TWC – Inserts Cap n Tier Language Back Into Subscriber Agreement
According to a well informed post by Stop the Cap, this language has appeared in the Time Warner Cable subscriber agreement:
6. Special Provisions Regarding HSD Service
Not much to be said about that. The Stop the Cap article really digs into the meat of it. But my take is, WE WILL IMPOSE CAPS and WE WILL USE ANY METHOD WE WANT TO KEEP YOU IN COMPLIANCE.
Personally I will be dropping ALL of my Time Warner services this week as I re-hookup with ATT. Even going back to the death star seems better than letting TWC dictate these type of terms. AND I’m going to save about 30 bucks a month!! I’ll let you know if my service suffers when I switch to DSL from cable. But I’m happy to see TWC go.
- They’re Back: Time Warner Cable Adds Cap ‘n Tier Language to Subscriber Agreements
- TIME WARNER CABLE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES SUBSCRIBER AGREEMENT
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