit/s or less) cable Internet alternative to dial-up Internet service. The Lite tier was retired from Time Warner Cable's Internet lineup for a time, but in the summer of 2013 it returned to Time Warner Cable's Internet offerings. In late 2013, it was upgraded from 1.0 Mbit/s download to 2.0 Mbit/s and rebranded as Everyday Low Price.[18]

The Standard service tier was Time Warner Cable's base package. At 3.0 Mbit/s download, it was the only speed offered when the Road Runner service was created. It was upgraded to 4.0 Mbit/s later on, then to 5.0 Mbit/s in 2005,[19] 7.0 Mbit/s in 2009, 10.0 Mbit/s in 2011,[20] and 15.0 Mbit/s in 2012.[21] The pricing for the Standard service started at $39.99/month, and gradually increased to $59.99/month as of 2016, although promotional and bundle pricing are available. The Standard tier as the base package was renamed to the Extreme tier under the TWC Maxx speed levels.

Premium was Road Runner's first foray into faster-tiered service levels, introduced in 2004 by Time Warner Cable.[22] It offered 6.0 Mbit/s download speeds, compared to the Standard speed of 4.0 Mbit/s. It was later increased to 8.0 Mbit/s in 2005, when the Standard speeds increased. The Premium tier was later renamed to Turbo, and the speeds it offered continued to increase, as the Standard speeds continued to increase. Turbo was also the first service tier to receive the PowerBoost technology. Turbo Plus was a previously offered tier that was at a faster speed tier than Turbo, but slower than the future DOCSIS 3.0-based tiers. As Extreme and Ultimate tiers became available, the Turbo Plus name was retired.

The Extreme and Ultimate service tier offerings were created in 2009 at 30 Mbit/s and 50 Mbit/s download, respectively, and gradually became available in all markets over several years as Time Warner Cable rolled out DOCSIS 3.0 upgrades nationwide.[23] In late 2013, the Ultimate tier was extended to include Ultimate 75 and Ultimate 100.[18]

PowerBoost[edit]

PowerBoost was a technology licensed from Comcast that allowed Road Runner customers to temporarily experience download speeds significantly faster than their current speed at no extra cost. PowerBoost was launched in New York City in 2008,[24] and eventually was rolled out nationwide. PowerBoost was first included only with Turbo service, but eventually was extended to Standard service also in 2009.[25] As of 2012, Time Warner Cable Internet's service offerings no longer make any mention of PowerBoost,[17] though it may still be available with some service tiers on a regional basis. Time Warner Cable does not support PowerBoost on DOCSIS 3.0.[26]

As of August 7, 2013, Time Warner Cable appears to have discontinued the PowerBoost feature as it upgrades more customers to DOCSIS 3.0 cable modems. To compensate for the reduction in average Internet speeds caused by the abandonment of PowerBoost, Time Warner Cable increased Internet speeds across the Standard or higher tiers of service by 10%, though it has yet to officially advertise these speed increases.[27]

Modem rental[edit]

Time Warner Cable Internet previously provided the cable modem and modem maintenance to its subscribers as part of their service fee. Beginning in late 2012, they began charging a modem rental fee of $3.95/month for this service. Alternatively, subscribers can buy their own approved modem.[28]

In August 2013, Time Warner Cable raised the modem rental fee to $5.99/month.[29]

In January 2015, Time Warner Cable once again raised their modem rental fee, to $8.00/month. That represents a 100% increase in just over two years, from late 2012 when they created a billing line item for company-owned Internet modems.[30] In April 2016, Time Warner Cable once again raised the modem rental fee, to $10.00/month.

Spectrum internet plans do not charge a separate modem rental fee, but do charge a $5/month Wi-Fi fee for modems/gateways that have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, or for a stand-alone router.

Bandwidth caps[edit]

Despite raising prices of its Internet service within the previous year, Time Warner Cable announced in February 2009 that it would expand its bandwidth caps and overage fees into four additional markets by the end of the year.

On April 1, 2009, the cities to have metered billing were announced. In addition to Beaumont, Texas, the cities would be Rochester, New York; Austin, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; and Greensboro, North Carolina.

These metered based billing plans were canceled according to Time Warner Cable "due to customer misunderstanding".

