Spectrum Parent Company Launches Cellular Service In N.Y.

NEW YORK STATE – Charter Communications, the parent company of Spectrum, is launching a new cellular service in New York.
Spectrum Mobile will be, company officials said, combined with a nationwide network of Spectrum Wi-Fi hotspots. Customers will be able to choose from unlimited data or paying by gig.
In July, the New York State Public Service Commission announced their plans to null the merger between Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable, which received federal approval in 2016.

The commission states Charter failed to uphold promises and follow regulations that were set in place during the Time Warner Cable merger. The state outlines Charter failed “repeatedly” to meet scheduled deadlines, failed to uphold commitments made to serve rural communities, and engages in unsafe practices in the field.