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15444104
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join:2012-06-11
reply to 88615298

Re: Slow internet speeds at night

said by 88615298:



Now their 150/65 tier beats Charter's 100/5 tier for sure. But their 15/5 pricing is a joke. And people come here and complain that CHARTER doesn't have any low price internet tiers.

Yeah, so Charter is less reprehensible because they goose the customer a "bit less" then the competitor? LOL

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cork1958
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Re: Slow internet speeds at night

said by 15444104 See Profile

Yeah, so Charter is less reprehensible because they goose the customer a "bit less" then the competitor? LOL


That should say a "bit less than SOME competitors"

In areas where Charter may actually have some competition, I bet they don't goose some one as much. Funny thing is, if you've ever noticed, is that Charter is not in many areas where they actually have decent direct competition. I'm not counting your basic DSL either.
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BETA4

join:2010-12-26
I managed to get a hold of the area superviser or whatever; David benjamin, called him up, he told me to email him my info which I did, got a reply this morning that he will be looking into the matter.

We will see how this goes, but seeing at what has been done, or lack of, I don't have high hopes. Charter has gone down the toilet.

BETA4

join:2010-12-26
I have reached out to David via email and by phone and no answers or reply. I guess Charter is in a period where it wants to tonally disregard its customers. I think it's time to send an informal complaint, this slow internet issue due to overloaded nodes is unacceptable.

Strange Data

join:2012-08-25
Contact your local Public Utilities Commission and file a complaint with them. That will get them off their butts

15444104
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join:2012-06-11
said by Strange Data:

Contact your local Public Utilities Commission and file a complaint with them. That will get them off their butts

Yes, unfortunately it appears that Charter is going the way of ATT or even worse.

Only thing that will get their attention is having the PUC or FCC get on them.