Charter tops comScore tests in download speed and speed reliability

December 11, 2007

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ST. LOUIS -- Charter Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: CHTR) today announced that comScore, Inc., an independent research firm, ranked Charter's high-speed Internet offerings to be faster, with more reliable speeds, than the combined Internet offerings provided by national phone companies(1) in those areas where Charter provides service.

"Speed and the reliability of that speed are top priorities of Internet users and we are extremely proud to be offering the best possible experience for our customers," said Himesh Bhise, Charter's General Manager of High-Speed Internet. "On average, Charter customers can download movies, music and pictures at nearly twice the speed of customers using DSL service from these telephone companies."

Charter currently offers high-speed Internet tiers of speeds up to 5 Mbps, and 10 Mbps. In select markets, Charter offers speed up to 16 Mbps, and has plans to expand this offering to more markets in the coming year.

"We are focused on improving the Internet experience and providing value to our customers," Mr. Bhise added. "With our speed enhancements and comprehensive security products we make it easy for customers to get online quickly and safely. Improvements in our customer care and network operations reinforce Charter's commitment to providing an outstanding Internet experience.

"When bundled together, Charter's high-speed Internet, video and telephone services represent an even greater value for our customers," Mr. Bhise concluded.

Charter Communications Inc.

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