STAMFORD, Conn., July 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- If you've been holding on to a router at home that's more than a couple of years old while your family continues to accumulate multiple wireless devices, your Wi-Fi may be overtaxed and technologically challenged. Charter has a solution that combines Charter's high-speed Internet with high-performance Wi-Fi technology. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110526/AQ10195LOGO) Charter's Internet speeds are already among the fastest on the market. In the majority of its footprint, no competitor offers a faster top speed. Now, Charter high-speed Internet can be accessed from all of your wireless devices via Charter's high-performance Wi-Fi router. "Fast internet, combined with high performance Wi-Fi technology, means Charter delivers the best in-home Wi-Fi experience in the vast majority of our footprint," said Rich DiGeronimo, Charter Senior Vice President, Product and Strategy. Charter WiFi is available to new and current customers who want the latest technology and convenient, on-going 24x7 specially-trained technical support. Customers must subscribe to one of Charter's current Plus (30Mbps) or Ultra (100 Mbps) Internet speed tiers. There is a one-time $39.99 activation fee and then a $3 monthly fee. A standard professional installation fee of $29.99 for all services installed during the service visit also applies. "The Charter WiFi router is the heart of a home's network, responsible for powering our fast Internet speeds over Wi-Fi," said DiGeronimo. "Faster speeds required a better router. We selected this router after extensive testing against a variety of high-performance Wi-Fi equipment. We're confident this solution provides an optimal Wi-Fi experience to our customers. Of course, as Wi-Fi technology rapidly evolves, our goal will remain to deliver the best in-home Wi-Fi experience available. And Charter's professional installation and support give customers peace of mind. If the router is defective, we will replace it."
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