Monday, May 5, 2008

Charter Launches High-Speed Internet Max with Speeds up to 16 Mbps in Georgia

BUSINESS WIRE--Charter Communications, Inc. today announced that it is launching its Charter High-Speed Internet Max service, with download speeds of up to 16 megabits per second (16 Mbps). Charter High-Speed Internet Max is available to residential customers throughout most of Charters service area in Georgia.

Speed and the reliability of that speed are top priorities of Internet users and for the second time, an independent research firm, comScore, Inc., ranked Charters high-speed Internet speeds fastest and most reliable1 in the communities we serve. Our customers value the enhanced speed because with Charter High-Speed Internet Max, at 16 Mbps they can download a song in just 2.5 seconds, or as many as 24 photos in just 8 seconds, said Ted Schremp, Senior Vice President of Product Management and Strategy for Charter. When bundled with our video and telephone services, Charter High-Speed Internet Max represents an even greater value for our customers, Mr. Schremp concluded.

Charter Business, which offers services to business, education and government, also offers up to 16 Mbps high-speed Internet service in Georgia. Charters high-speed reliability is critical to businesses that depend on Internet applications to succeed. In addition, Charter Business supports its customers with a dedicated team of care agents specifically trained to handle the needs of small, medium, and large-scale enterprises.

Charter High-Speed Internet Max is the premium tier of service for Charter customers and is up to 9x as fast as DSL and 270x as fast as dial-up. Charter also offers Charter High-Speed Plus, with download speeds up to 10 Mbps, and Charter High-Speed Internet, with download speeds up to 5 Mbps.

Over the past year, Charter has invested over a billion dollars in capital to serve its customers and to enhance its service capabilities, including millions here in Georgia. Charter is committed to investing in its communities, providing an advanced network on which residential and commercial customers rely for their communications needs, and delivering value to all its customers by offering high-quality products and services backed up by superior customer care.

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