Here's to hoping they can do it. It would put some serious competition out there. Comcast is outpacing Charter right now. Charter in my area has yet to turn on multi channel upstream bonding. They have 8 channel downstream bonding, but not upstream. I have 60mbit down and a pathetic 4mbit upload. They offer 150mbit down / 7mbit upload, 7mbit is barley enough for TCP acknowledgement at 150mbit down. And the 150/7 service is a premium $100/mo+ over 60/4. On top of it, they charge $250 "Install fee". To install what, the operator couldn't answer, I have a DOCSIS 3.0 modem, lines fine, install what? It's a config file change. I was buckled down and was going to pay the extra $100 or whatever it was for the upgrade, but the $250 vague install fee I would not pay. Meanwhile, Comcast, in the town next to me offers 100mbit down, 20mbit upload STANDARD and offer 150 for $115/mo. Way cheaper than Charter. If Comcast ups their speed even more to 3.1 speeds, Charter would have to compete.