- Mar 24, 2009
Looks like as of March of this year, 200 Mbps was the minimum available speed in "nearly 85%" of Charter's service area.In all markets / systems?
The move, covering nearly 6 million homes, doubles the starting download speed of its broadband service - from 100 Mbit/s to 200 Mbit/s.
But again, that's the *minimum* speed. Is there any cable-connected address anywhere in the US, from any provider, that can't get a *maximum* available speed of at least 200 Mbps? Because that's quite a lot of bandwidth. Enough for at least 20 simultaneous HD streams.