Charter launches new cellular service called Spectrum Mobile

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Charter announced it is launching a cellular service called Spectrum Mobile.

According to Charter, Spectrum Mobile’s cellular network will be combined with a nationwide network of Spectrum WiFi hotspots.

Customers will be able to choose from unlimited data for $45 a month or by the gig for $14 a gig. Data can be shared across all lines on the plan.

Spectrum internet subscribers can sign up online or by calling (855)-251-3375.

In July, New York revoked Charter and Spectrum’s merger agreement with Time Warner Cable. The state ordered Charter to find, within 60 days, another provider or providers to serve its current customers.

Charter, doing business as Spectrum, is the largest cable provider in the state. It provides digital cable television, broadband internet, and VoIP telephone service to more than two million subscribers in New York.

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