said by CXM_Splicer:
So the more money you have the less likely you are to try and negotiate the best possible deal? That sounds counter-intuitaiuve to me, please explain the dynamic of that. I don't know a lot of rich people that would willingly throw money away by choosing not to negotiate.
Nice try. Not sure how many "rich" people you actually know - the few that I associate with do, indeed, willingly throw money away on petty expenditures such as cable-broadband - the nominal annual savings aren't worth the effort, time, or headache to them.
I was, however, referring to the average household.
I'll explain it one last time.
If you aren't on a promotional rate, you're leaving a lot of money on the table.
If you are on a promotional rate, and you let it expire, wait three months, then act surprised and complain that your rate "went up", the expense did not affect you, since you had it on "auto-pay" and you don't scrutinize your statements or set alarms for contractual anniversary dates.