Further expanding its list of agreements with broadband cable and DSL providers to offer low-cost high-speed Internet, AOL this week inked a deal with Charter Communications. The news follows similar deals with BellSouth, AT&T and Qwest announced last week.
AOL will bundle its content and software with Charter’s cable service for $25.90 USD per month. With its dial-up business dwindling, AOL has turned to advertising as a way to keep revenues flowing. And such deals with broadband providers expand the company’s reach among a new generation of ever-connected consumers.
News source: Betanews