Top 10 Telecom Companies in USA 2017

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4. Charter Communications

Charter Communications is an American broadcast communications organization, which offers its administrations to purchasers and organizations under the marking of Spectrum.


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In late 2012, with the naming of long-lasting Cablevision official Thomas Rutledge as their CEO, the organization moved its corporate central station from St Louis, Missouri to Stamford, Connecticut. Most of its operations still stay based out of St Louis.

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On May 18, 2016, Charter gained Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks for a consolidated $65.5 billion, making it the third-biggest pay TV benefit in the United States. Charter Communications was established in 1993 by Barry Babcock, Jerald Kent and Howard Wood, who had been previous officials at Cencom Cable Television in St. Louis, Missouri. It was additionally joined in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1993.

In 1995, Charter paid about $300 million for a controlling enthusiasm for Crown Media and gained Cable South. In 1997, Charter and EarthLink united to convey rapid Internet access through link modems to Charter's clients in Los Angeles and Riverside, California. In 1998, Paul Allen purchased a controlling interest. The organization paid $2.8 billion to gain Dallas-based link organization Marcus Cable. Charter Communications had 1 million clients in 1998.

As per the Financial Report for the Financial Year 2016, Charter Communications earned a Total Revenue of $40,023 million and a Net Profit of $4,801 million. By the end of the Financial Year, the company had a customer base of 26.2 million subscribers.

Revenue (in Million $): 40023

Net Profit (in Million $): 4801

Customers (in Million): 26.2



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