Spectrum launches its own mobile phone provider

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (KGWN) - Charter Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: CHTR) today announced the full market launch of Spectrum Mobile for new and existing Spectrum Internet subscribers in Wyoming. The company completed a successful soft launch earlier this summer.

Designed to provide customers the highest quality experience and save them money, Spectrum Mobile is built on America’s largest, most reliable LTE cellular network and is combined with a nationwide network of Spectrum WiFi hotspots. Spectrum Mobile is a smarter network, designed for the way mobile devices are used today, and the way they will be used tomorrow.

“As an intelligent connectivity provider, Spectrum Mobile brings unprecedented flexibility and value to the wireless marketplace,” said Danny Bowman, Chief Mobile Officer for Charter. “Spectrum Mobile gives customers the freedom to use their favorite devices the way they want, saving them hundreds of dollars annually off their mobile bill, all while reaping the benefits of Charter’s superior, value rich network and services.”

Customers have the freedom to choose from Unlimited data, priced at $45/month starting with the first line, or By the Gig for $14/Gig, shared across all lines. Additional features of Spectrum Mobile include:

Flexibility to change rate plans any time at no additional cost.

The most popular mobile devices with interest-free monthly installment plans.

Charter plans to expand its device options and offer customers the ability to bring their own devices later this year. Spectrum Internet subscribers can sign up online, by calling (855) 251-3375 or by visiting the Spectrum retail store in Cheyenne.

More information is available at SpectrumMobile.com. Store locations are available at Spectrum.com/Stores. Additional media assets are available at Charter Newsroom.