Charter launches wireless plan as cable companies diversify [telecom]

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NEW YORK (AP) - Cable company Charter is launching its own wireless
service as cable companies try to diversify to offset slowing
traditional cable TV revenue.

Charter and Comcast agreed last year to cooperate on back-end
operations for mobile networks, including leasing Verizon's cellular
network, but they're offering their services separately. Comcast
launched its mobile plan called Xfinity Mobile in 2017; it costs $45 a
month for unlimited data.

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