Charter Remains Committed to an Open Internet; Title II is Not Net Neutrality
Charter believes in delivering a superior experience to our broadband customers which is why we support an open internet. With the removal of the utility-style Title II framework, nothing is changing about our online practices because maintaining an open internet is critical to enabling our customers to engage with the content they want, when they want, and as much as they want. Simply put, we put our customers’ experience first.
Without the regulatory overhang of these rules however, businesses like ours will have the certainty they need to make infrastructure investments over the long-term, helping more people get online and enabling even faster broadband. This includes bringing high speed broadband to more hard to serve areas, including rural communities.
Charter’s commitment to our customers is our top priority. We urge Congress to pass new legislation that preserves an open internet and ensures a regulatory framework made for the 21st century, so we can continue to improve and invest in our networks and provide more people access to a fast, reliable, and open internet.