Time Warner Cable again boosting rates


BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Many Time Warner Cable customers will see their bill go up in March.

The cable provider is raising its rates by about six percent. The cost of “standard TV” will go up by $2.50 while “preferred TV” will go up by $3.50. All internet packages are going up by $3.

The changes will not effect customers who are currently in a promotional deal.

Time Warner Cable says the rate hike is due to the rising costs of broadcasters’ programming fees.

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