Charter Offers Low-Cost Broadband to Eligible Low-Income Households Across America

April 27, 2017

With this week’s rollout of Spectrum Internet Assist in Hawaii, we are proud that Charter’s low-cost, high-speed broadband offering is now available to eligible low-income families and seniors across our entire 41-state footprint.  We’re excited to deliver our superior products and services on the most advanced network to those families and seniors who enroll in Spectrum Internet Assist.

For $14.99 per month, Spectrum Internet Assist provides eligible customers access to the fastest base broadband speed (30 Mbps) of any comparable offering in the nation, connecting them to a whole new world of digital access and opportunity.

The rollout of Spectrum Internet Assist was significantly enhanced by partnering with state, county and local elected officials and community leaders in events across our national footprint. We appreciate their support for Spectrum Internet Assist and helping to spread the word about the wide range of benefits it provides to eligible families and seniors.  To learn more about the benefits of Spectrum Internet Assist, watch here.

We’ve received widespread support for Spectrum Internet Assist across the country. Here’s what others are saying:

Miguel Santiago

​​​“I am proud to stand with Charter Communications as they launch their new Spectrum Internet Assist program in my district. I applaud their efforts towards helping California progress, and I can’t wait to see what these students and teachers are able to achieve with regular access to the most up-to-date information at their fingertips.”
-California Assemblymember Miguel Santiago (Los Angeles), April 7, 2017


Harriette Chandler

“Thank you Charter Communications for extending Spectrum Internet Assist to more of our community. I look forward to the positive impacts that are sure to follow.”
-Massachusetts Senate Majority Leader Harriette L. Chandler (Worcester), April 7, 2017


Jean Fuller

“Closing the digital divide will improve literacy, social mobility, economic quality and economic growth, and so I am thrilled to see Spectrum Internet Assist launching here in Kern County.”
California Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (Bakersfield), March 22, 2017


Ben Kallos

“Thank you for Governor Andrew Cuomo, Public Service Commissioner Interim Chair Gregg Sayre, and Charter Communications Chair and CEO Tom Rutledge for your partnership and commitment to bring low-cost broadband to low-income New Yorkers to finally bridge the digital divide.”
– New York City Council Member Ben Kallos, March 16, 2017


Letitia James

“I want to thank Charter Communications for following through on their commitment to provide affordable, high-speed internet to those who have previously been left out of the digital age.”
– New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, March 16, 2017


Steve McDaniel

“Families throughout Charter’s Tennessee service area may be eligible for this new low-cost broadband service.  I am thrilled that Charter is offering a way to level the playing field for children from all backgrounds and allow them to further their education using advanced digital technology.”
– Tennessee Deputy House Speaker Steve McDaniel (Nashville), February 7, 2017


Jerome Delvin

“The Children that come from low-income families who may not have the opportunity to access broadband outside of school would now be able to be at home with their families and have that access to the internet. I want to thank Charter for stepping up and starting to bridge that digital divide in our community and allowing more people to have access.”
– Jerome Delvin, District 1 Commissioner, Benton County (Kennewick, WA), December 19, 2016
Sally Faith

“It is important for seniors to have access at home. I know many seniors that are not able to get out and they need that opportunity to have that internet connectivity to keep going.”
– St. Charles Mayor Sally Faith (Missouri), December 19, 2016