Charter Communications, Inc. says it’s offering a 1 gigabit-per-second (Gbps) broadband connection to area homes.
The connection is priced at $104.99 a month for new customers and available to some 23 million homes, including Dayton and Southwestern Ohio, Charter said in a release.
“Spectrum’s state-of-the-art, fiber-rich network allows us to deploy dramatically faster broadband speeds, including gigabit connections, broadly and rapidly,” Tom Rutledge, Charter Communications chairman and chief executive, said in a company release. “As consumer demands for bandwidth and capacity grow, our world-class network is best-positioned to meet these demands, today and into the future.”
With the connection, customers will have access to faster Internet speeds for video games, music and multiple devices, the company said.
Spectrum Internet Gig is offered with no data caps or contracts, includes a modem and free in-home WiFi, and is backed by a “30-day money back guarantee.” Charter said.
Spectrum is a suite of broadband services offered by Charter Communications Inc.