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TWC] Charter Spectrum Business Internet - New Tariffs 2016-12-13 - Charter Spectrum
Just received an e-mail from my TWC (now Charter Spectrum) representative saying that there will be new web pricing for business clients tomorrow: I' m trying to find out if these rates are valid for existing and new clients, but I haven't got anything back yet. Quite sure that it was for both new and non-contractual clients, he had to verify it; he was not excluded from the charter teleconference where they gave him 10 min before :lol:
Ninety-nine for 300/20, plus you had to put in $35 for 5 fixed and $29 for a telephone line, and that was all on a 3-year-agreement. At present something like $240+tax is paid for 100 Internet+statics+phone (but don't really use the phone). Yes, the business grade advice from TWC is shameless!
I' ve been reading that Charter Spectrum has really poor telephone schedules, especially for making calls internationally. Using the magical words "at&t Uverse", I tried that too...... and was told: "We will gladly compare a competitor's offer with a signed, current quotation from him". Ninety-nine for 300/20, plus you had to put in $35 for 5 fixed and $29 for a telephone line, and that was all on a 3-year-agreement.
I thought this fusion was just terrible because Charter sucked? I' ve just seen on-line that we are now looking at the Charter Spectrum rate structure and facilities, so I decide to call them to see what they can do to lower my rate. Well they were able to duplicate my rate from 50/5 to 100/10, keep all the same facilities up to 3 telephone wires and a fixed ID and let my bill fall from $330 to $208 per months.
Wow, that call spared my job $120 a months (not a little money). We will see how the home services changes, because these are still old TWC-parcels. 1999 not pooled in existing charter business areas. Our wisdom is that you are dealing with a seller/account manager at TWC Business Classic, and as soon as the order is accepted, they come from the sky.
Exactly had Spectrum Business calling me back and saying they couldn't put me in the lower parcel, and instead could only give me another one that would cost me $25 MORE than the $328 per months I paid, and that's all I could do. Notice that the new price setup has several bends for page gradations, upgrade, and non-contractual scenario closing Spectrum Business/TWCBC.
So, does anyone get tariffs for current clients? Uh, I phoned my agent directly and she went to San Antonio - I think he's off TWC/Charter. A lot may find it difficult to believe, but we work well with 7 x 1 Mb/s services, so we won't be justifying double our costs.
Seems like a little mess at TWC I mean charter I mean Spectrum. I was told that these rates only apply to new service and that he can no longer negotiate with current clients, and my bank answered me and gave me another telephone # to request changes to current line.
As I phoned to see if I can get my prices down and Representative explained to me that it would go from 249. It also explained to me that 99. 99 for new business proprietors would get that price and it explained to me that present business proprietors would not get that price.
When you want better prices, go to the wholesaling department. Said by Mackey: Today I talked to a representative through chats and received different prizes. I' ve been said that the 100/10 set is available for me at the $129/mo with or without a telephone pack and for the 60/5 set the $79/mo or $89/mo when I pack the vote is the one.
I just remembered that I didn't ask if this includes or doesn't include stateful IP's, so I'll go over it. I' m a NYC BC client with 2 phone wires and 10/1 (actually about 17/2) www. and I was just rumored I only had to add $20.
Twenty-five -five hundred and ten without a telephone. 270 100/10 dollars with telephone. Though I believe that these also contain 5 fixed IPSs, I am not sure. This is not a contracted price, and the $35/month/line telephone call is now fully available (in the past, TWC would need a telephone call for some shops). When you call, you'll probably get better rates.
And when I phoned, I was said it would be $120. 00, plus tax and charges for 2 phone line and 60/5 www. As I was doing the chats, I got the higher prizes that you, uh, mention.