Expanding Broadband Access on Wisconsin’s Menominee Indian Reservation
Charter recently completed a rural broadband expansion project that brought high-speed internet to more than 200 underserved rural homes in the Menominee Indian Reservation in Wisconsin. Crews worked through heavily forested areas, rocky terrain, and numerous water crossings to expand the network under an aggressive timeline.
Charter Launches Multiyear, Multibillion-Dollar Initiative to Expand Broadband Availability
Charter’s initiative will focus on delivering gigabit high-speed broadband access to more than 1 million unserved customer locations identified by the FCC and awarded to Charter in the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) Phase I auction.
Expanding Broadband to More Rural Communities
Restoring Broadband Access in Oregon's McKenzie River Valley
Less than a year after Spectrum expanded its high-speed broadband network into the rural McKenzie River Valley in Oregon, wildfires destroyed 30-miles of infrastructure in a matter of hours, disrupting connectivity to residents and businesses in the area. Spectrum crews - many of them also under evacuation orders - worked quickly to repair the network and restore broadband access to customers.