|reply to atuarre |
Re: $40 dollar charge for them putting a splitter on a cable?
I thought that wiring and splitters inside the house are not considered the cable company's property even if they installed them. I know that you can hire contractors to install network, phone, and cable throughout a house being built but it wouldn't be the contractors property. You're just hiring them to install it but it is the homeowner's actual property.
So if the cable company has to drive out to your house to change out your splitter....wouldn't that come out of your wallet?
Once it's past their box on the pole, it's yours to deal with. You might get some techs that don't note the work done and don't charge you... but everything in the house is 'supposed' to be on you. On a new install, you're even supposed to be charged per outlet past the first resulting in a very quickly increasing install bill.....