TWC Expedites Manhattan Biz Installs

Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) Business Class is offering expedited installation services to Lower Manhattan businesses to help them recover from Hurricane Sandy by providing phone, Internet, TV, cloud and network services. TWCBC's HFC and fiber infrastructure in Lower Manhattan suffered minimal damage from the storm's floods.

In addition to the Lower Manhattan initiative, TWCBC is also currently participating in Mayor Bloomberg's ConnectNYC competition to encourage commercial and industrial businesses to become connected to the city's growing fiber infrastructure. TWCBC is providing more than $10 million of the program's $12 million cost.

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