BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) – Charter Communications, Inc. has announced the launch of a new “high-speed, low-cost” broadband service named “Spectrum Internet 100.”
A statement said the service provides download speeds of 100 Mbps for $29.99 per month and includes modem, home Wi-Fi and self-installation at no additional cost.
According to Charter, it’s available exclusively to households eligible for the Federal Communications Commission’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).
The CPA provides eligible households with up to $30 per month for broadband service and would allow eligible customers to receive Spectrum Internet 100 at no additional cost. Charter said all Spectrum Internet and legacy plans — including Spectrum Internet Gig — are eligible for ACP credits.
For more information on the ACP or to apply, you can click here. Spectrum can be contacted at 1-877-959-1748 to request credit
The Affordable Connectivity Program is an important step in promoting broadband adoption in America. With Spectrum Internet 100, Charter offers a high-quality, high-speed broadband option – available at no charge to qualified ACP households – throughout our 41-state service area.
– Catherine Bohigian, Charter Executive Vice President, Government Affairs