All cable companies have a way to get under our skin, but Charter can be the best in the industry. On Monday, Asheville Citizen Times was among the first to report that the charter will raise prices for Spectrum TV customers starting next month. For customers with "A Packaged Spectrum Services", which can cost a total of $ 7.61 per month.
"We have notified customers and franchisees starting in November, the rates for some Spectrum services and equipment are being adjusted," Charter told Citizen Times . "The new prices will affect all markets."
Here is the complete list of price increases, as revealed by Charter spokeswoman Patti Michel and Ars Technica :
- The TV surcharge will increase from $ 8.85 to
- Spectrum receivers increase from $ 6.99 to $ 7.50 / month.
- Increase from $ 54.99 to $ 59.99 / month for Spectrum Internet for customers who subscribe to Spectrum TV.
- Increase from $ 64.99 to $ 65.99 / month for Spectrum Internet for customers who do not subscribe to Spectrum TV.
- Digital adapters will increase from $ 4.99 to $ 5.99 / month.
- A à la carte Latino TV channel package will increase from $ 7.99 to $ 8.99 /month.
"The price on Spectrum Internet reflects the dramatically faster speeds and investments we have made in reliability and quality, "said Michel." Earlier this year, we doubled the start speed of Spectrum Internet from 1
As Ars Technica notes in its report, Charter covers 26 million customers in 41 states. Although not all of these customers use Charter services exclusively, price increases will affect virtually anyone, whether it's as little as a few extra dollars a year or possibly over 90 dollars, as is the case for those who use all Charter services. Those under contract with promotional prices will not be affected until the campaign expires.