Time Warner Cable Hits 10 Million ISP Customers

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You may not love Time Warner Cable, and you may wish you had a couple of other ISP options, but the numbers are talking this week: TWC just signed up their ten millionth high-speed Internet user, which is certainly a milestone worth celebrating. The high-speed wars have been boiling for years now, and TWC is hardly the only nationwide player. That said, they are the go-to ISP in lots of areas without much competition, but DOCSIS 3.0 rollouts have almost definitely encouraged growth.

The news makes TWC the 3rd largest ISP in the U.S. in terms of the total number of residential and commercial broadband customers, but you can be sure that the others are on the hunt for more. Ten million down, ten million to go?

Time Warner Cable Hits 10 Million High-Speed Data Subscriber Mark

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) today announced that it recently surpassed 10 million total high-speed data subscribers. Time Warner Cable is currently the 3rd largest ISP in the United States in terms of the total number of residential and commercial broadband customers.

    “Our high-speed data product is quickly becoming our anchor product in the eyes of consumers”

“Our high-speed data product is quickly becoming our anchor product in the eyes of consumers,” said Glenn Britt, Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Cable. “By helping to make our customers’ lives simpler and easier with faster speeds, more convenient choices and a full suite of safety and security features, we hope to continue to be a part of their lives for a long, long time.”

Time Warner Cable offers a selection of high-speed data services to both residential and commercial customers, including Time Warner Cable Wideband, the company’s fastest offering to date. For more information about Time Warner Cable’s High Speed Data Services visit www.timewarnercable.com or www.twcbc.com. 
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AKwyn replied on Sat, Apr 30 2011 10:06 AM

Good for them.

In other news, does anybody remember network neutrality?


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omegadraco replied on Sat, Apr 30 2011 12:27 PM

Congratulations to TWC. I personally have nothing against Time Warner but I think we hate all of these telecommunication companies for some of their business practices.

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"In other news, does anybody remember network neutrality?"

Yeah Taylor,..You mean that this that they ended up pushing through by making a bunch of little bills and piggybacking them on other props.? Much like the cap n trade that is now all part of the EPA. So now the govmnt can be worse than big brother and everyone thinks its ok, because it comes from the people they voted for? Hows your energy prices? Hows the chocolate milk in your school, or maybe one day you get to explain what a happy meal was to your kids:P Of course the people who voted for change must think freedom and liberty is given to you by the govmnt.

I think once the people in condos and apartments are offered a different solution to their cable provider they will run from TW as fast as they can. But since the gvmnt can regulate the zoning of the providers, then they will pretty much have a lock on that market. now that they can regulate your isp, they will be watching!

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