• Cable TV prices keep going up as more people cut the cord

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        Posted 01/12/2018 12:05 PM - Hide
      • Cable and satellite TV providers are ringing in the new year with an unwelcome gift: higher cable bills.

        Comcast, for instance, says customer bills will rise 2.2 percent, on average, in 2018. AT&T is raising DirecTV’s prices by up to $8 a month in mid-January. Smaller providers are planning increases, too.

        https://nypost.com/2018/01/05/cable-tv-prices-keep-going-up-as-more-people-cut-the-cord/
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