Building Stronger Connections & Empowering Opportunity
Building infrastructure, investing in technology, and expanding access to the connectivity that empowers opportunity today, tomorrow, and every day after that.
Network Investment & AccessLearn More
In 2022 alone, Charter extended its network to reach more than 1 million additional homes and businesses across the country.
Technology & InnovationLearn More
From 2017-2021 alone, Charter invested over $40 billion in American infrastructure and technology. Charter is investing in innovative technologies to drive innovation.
Privacy & SecurityLearn More
Consumers today and in the future deserve the ability to control how their information is collected and used whenever they use the internet, and wherever they go online.
Building the connectivity needs of today – and tomorrow – requires a full range of wired and wireless technologies and a full toolkit of spectrum, including licensed and unlicensed.
The video marketplace is more vibrant than ever, offering consumers an unprecedented amount of content on an array of devices.
Investing in What Matters
Investing in our workforce and strengthening the communities we serve.
Our EmployeesLearn More
Our diverse, highly skilled employees are our greatest resource – and investing in their success helps us better serve our customers and build stronger connections.
Disaster & Crisis SupportLearn More
Charter is committed to keeping people connected when it matters most – especially in times of need.
Strengthening CommunitiesLearn More
Charter is deeply committed to the vibrant communities we serve – where our customers and our employees live and work.
Empowering Opportunity in Rural America
Charter is committed to expanding broadband access to all Americans, regardless of whether they live in a big city or rural town. In 2022 alone, Charter extended its network to reach more than 1 million additional homes and businesses across the country. And we’re continually investing in network infrastructure and access in our fight to bridge the rural digital divide.