Charter Files Application for Time Warner Cable Merger

June 25, 2015

Charter has filed its application with the FCC to buy Time Warner Cable. That includes a public interest statement with promises to go beyond the FCC's new Open Internet rules by agreeing to a legally enforceable condition for the combined company, which it dubs "New Charter," not to impose data caps or usage-based billing, neither of which it currently engages in it points out.


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