Cinci Bell has price-capped bundle offer

Regional independent telco Cincinnati Bell is introducing a "Priced For Life" service bundle that the company claims will allow customers who bundled two or more services covered by the program to sign on to a permanent monthly rate. The program taps into perhaps the oldest and most obvious rule governing customer loyalty: Don't raise prices.

There is no minimum contract required to participate--other than the implicit lifetime commitment, of course. The rate established remains in place as long as the customer doesn't change residences or service features. The company also says in a press release that "some add-on features, federal and state taxes, surcharges and fees are not covered by the Priced For Life bundle program."

For more:
- Here's the Cincinnati Bell press release on BusinessWire

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