| Review by kingdome74 |
member for 11.1 years, 4525 visits, last login: a few hours ago
updated 1.8 years ago
- $170 per month
- "Fast, dependable"
- "cost, constant threats of caps"
- "Great cable that needs to understand what the cunsumers need is not less service but more"
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Well, well, well... you want my review? OK... here is it... LOLOLOLOLOOLOL. I told you all 7 months ago that TW was looking at caps and the industry as a whole would start with caps. Fast forward to now. Everyday on the front page of this site is story after story about very low caps and very high bills for overages. You disbelieve at your own peril. Only in Canada you say? *snicker* Look at our telcos.
Do I like TW's product? Yes as it is right now. One slip up and I'll cut the frigin' cord. I will. You damn sure need me more than I need you.
Edit - and, as it turns out, I don't need TW a damn bit. I put them to the curb along with AT+T with all this cap nonsense. I switched to Verizon FiOS triple the speed, awesome HD TV picture, tons of flexibility for $30 a month cheaper, and NO threats of caps... yeah, bye-bye Time Warner.
LOL, no caps, puleeze.
Ready to eat crow now? I guess you and a couple of other posters here were wrong about that cap issue. It's been well over a year and they still don't have caps. Looking at how mobile is shaping up though, I'd say caps for all access are not too far down the line. Corporations own Congress.
P.S. I don't defend TWC because I know they're in the business of maximizing profits at our expense (like your AT&T buddies ). If something they do causes 10,000 deaths and they do the cost benefit analysis of what they gained at the expense of legal, lost customers, etc. and come out $0.05 ahead, they'd do it in a heartbeat. Because they're required to maximize shareholder profits by law.