Title: Charter Surpasses Comcast as Top Pay-TV Provider, Despite Previous Plans to Exit Industry

In a surprising turn of events, Charter has officially overtaken Comcast as the No. 1 pay-TV provider in the United States. This comes just months after Charter hinted at a possible exit from the pay-TV business. Let’s take a closer look at this unexpected development and what it means for the industry.

Section 1: Charter’s Rise to the Top
Charter, the second-largest cable operator in the US, has been steadily gaining subscribers over the past few years. In fact, in the first quarter of 2021, Charter added 355,000 new pay-TV subscribers, bringing their total to 16.3 million. This growth has been attributed to their focus on expanding their broadband services and offering competitive bundle packages.

Section 2: Comcast’s Decline
On the other hand, Comcast, the largest cable operator in the US, has been experiencing a decline in pay-TV subscribers. In the  

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