Charter Communications Settles Internet Speed Charges for $174.2 Million

After being accused of defrauding its Internet subscribers, Charter Communications agreed to a whopping $174.2 million settlement with New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood, the Daily News has learned. In February 2017, the AG charged in a civil lawsuit that Charter Communication, and its predecessor Time Warner Cable, knowingly delivered since 2012 slower internet speed to customers than promised.