With so many people at home, Charter reporting no network issues in Kentucky
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- A spokesman for Charter Communications says the company’s network is doing fine in Kentucky, even with the amount of people staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Pedelty, a spokesman for Charter, sent WNKY the following statement when we asked how the network is handling the amount of people in Kentucky now spending more time online from home:
“Our network is built to exceed capacity at peak usage, which is typically in the evenings. We monitor our own networks 24×7 and consult regularly with other connectivity providers. It is still early, but thus far, across our network and theirs, any increase in daytime network activity has been modest, far below capacity and even still well below typical evening usage.”