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Time Warner Cable - What they do and don't want you to know.

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Uploaded on Mar 31, 2011

Time Warner Cable just loves to screw people over. They love to offer new customers such "low" rates, and then jack up the price either after a year, or when a customer wants to switch services. For existing customers(back in 2011 when this video was shot), to get low rates, they lock you into a two-year contract and threaten you with a $150 cancellation fee to keep you from cancelling or changing services. When a two-year contract is up, they re-lock you in with higher rates without permission so you will be stuck with the high prices unless you pay the huge fee to break the contract. The only way you are notified of a new upcoming contract is via a little postcard in the mail.

I laugh each time this commercial airs, and they mention their "Next Generation Home Phone". Sorry Time Warner, magicJack (Now magicJack PLUS) has already proven what "Next Generation" is with Next Generation pricing of $29.95 a year for Next Generation landline telephone technology without needing a computer to work... after a year is up, their "Triple Play" isn't such a good play after all. I'll just keep my magicJack Plus. The digital TV and Internet is wonderful. For the phone, I'd just recommend you skip theirs and get a magicJack Plus.

Now TWC is pulling channels from their analog service and hitting up Internet and N.G.H.P. users with $4 fees for equipment. Next thing, they might start charging N.G.H.P users with long distance fees like an old telephone company!

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