Settlement Term Sheets contain the proposed terms of an agreement that terminates a dispute. Eligible customers receive $90 in a one-time credit on their invoices. Customers who have been exposed to outdated modems and have paid for higher internet speeds are entitled to a credit of $180 USD. Spectrum is required to issue credits to all eligible consumers within 60 days. Charter, which is named after spectrum, said Thursday in a letter to the New York State Utilities Commission that the company and Commission staff had exchanged comparative terms and reached agreement “on many key issues.” “Under the agreement, Charter would expand its network to offer 145,000 homes and businesses entirely in Upstate New York on broadband,” Commission CEO John Rhodes said in a statement. Syracuse, N.Y. — State regulators and charters are getting closer to a deal that allows the cable company to stay in New York and settle its dispute over how quickly it is expanding its broadband network to rural areas. In a statement, Lara Pritchard, senior director of communications at Charter Communications, said: Did you receive any credit from Spectrum for the outage? How much was it for? Let us know in the comments section of this story or email rick Moriarty at rmoriarty@syracuse.com. According to the Attorney General`s Office, the company has about 2.2 million customers in New York City. “We are lending to certain legitimate customers in New York State, in accordance with our agreement with the New York Attorney General regarding the former Time Warner cable. Customers should check their March returns.

All information is communicated to authorized customers. Spectrum said two million customers in New England and Upstate New York experienced storm outages, which began Friday night and continued Saturday. The vast majority of them have lost cable TV services and a smaller number have also lost internet services, according to the company. Service was restored shortly after 5pm.m Saturday. Nine months after a New York government agency ordered Charter to leave the state due to an alleged breach of merger terms, state officials announced a deal that lets charter stay in New York in exchange for further broadband rollout. . . .