Tens of millions of Xfinity cable customers will see their bills rise 3% nationwide on average, a company spokesperson said Tuesday. Customers in Philadelphia have received notices that price hikes st
As if inflation and higher utility bills weren’t enough, Comcast is raising TV and internet prices starting in late December.
Tens of millions of Xfinity cable customers will see their bills rise 3% nationwide, on average, a company spokesperson said Tuesday. Customers in Philadelphia have received notices that price increases will start Dec. 20.
The Philadelphia cable giant is increasing prices for some TV packages. The increases don’t affect promotional prices, which are locked in during the promotional period. But even if your promotion hasn’t expired, you’ll likely still pay more for TV service next month. That’s because Comcast is again hiking fees for broadcast television, local sports, cable boxes, and remotes — charges that are often just a few bucks more but together drive up the overall bill.
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