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The charter will introduce mobile plans in 2018.
Haven't you ever hung a telephone up with a charter representative, stepped back in your seat and wondered if this same make of after sales service could be fetched to mobile plans? During Charter CEO Tom Rutledge's third quarter profit call, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge affirmed that Charter is on course to introduce a cordless services offering in the first half of 2018.
Verizon's mobile phone and Charter's Wi-Fi hotspot networks will be used for the core business, but all of Charter's support and plans will be taken over by Charter. It is exactly the same type of mobile communications company that Comcast recently operated with Xfinity Mobile. For Comcast, the plan is also available on Verizon's Verizon communications system, but only subscribers to one of Comcast's other plans can purchase a plan.
It is not clear whether Charter's charter business is subject to the same limitations. Luckily, Charter's MVNO operations will copy something else from Comcast: prices. The Xfinity Mobile solution provides a blend of affordable infinite or pay-as-you-go plans that deliver significant cost reductions over Verizon's own plans. It' a good deal: $45 per months for limitless dates, including limitless language, text and a 20 GB hardcover.
It' much better than Verizon's limitless prices, which range from $75 to $85 for a line, whichever feature you want. Obviously, now that the Sprint T-Mobile fusion has been canceled, Charter might consider setting up its own cordless networking.