Consumer sues Time Warner Cable over false broadband pricing

A recent suit filed by a New York City consumer against Time Warner Cable over broadband pricing shows that customers want clarity on what they are paying for. According to a FierceCable report, a consumer is suing the cable giant over claims that an Internet package advertised to him at $34.99 actually costs $94.45. Read more

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