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Spectrum bringing broadband to Cathlamet


Spectrum this month announced the launch of its high-speed broadband and full suite of Spectrum services for residential and business customers in Cathlamet.

Spectrum’s high-speed network means homes now have access to Spectrum Internet®, with starting internet speeds of 100 Mbps — and the option to upgrade to 400 Mbps service or a 1-gigabit connection. Spectrum Internet plans have no modem fees, data caps or contracts. For small and medium-sized firms, Spectrum Business® offers plans with 200 Mbps, 600 Mbps and 1-gigabit connections.

“We are focused on providing the best broadband internet, TV, mobile and voice services possible to the Cathlamet area,” Spectrum Area Vice-President Danielle Wade said in a news release. “We’re proud of the superior connectivity services we are now delivering to residents and businesses in Cathlamet, at highly competitive prices and backed by an organization committed to craftsmanship and service.”

The release also said Spectrum TV® will bring extensive programming lineups to the area, with more than 250 HD channels and a two-way, fully interactive network offering 63,000 On Demand offerings.


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