Have you ever gotten an alert from your Time Warner Cable that your prices went up? I have, plenty of times. So how do you keep a promotional rate going without having to pay the high prices?
Last Friday, my internet rate went up from $44.99 to $52.99. I called
immediately and the first representative didn't offer me any
promotions. The second time I called, the representative offered me
$44.99 or $39.99 with a credit card on file. I chose to get the $39.99
with credit card on file for the next 6 months, which is a $13 savings
Photo via Flickr courtesy of Johnathan Nightingale
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Level 3 Communications, provider of the fiber-based communication services central for the Netflix streaming option, has accused cable giant Comcast of charging exorbitant fees to send data to its subscribers. Level 3 filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission, claiming that Comcast's action "threatens the open Internet" by charging a fee that puts competitors at a disadvantage.
This incident has sparked yet another debate about net neutrality.
As somebody who works from home, I need internet access 24 hours a day. Any downtime can lead to a backup in my schedule, as well as clients left waiting for my work. For this reason, I am adamant that my internet service provider offers top-notch service.
Last week, I ran into a slight issue.
By ChristopherBGuest Blogger
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