Bankrupt Cable Company Unveils New High-Speed Broadband Service

By Alfred McRobotface

ATLANTA—In what many believe will be the first step toward the exciting future of cable television, cable company Time Warner Cable announced Tuesday that it has launched a new high-speed broadband service. “Time Warner Cable is committed to offering the best television in the world to customers with cable, and now we’re happy to take on the cable industry in a way that has never been done before,” said CEO Steve Burke, adding that the company’s new service, which will be delivered through fiber optic cables, is expected to offer reliable, high-speed internet access to customers in over 300 countries. “They say that one day it might happen, but until then we’re going to keep delivering the best entertainment on the network with fiber optics.” At press time, Burke announced that the new service will be available for $20 per month.

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