Charter Business


Cablecos Push Non-Coax Services

Cablecos are quick to point out that coax is not the only game in town; they offer high-capacity SLA-based Ethernet and optical services too.

The Cable Guys: Where They Stand on the Indirect Channel

Cable companies are significant telecommunications network service providers. They are the incumbent telcos’ primary rivals for consumer triple-play spend, but they also have made inroads into the business markets on two fronts: high-capacity and alternative access services for medium and large businesses, and voice and data for small businesses. Most cablecos have one or both […]

The Cable Coverage Conundrum

Even the largest cablecos are not ubiquitous, serving a few states or even a few cities within each state. Because of cablecos’ spotty footprints, validating serviceability of prospective business accounts is critical. The process can be laborious and often ends in disappointment for the agent. “It’s absolutely a hassle. It’s probably no more of a […]

WTG Signs as First Charter Business Master Agent

World Telecom Group (WTG) (Booth 3019) announced at the Fall 2008 Channel Partners Conference & Expo it has signed the first master agent contract with Charter Business. “This agreement provides new options for WTG sales agents to present their customers with a full suite of high-speed data, voice and digital video services through Charter Business,” […]

Cableco Executives Address Channel Strategies

The cablecos have come late to the channel party, but they are making a big entrance by providing an alternative supply for big bandwidth (i.e., Ethernet pipes) and the promise of a triple-play bundle for businesses. Hear from leading cable channel executives about their products, plans and partner programs in a roundtable discussion Monday at […]

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