Time Warner Cable targets telecommuters with $60 monthly wideband Internet service
Time Warner Cable's (NYSE: TWC) Business Class division began marketing four new wideband Internet and phone bundles to telecommuters.
Pricing for its new "Teleworkers Solutions" bundles begins at $59.99 monthly, which includes a 50 Mbps wideband Internet service and a Wi-Fi router. Its $84.99 monthly Teleworker Premium package comes with a phone service but no Internet access. Time Warner Cable said Monday that it is also offering a $104.99 Teleworker Basic Plus package that includes a 50 Mbps Internet service and managed security, and a $134.94 monthly Teleworker Premium Plus package that includes Internet, phone, managed security and a secure Wi-Fi based local area network.
While Time Warner Cable's Business Class division does market video programming services to businesses, none of its telecommuter packages include its subscription video product.
Internet service has been the biggest revenue generator for the MSO's Business Class division, which generated $515 million in revenue in the fourth quarter of 2012, up about 26 percent compared to the same period in 2011. The MSO generated $245 million in high-speed Internet revenue from business customers in the quarter, along with $87 million in voice, $83 million from video and $42 million in revenue from wholesale transport services.
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