Do I have to subscribe to Charter Communications/Spectrum services once my residence/business is connected?

No, you do not have to subscribe to Charter/Spectrum’s services. It is recommended that you allow your residence to be connected, as there may be future issues associated with obtaining service at a later date should you change your mind, sell your home, etc.  

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1. Which Broadband Project does my address fall under?
2. When will construction begin on these Broadband Projects?
3. How can I stay informed if I don’t have access to Charter/Spectrum services?
4. Do I have to subscribe to Charter Communications/Spectrum services once my residence/business is connected?
5. Am I eligible for connection if my residence is far from the roadway?
6. Is there financial assistance available if I can’t afford Broadband services?