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Seen just on my Facebook recruiting an ad for $44.99 100mbps web, but links to 60 detours and it's clustered. They had a client with an OLD TWC account (7 up and .7 down) and they said the rate was only a new client (although they also bundles the telephone service) and want $100/mo instead.
You are in a completely different store, the store he is speaking about 100/10 is the basic pace for $44.99 promotion and $64.99 retailing. Velocities differ by area, so it is not unusual for advertisements not to show what is actually available at your location (this is true for all service, not just charter).
Yup, I've had 60/4 for many years, plus a both static IP and business telephone line, for $119/mo. I' ve tried to increase the download speeds up to 10 MB/sec, and they want $45/mo in addition. You' ll freak your self out if you try to point out all the deceit in the business.
WOW lnternet and.... Modified from a 60/4 schedule to 100/10 without problems, whatever! It shows on my bill a half moon with a schedule and then a new schedule. It was in an MN legacy charter area, I was given a 200 meg plant at almost twice the prices!
I' ve had a 60/4 layout for age, and am paying $119/mo for business web with a Static I. P. plus a business telephone line. I' ve checked with Charter to see if I could increase the download speeds to say 10 mb/sec, but they keep telling me that I need to get a new schedule somewhere between $45 and $55 higher per months.
That even raises the costs for my telephone line, which has nothing to do with the web (except part of the package). To the best of our ability, the downloading rate was increased to 100 mb/s over a year ago, but they never increased the rate for any reason.
A 100/10 Business Net with a fixed landline and a telephone line should not seem to be costing about 175 $/Mo!