Seems like Comcast is bumping up rates all over the nation. Chicago, Houston, Seattle, San Francisco and Lancaster, PA have all seen big bumps in pricing from 6.9% to as high as 12.5%. This is on top of a 4.1% increase foisted upon us in January. The company is blaming increased customer service costs; they've hired about 400 more techs and customer service staff. I call it a shameless attempt to use TV revenues to further subsidize their other offerings. How long until the Wasatch Front sees yet another pricing jump?
(Hat tip: The Consumerist)