Are you looking for blazingly fast Internet access? Have you heard about the efficiency and simplicity of high-speed, broadband Internet access and wanted to get in on the action? Are you tired of staring at the progress of a download status bar when you want to see a photo? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions then you should consider Charter Internet service.
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Charter offers high-speed cable Web access. The Internet signal comes to your home or business through the same infrastructure as cable television. Cable offers some of the fastest Internet speeds available.With cable Internet, the connection is always “on.” You won’t have to dial and log in to your service provider’s service. As soon as you fire up your Web browser, the connection will be ready to go.
One big advantage to signing up for Charter Internet access is the company can package other services with your cable. You can purchase cable television and telephone service along with your cable Internet access. That way, you save money by buying them together and you have the simplicity of a single bill. It’s easier and cheaper than keeping track of your services with several different companies.
Unlike traditional dial-up Internet service, cable Internet from Charter won’t tie up your telephone line. That means you can make calls and surf the Web at the same time. Cable Internet is widely available; most of the United States is already wired to receive a cable signal. Consumers should check the availability of Charter in their area before signing up.
Cable Internet from Charter offers faster speeds than competing DSL, satellite and wireless Web services. That means you can share photos, download music, watch movies and send large emails faster. It gives you fast enough service to video chat with others online and play games with other broadband Internet users.
Charter offers four Internet plans, each with different speeds and prices. All the plans have introductory pricing that offer deals for bundling services.
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- Lite: Lite offers up to 3 Mbps download speed and 384Kbps upload speed. The company recommends this service for basic functions such as surfing, email and instant messaging.
- Express: Express offers up to 15 Mbps download speed and 3Mbps upload speed. The company recommends this service for music, photos and streaming video.
- Plus: Plus offers up to 30 Mbps download speed and 4 Mbps upload speed. The company recommends this service for WiFi, movies, online gaming and Facebook uploads.
- Ultra: Ultra offers up to 100 Mbps download speed and 5 Mbps upload speed. The company says this service is good for “anything you want to do online.”
So if you’re ready to ditch the slow speed of dial-up Internet service, enjoy a connection that’s always on or you’d like to save money by bundling telephone and cable television with your Web service, then consider Charter Internet service.