Charter representative, Mr. Taylor Vice, Director, Government Affairs, attended Monday night’s Commission meeting and spoke about the enhancements that have occurred in Elmore County since the introduction of “Spectrum”. Charter has placed an emphasis on moving forward in Elmore County by “driving innovation and facilitating the emergence of new technology”.
Changes that have occurred in Elmore County since Charter Communications took over the Cable System
Introduction of “Spectrum”
- New Spectrum packages for Residential – Speeds of 100Mbps with options to purchase 300Mbps
- Small/Medium Business packages – Speeds of 100Mbps with options to purchase 200Mbps and 300Mbps
- Enterprise packages – Speeds of 100Mbps with options to purchase up to 10 GIGs
Launch of Spectrum Internet Assist
Charter’s new high-speed internet service for low-income families recently launched. This program provides families with children on the National School Lunch Program and seniors on SSI with access to a $14.99/mo, 30Mbps internet service.
Several Commissioners asked questions of Mr. Vice during his time at the meeting. Commissioner Mercer, who serves as the Commission’s liason for economic development activities, specifically asked Mr. Vice that Charter re-evaluate the growth in Elmore County and determine the need for additional service to our citizens.
To view the full presentation by Charter to the Commission, you can view here Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Richie Beyer, Chief Engineer and Operations Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-398-3325.