Time Warner Cable customers are unlikely to mourn the demise of its brand following the company's acquisition by Charter, which also confirmed that the Bright House brand will be phased out too.
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Following the approval from the FCC over a merger with Time Warner Cable, Charter is becoming the second-largest cable service provider in the U.S., giving Comcast a run for its money.
In a takeover worth just over $55 billion, Charter Communications has made some major concessions in order to convince the US Government to provide its blessing.
Watching more TV shows via Internet outlets like Netflix and Hulu may be the reason why the top cable TV and satellite operators lost more subscribers than at any point in their history.
If you live in the US and get your Internet access at home via some kind of fast broadband service, the chances are good that you are under some kind of data cap via your...
Charter Communications is sending letters to its customers informing them of an "enhanced online experience" that involves Charter monitoring its users' searches and the websites they visit, and inserting targeted third-party ads based on their...