Caps would range from 5 GB to 100 GB with no unlimited option. The bandwidth will include downloads and uploads. If a user goes over, they will be charged $1 per additional gigabyte. Time Warner Cable announced they would provide a meter for users to monitor their usage. The new plan was set to begin in the summer of 2009, however due to protests they had decided against the bandwidth caps. Currently, users have unlimited bandwidth usage given that it does not exceed the predetermined data service maximum as given in the "master agreement".[31] Time Warner Cable would have offered unlimited data for $150/month had the plan continued.[32]

Glenn Britt (1949–2014),[33][34]CEO from 2001 until December 2013, justified the new billing plans by claiming that the infrastructures had to be continuously upgraded and users would pay for how much they use. In February 2015, a Huffington Post article alleges a 97% profit margin on Time Warner Cable's Internet service.[35]

Facebook groups have been created in protest in addition to an online petition and a Web site dedicated to stop the movement.[36] Other Web sites have been recently following the Time Warner Cable cap plans that were already following broadband Internet providers metering and capping plans.[37][38]

U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer and Congressman Eric Massa, both of whom represent portions of the Rochester, New York market that would be affected by the changes, announced their opposition to the plan and even went as far as to threaten legislation to ban such a scheme. On April 16, 2009, Time Warner Cable abandoned the plan.[39]

As a condition of the merger with TWC, Spectrum agreed to not impose any bandwidth usage caps for seven years post-merger.[40]

Time Warner Cable Maxx[edit]

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On January 30, 2014, Time Warner Cable announced its new TWC Maxx initiative in New York City and Los Angeles which substantially boosted service speeds at no additional cost compared to the existing speed tiers, with the highest speed tier tripling from 100 Mbit/s to 300 Mbit/s.[41]

As of mid 2016, TWC Maxx upgrades have been completed in New York City up the Hudson Valley, Los Angeles,[42] Austin, Kansas City, Dallas, San Antonio, Raleigh, Hawaii, and Charlotte. Rollouts of TWC Maxx were in progress in San Diego, Greensboro, and Wilmington and were completed in early 2016.[43]

After the TWC acquisition by Charter in June 2016, TWC Maxx upgrades have indefinitely been put on hold.[44]

Spectrum Internet[edit]

After its merger with TWC and Bright House Networks, Charter Spectrum offering broadband Internet plans across its entire service area. In December 2017, Charter began its rollout of DOCSIS 3.1,[45] initially in early TWC Maxx markets, which increased speeds and added a gigabit tier. As of April 2020, most of the Spectrum footprint has Spectrum Internet Gig available and starting base speeds depend by area which at one point will all be upgraded to 200/10 Mbit/s in the near future.

Landline telephone[edit]

Spectrum offers landline VOIP telephone service branded as Spectrum Voice; the service utilizes a telephone cable modem to provide the service, either alone or combined into a household's main cable modem box.

Mobile services[edit]

Road Runner Mobile (defunct)[edit]

In late 2009 after split off from Time Warner (now WarnerMedia), Time Warner Cable began reselling Clearwire mobile WiMAX service as Road Runner Mobile, bundled with the company's existing broadband, TV and VoIP services. In October 2009, the company indicated that they'd be launching their incarnation of the service starting December 1 in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Charlotte and Greensboro, and later, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Honolulu, and Maui.[46] Pricing for the "up to 6 Mbit/s" service ranged from $39.95 a month to $79.95 a month depending on the chosen bundling options, and came in three flavors:

  • Road Runner Mobile 4G National Elite: gave customers unlimited access to both Time Warner Cable's 4G Mobile Network and Sprint's 3G EVDO network for $79.95 if the customer was a Roadrunner Standard or Turbo customer.
  • Road Runner Mobile 4G Elite: gave customers unlimited access to the Time Warner Cable 4G Mobile Network for $49.95 if already a Roadrunner Standard or Turbo customer.
  • Road Runner Mobile 4G Choice: gave customers access to the Time Warner Cable 4G Mobile Network for $39.95 if the customer was already bundling at least two Time Warner Cable services. The tier also capped usage at 250 MB per month.

Users received additional discounts if they were triple play customers.

As of late 2011, Time Warner Cable stopped signing up new Road Runner Mobile customers under resold Clearwire WiMAX service. Existing WiMAX customers could continue to use the service, but TWC began signing up new Road Runner Mobile customers under resold Verizon Wireless 4G LTE services. As of late 2012, however, all mention of Time Warner Cable-branded mobile broadband services have been removed from Time Warner Cable's website and most regional franchises, and eventually those customers were transitioned directly to Verizon.

Spectrum Mobile[edit]

On June 30, 2018, Charter launched Spectrum Mobile, a mobile virtual network operator service. Spectrum utilizes their service area's Wi-Fi network for extended network coverage, while Verizon Wireless provides the network Spectrum Mobile utilizes for mobile service. The service costs $45 for unlimited mobile data, or $14 per gigabyte of mobile data (along with traditional device purchase/financing options), and requires a Spectrum internet subscription.[47][48][49]

Controversy[edit]

New York State[edit]

In 2018 Charter agreed to a $174 million fine with the state of New York, in lieu of the state completely revoking its franchise to operate throughout the state, which would have inconvenienced much of the state's residential and commercial operations. According to New York State, Charter failed to roll out high-speed internet services to more homes as was promised in their agreement to merge with Time Warner Cable.[50][51]

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Cable service spectrum

Spectrum Coverage Map

  • Charter Spectrum was adopted as the name of Charter Communication’s residential services in 2014.

