But they won't learn
This just proves how hard it is, and how much money it really takes to do all this. And that doesn't even take in the added CSR's to deal with angry customers.
It's not quite the cash cow they envisioned, but you don't see Suddenlink just giving up yet, of course.
gatorkramNeed for SpeedPremiumReviews:
Considering they say, only about %1 of their userbase hit these numbers, I don't think they expect it to be a cash cow. More like it's their plan to keep everyones usage down, thus investments go further.
Thats my take on the whole overage thing. That and trying to kill off internet video.--
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More like kill internet video and force you into subscribing to their cable.
It's their way to make sure you pay for their cable no matter what you do. Even if you'd rather go with a satellite dish.
lol. if you say so.
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|reply to gatorkram | said by gatorkram:
Considering they say, only about %1 of their userbase hit these numbers...
If you can't trust some of their numbers, all of their numbers become suspect.