Charter Cable has unveiled its new bundle of high-speed internet service for $70 per month for homes in the U.S. and Canada.
The $70 monthly package will get customers access to the Charter Fiber Network (CGN), a 100-gigabit fiber optic network with speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second, or gigabits (MBps).
The service also includes the company’s fiber optic broadband service (Fiber Optic) for up to 10 Mbps and the Charter Digital TV (CDTV) service for up, 5 and 10 Mbps.
The $70 package is available to Charter subscribers starting in July.
Charter also announced it would provide customers with an optional $50 monthly discount for new customers signing up for a new Internet service plan starting in April.
Charter Fiber, which Charter acquired in 2015 for $3.5 billion, offers services such as high-definition video streaming, high-capacity fiber optic cables, broadband access and video conferencing to residential and small businesses in the Washington, D.C., metro area.
Charter says its Fiber Optic service provides faster data speeds than cable television.
The $50 discount on the $70 Internet package comes with a one-year complimentary service plan.
It will be available to customers who are 18 and older and live in the District of Columbia.
Charter said it plans to offer a $50 off-premise, $70 off-the-premises plan beginning in April and will offer a two-year subscription to $60 off-peak, $60 on-peak and $70 on-the-$70 plan.
The service will also be available through the Charter Internet and Cable TV app on iOS and Android, and the service will be offered via online and over-the air channels.
While the $50 deal will provide the $60 and $60 plan, it does not come with any additional service, such as voice or data, Charter said.
The company says it has over 1.5 million customers in the United States, more than 40% of whom live in urban areas.