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Time Warner Cable customers reject offer of cheaper service with data caps

13
Mar
2014

Internet service provider Time Warner Cable recently made customers an offer. In exchange for a discount of roughly $60 per year on their home Internet service, subscribers could opt for a new service plan that capped their data at 30 gigabytes each billing period. While the prospect of saving money on steep monthly cable bills is certainly appealing, TWC customers have spoken loud and clear: No, we don’t want data caps. During the recent Deutsche Bank Media, Internet and Telecom conference in Florida, Time Warner Cable chairman and CEO Rob Marcus said that practically no subscribers took the ISP up on its offer for cheaper service with a data cap. Light Reading reports that Marcus confirmed the number of subscribers now on

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