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Charter offers SMBs free line of Spectrum Mobile service for a year

Stamford-based Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) is offering of one free line of Unlimited Spectrum Mobile service for a year to small and midsized businesses (SMBs).

Under the promotion, new customers who sign up for Spectrum Business Internet and Business Voice or Business Connect can receive 12 months of one free line of Unlimited Spectrum Mobile for Business, which is regularly priced at $29 per month. Current customers can also qualify for one free line of unlimited mobile when they add business internet or voice service, or they can get a second line for free when they add Spectrum Mobile service to their existing Internet service.

“Charter is focused on providing small business owners with cost-effective, reliable and secure connectivity solutions so they can thrive in today’s competitive world,” said Sharon Peters, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Charter. “By combining Spectrum Mobile’s superior wireless experience with our business broadband and voice services, small business owners will have access to a complete communications solution that will keep them connected with their customers and employees from any location.”

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