  • While it is often just referred to as “Spectrum®,” Charter Spectrum is the official trade name of Charter Communications.

  • Charter Communications acquired Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks in 2016, which now fall under the Spectrum brand.

  • Spectrum saw annual revenue of $48.1 billion in 2020, a 5.1 percent increase over 2019.

Spectrum Availability Map. Click for interactive map.

Spectrum Availability

Spectrum is mostly available in urban and suburban areas, including widespread coverage in major metro areas on the East and West coasts such as New York and Los Angeles. Their coverage area increased dramatically after their merger with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Network in 2016, making them one of the top three largest Internet providers in the U.S. While both older brands have been retired, many customers still refer to their service as “TWC” or “Bright House” in old non-Spectrum service areas.

Spectrum Connection Speed

Spectrum uses what’s known as an HFC (Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial) network for the delivery of wired broadband services. In essence, this means that data on their network travels over fiber lines for most of the journey to subscribers, but switches over to older, coaxial cable lines for the short distances within neighborhoods. The distance of this coaxial “hop” varies, but the overall effect is that download speeds come in the range of 100 to 1,000 Mbps, with upload speeds up to 10 to 35 Mbps.

The main caveat with HFC or “cable” networks is bandwidth sharing, which is the byproduct of multiple residences being connected to a single fiber “node” in the area. Think of it as branches in a tree getting smaller as they spread out – if one branch needs more water, the tree might send more to that branch at the expense of other branches. You can see this in action during “peak use” hours of the late afternoon and evening, when most customers see a reduction in speeds due to the high volume of streaming on Over the Top (OTT) services like Netflix.

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Spectrum Pricing

One of the defining features of Spectrum, when compared to other cable providers, is their easy-to-understand tiered pricing system, which offers the same price for similar plan speeds nationally. Spectrum offers three internet plans with prices starting at $49.99 per month. The speed for their lowest-tier plan varies by location, as Spectrum has upgraded it from 100 to 200 Mbps in most areas. TV, home phone, mobile phone bundles are also available from Spectrum.

Visit our Spectrum Plans & Pricing page for details on Spectrum’s top-tier plan, bundles, and additional fees.

Spectrum Customer Satisfaction

Spectrum ranks fourth in our top 10 providers, with a 3.4 star rating. Participants in our survey rated each provider’s customer service and support, internet speed and reliability, and overall cost value.

Spectrum ranks close to the top of the charts for Netflix users, with a ranking of No. 5 as of 2018. They’re also well-regarded by OTT video customers since they don’t currently use usage-based billing. This means that subscribers can stream as much video content as they like without running into steep fees for extra data use or throttling – even if they don’t subscribe to any Spectrum TV® services.

Spectrum Customer Service

Spectrum’s residential customers have a few ways to contact customer service: via phone at (855) 707-7328, the online chat feature on spectrum.com/contact-spectrum/contact-us, or via the My Spectrum Support app available for iOS and Android devices. Spectrum’s business customers can contact (844) 684-0658 for support or use the resources provided on spectrumbusiness.net/support.

Availability by State

Alabama 2,226,927 1000mbps
Arizona 178,532 1000mbps
Arkansas 141 1000mbps
California 19,498,945 1000mbps
Colorado 369,207 1000mbps
Connecticut 355,355 1000mbps
Florida 6,960,459 1000mbps
Georgia 1,882,006 1000mbps
Hawaii 1,305,596 1000mbps
Idaho 145,945 1000mbps
Illinois 669,638 1000mbps
Indiana 1,282,070 1000mbps
Kansas 613,990 1000mbps
Kentucky 2,757,831 1000mbps
Louisiana 589,966 1000mbps
Maine 1,046,562 1000mbps
Maryland 6,428 1000mbps
Massachusetts 859,561 1000mbps
Michigan 2,623,360 1000mbps
Minnesota 1,048,983 1000mbps
Mississippi 38,987 1000mbps
Missouri 3,121,461 1000mbps
Montana 593,298 1000mbps
Nebraska 643,463 1000mbps
Nevada 573,239 1000mbps
New Hampshire 157,102 1000mbps
New Jersey 209,800 1000mbps
New Mexico 34,206 1000mbps
New York 11,259,005 1000mbps
North Carolina 7,851,495 1000mbps
Ohio 9,334,259 1000mbps
Oregon 751,129 1000mbps
Pennsylvania 377,444 1000mbps
Rhode Island 214 1000mbps
South Carolina 2,717,794 1000mbps
Tennessee 1,795,486 1000mbps
Texas 13,067,254 1000mbps
Utah 0 1000mbps
Vermont 51,192 1000mbps
Virginia 207,668 1000mbps
Washington 655,180 1000mbps
West Virginia 75,451 1000mbps
Wisconsin 4,467,872 1000mbps
Wyoming 321,667 1000mbps
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