New York kicks Charter Spectrum out: What it means for you

New York regulators are giving cable giant Charter Communications 60 days to come with a plan to exit the state, but it likely won't have an immediate impact on customers.

Charter, which markets its products under the Spectrum banner, is the state's leading cable, internet and telephone provider, operating in New York's largest cities and much of the state since merging with Time Warner Cable in 2016.

But the state Public Service Commission has given the company its walking papers, accusing Charter of failing to live up to its promise to expand high-speed internet offerings in less-densely populated areas of the state.

Confused? Follow the link below to understand what it means for you.

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