Category Archives: Time Warner

Old school thinking in new broadband pricing strategy

I read a story this morning at the New York Times about Time Warner’s plans to change broadband subscriptions into rate plans where additional fees kick in when a user passes a provided limit in bandwidth. From the NY times … Continue reading

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