|reply to Rob |
Re: HD Programming..
If the price increase is due (in part) to an increase in the cost of providing HD programming, then why not raise that line item cost from $9.95 to cover the increase?
Example: If the total increase is $3.00, and $1.50 of that is due to increases in providing the HD channels, then $1.50 should be added to the "general" TV part, and $1.50 should be added to the HD Programming Charge (bringing it up from $9.95 to $11.45).
Now, my numbers in my example are made up, as I have no idea what they really are. But, my point is this: Since Comcast has on their bill the breakdown for specific items, and if those specific items cost more to provide, then why not increase only those specific items, and not the overall bill? This way, people can see exactly where the increase in costs are, and then make a choice to either keep those items, or make a change in what services they want.
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