said by FFH5:
The deal increased their subscriber count from 350,000 to 1.9 million, which has had a very ugly impact on service quality in the city -- complaints tripling from a year earlier.
Doesn't sound so bad to me. The number of customers increases by 5.5 times, but the number of complaints only tripled.
The article seems to imply that they didn't sufficiently increase their customer service staffing, if at all. Perhaps the number itself is outpaced by the increase in subscribers (an over 6-fold increase in customers versus a 3-fold increase in complaints) but indications are that Time Warner really could have done better.--
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