Charter’s gigabit internet service now available in 27 million US homes

Telecom giant Charter says it's now offering its gigabit internet service in more than half of the 50 million homes and businesses it provides cable to in the US, via Ars Technica. The company provided the new milestone last week when it said it added 4 million new homes across Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Florida. The total number of households who subscribe to Charter service that now have access to its gigabit internet service is 27 million. (Granted, about 24.3 million subscribers purchase internet service from Charter currently, and only a small fraction of those customers likely purchase the gigabit option.)

Unlike service from other major US ISPs, like Comcast, Charter does not have...

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