Internet speeds are about to double for
After first introducing super-speeds in Kansas City, Mo. and Kan., where Time Warner Cable is competing with
The upgrade is also rolling out to
"These new ultra-fast Internet speeds are designed to satisfy their growing demand to stream, download and connect simultaneously across multiple devices," Cook said in a statement.
The higher-speed service debuted in Kansas City, Mo. and Kan., in December of last year.
The company is also replacing its cheapest offering with a faster, lower-priced option. Time Warner Cable is doing away with its one-megabit-per-second, $19-a-month "Lite" tier, and will instead sell a two Mbps service priced at $15 a month. That option will become available Nov. 4.
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