Charter Communications Incorporated is the third largest publicly traded cable operator in the United States and services over five million customers in 29 states. Charter is recognized as a Fortune 500 company, headquartered in St. Louis. Louis, Missouri, and is on the NASDAQ stock exchange. The ticker symbol is CHTR. The chairman and largest shareholder of Charter is Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen.
Charter offers a wide range of products that include video, high-speed internet, and telephone services. They are able to provide their customers entertainment, information, and electronic connections to the rest of the world.
Charter cable television offers customers high-definition channels along with the basic cable television offerings. Also provided are digital video recorders and an impressive collection of on-demand titles.
Charter's high-speed internet is available in two speeds, five and 10 megabits per second. These speeds allow customers to download at lightning fast speeds and be able to play online games and stream video with ease.
Charter's telephone service is and has always been a high quality service that provides residents with unlimited local and long distance calling to all of the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Charter offers call waiting, caller ID, call forwarding, voicemail, and enhanced 911 services at no additional charge.
Charter also offers business solutions to tailor the needs of businesses with communication needs. Business products include Internet access, data networking, video and music entertainment, and business telephone service.
Charter has come a long way from where they started and they are continuously looking to improve and grow the company.
Source by Andrew Cho