Spectrum is the largest wireless spectrum provider in the United States.
It’s owned by Sprint and owned by Time Warner Cable, as well as Verizon Wireless and Charter Communications.
The company also has access to wireless networks in the Midwest, West, Northeast, South and Southeast.
Spectrum also provides gigabit Internet to businesses in urban centers, such as Chicago and San Francisco.
When it first went live in 1996, Spectrum was sold for $6 billion to AT&T, which was acquired by Time-Warner Cable in 2007.
Since then, the company has made a name for itself with its 4G LTE service.
It also has the largest spectrum footprint in the country.
The first customer to receive a 4G service in the city of Philadelphia was Spectrum’s own customer, Frank J. Stork.
Spectrum launched its 4,000 megawatt 4G network in March.
The service was available to anyone who had a Spectrum device that had been registered by Spectrum in the last four years.
Spectrum customers can also access other wireless networks, including 3G and 3T.
The FCC is planning to launch a nationwide 4G mobile network, though the specifics have yet to be finalized.
Spectrum has been under intense scrutiny since the company was bought by Time Verizon in 2009.
Since Spectrum was acquired, the FCC has repeatedly said it wants to ensure that spectrum used to build its 4T service is used to provide broadband to customers who live outside the Northeast.
A report by the Federal Communications Commission in June said Spectrum has the potential to significantly boost broadband speeds, especially in areas that have not yet been tapped for 4T.