Charter gets to stay in New York, reaches new deal with state to roll out internet service

Charter Communications (and its Spectrum internet service) has officially reached a deal to stay in New York State, with the Public Service Commission agreeing on a settlement that will see Charter fulfill its original commitments for broadband expansion that the company had agreed to when it first merged with Time Warner Cable in 2016, via Ars Technica.

Charter was originally at risk of being barred from operating in the state entirely due to its failure to roll out high-speed internet services to more homes, which the company had originally promised to do as a condition to be allowed to merge with Time Warner Cable.

Per the agreement, “Charter will expand its network to provide high-speed…

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