Charter Communications managed to lose another 100,000 traditional video customers, but more than made up for the losses with significant broadband growth. Like Comcast, Charter has increasingly benefited from telcos like AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, Windstream and Frontier simply refusing to upgrade their networks at any real scale. As a result, consumers are increasingly flocking to cable broadband if they want anything resembling next-generation broadband speeds. To that end, Charter added an impressive 428,000 broadband subscribers during the first quarter.
Charter Loses 100K TV Customers, but Broadband Growth Strong | DSLReports, ISP Information