said by Mr Matt:
Netflix might as well forget streaming their movies to customers. Cable Broadband providers will impose pricing penalties wherever they can in order to protect their pay television revenue and avoid the cost of upgrading their networks. Unless the government regulates pricing and/or forces the incumbent ISP's to open up the last mile from their headends or central offices to customers premises, for other ISP's the situation is hopeless.
Charter charges $10 extra if you don't have TV, but their lowest TV package is $30.