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Time Warner Cable increases 'Standard' service speeds by 50%

Time Warner Cable increasing the speed of their 'Standard' service by 50 percent
By: Trace Hagan | Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Dec 25, 2012 12:33 am

Time Warner Cable has announced that they are increasing the speed of their "Standard" service by 50 percent. This means the new "Standard" speed will be 15mbps, as opposed to the current 10mbps. There is no mention of an increase in price. To get the increased speed, you can reset your modem by unplugging it for 10 seconds.




Alternatively, you can wait for it to automatically be rolled out to your division.


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