Time Warner Cable's PayXpress is an online bill payment system that allows Time Warner customers to pay their cable bills online and view the status of their accounts. It lets users choose from various convenient payment options, including debit card, credit card or electric bank fund transfer. Users can view six months of past statements. As of 2014, access to PayXpress is now available at My Services for residential customers.
As of 2014, Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable provider in the United States. It serves customers in 29 states and has 31 separate operating divisions. Although once controlled by Time Warner, since 2009 Time Warner Cable has been an entirely independent company with no corporate affiliation with Time Warner. In 2014, Comcast acquired full ownership of Time Warner Cable, pending regulatory approval.
As of 2014, Time Warner Cable employs over 50,000 people and provides video, high-speed data and voice services to more than 15 million customers. The company also owns and operates local all-news channels in New York, Texas and North Carolina.
In the 1990s, Time Warner Cable became the first cable company to win an Emmy when it was awarded the Engineering Award for Outstanding Achievement in Technological Development in recognition of the company's work with fiber optics.