The Internet has been a huge part of American lives for decades.
Today, millions of people use online video to get news, access streaming video, watch movies and more.
But that doesn’t mean that we don’t have cable companies, who are increasingly trying to offer high-speed broadband services.
In fact, we’re already seeing a lot of cable providers offering speeds up to 5 megabits per second (Mbps), which is more than twice as fast as the average home Internet connection.
The companies are hoping that the growing popularity of broadband will make their services competitive.
That’s what happened when cable provider CenturyLink bought Time Warner Cable in 2016 for $45 billion.
That transaction brought many of the same big names and brands that have become staples of the internet and cable industry into the cable world, and the result is a huge opportunity for cable companies to become the main players in a new market.
And CenturyLink is taking advantage of this opportunity.
Comcast, Charter, Cox and AT&T are among the major cable companies that are offering faster speeds in the United States, as is Time Warner.
Comcast’s plan for a 5 Mbps service is to use fiber optics to deliver fiber to homes and businesses in rural areas.
The company is also working with wireless carriers like T-Mobile and Sprint to offer a similar service in some markets.
In 2017, the Federal Communications Commission approved an initial $200 million grant to a company called Frontier Communications to build fiber networks that will reach remote communities.
The fiber networks will also connect homes and small businesses and will connect people to a wide range of wireless services.
Frontier Communications, which will build out the fiber network in the U.S., is working with some of the biggest cable providers to expand services.
But Comcast and Time Warner are still the only major cable providers in the country that are providing faster broadband than what’s offered by the major Internet providers.
Time Warner and Comcast are trying to build out a bigger footprint in rural communities, which could be a huge win for the cable companies.
In some areas, CenturyLink already offers a 5Mbps service to customers that don’t live near major cities.
But in the rural areas where the companies are offering speeds, Centurylink and Time West are offering more.
The reason for the big difference is that in rural America, it is more expensive to connect to the Internet than in cities.
So CenturyLink has to offer faster speeds to rural areas than the major ISPs.
The problem with the larger ISPs is that they offer service in a few places, and they are expensive to upgrade.
In most cases, the companies have to upgrade their infrastructure to make it work in rural locations.
That means that the companies will have to compete with other companies for customers.
That can mean paying for the infrastructure upgrades that are needed to meet the demand for faster Internet.
CenturyLink, for example, has been trying to make itself a bigger player in rural broadband for years.
For the past several years, the company has invested $3 billion to build and expand its fiber network.
But CenturyLink’s fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network is already working well in some rural areas in Georgia, Georgia Tech and Georgia.
And in the past two years, CenturyLog has spent $2.5 billion to improve the speed of its fiber optic network in rural Georgia.
That includes upgrading the fiber optics in some of its homes.
However, the Fiber To The Home (FTTN) technology is still in its infancy.
The first fiber optic fiber optic cable that CenturyLink built was completed in 2013 and is in service in several parts of the country.
In 2016, the cable company began testing its FTTH network in more than a dozen locations across the U and the Pacific Northwest.
In the past three years, it has expanded the network to more than 200 locations.
The FTTN technology is capable of delivering fiber to up to 50 feet away from the homes.
Centurylink is also looking to build an FTTH service in areas that it doesn’t currently offer fiber.
The network is designed to support up to 2.5 times the capacity of the traditional fiber optic networks that Centurylink operates in, but it will not be able to provide fiber to households.
Instead, CenturyLinks customers will be able access Internet speeds up the order of 10 megabittps (Mbps) and higher.
This means that in some areas that are already home to high-density residential development, the service will be offered in areas with little or no residential development.
In other areas, like urban areas, it will be available in areas where high-end residential development is already in place.
In 2018, CenturyTel announced that it will begin rolling out fiber optic service to rural communities in Texas, Mississippi and Virginia.
The goal is to offer service to people who are not currently on the fiber optic broadband network.
Fiber is still a relatively new technology in the US, and it has been tested in some locations only recently. In its