Bright House Expands Wideband Footprint

Starting next month, Bright House Networks is officially launching the new service under the product name Road Runner Lightning

April 21, 2010

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MAITLAND, Fla. -- Bright House Networks customers will soon have the opportunity to be among the first consumers in the nation to experience a next-generation cable modem technology known as wideband. Starting next month, Bright House Networks is officially launching the new service under the product name Road Runner Lightning.

Road Runner Lightning’s faster speeds and robust bandwidth are the perfect answer for the growing number of homes with multiple users who access online content simultaneously. The service is offered at lightning-fast maximum download speeds up to 40 Mbps downstream and upload speeds of up to 4 Mbps with an 802.11n-based home gateway.

Road Runner Lightning includes a new cable modem designed to take advantage of greater bandwidth and is only $30 more per month than Road Runner Standard service. The service will also be available to many current Road Runner High Speed Internet Customers for as low as $15 more per month.

Road Runner Lightning will be rolled out starting early this summer and will become available in different Bright House Networks service areas at different times over the summer. Customers may preregister for Road Runner Lightning service online at www.brighthouse.com/rrlightning.

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