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it seems your cable bill is getting higher and your ability to pay
it is getting lower, that’s because it’s true. Since
2006, according to Bernstein Research senior analyst Craig Moffett,
cable television faces an “affordability crisis.”
says that cable companies have raised their rates approximately
29% since 2006. While cable prices have been going up, viewers have
seen a decline in income “in real terms,” according
to Moffett. He predicts that tens of millions of Americans will
soon find themselves unable to afford cable television.
fact, Moffett says that two out of every five Americans have “nothing
left” after paying for necessities such as healthcare, transportation,
food and housing. These “lower-end customers” are switching
to pay-as-you-go cell phones and Internet videos, in a trading-down
to lower expenses. Moffett believes this bottom-end trade-down happens
faster than the higher-income customers trade up to new smartphones
and other luxuries from phone and cable companies such as data plans
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report to his clients concluded that most consumers, tens of millions
of people in the US, will choose “good enough” cell
phone and video service rather than going further into debt for
services they see as luxuries.
deficit in low income cable services has not gone unnoticed or unaddressed
by the federal government. The Federal Trade Commission and the
major providers of broadband Internet service have formed a partnership.
Working together, the FTC and broadband providers, through the “Connect
to Compete” program, are bringing broadband service to low
the “Connect to Compete” program, broadband providers
offer large discounts to low income households, with no installation
fees. Qualifying for the program is not difficult for those on a
fixed income. Anyone who qualifies for other government low income
programs may be eligible for “Connect to Compete,” as
well as families with children in the free or discounted lunch program
at a public school.
you’re one of the tens of millions of Americans who cannot
afford cable or broadband Internet because of the rising prices,
you may qualify for the “Connect to Compete” program.
The program is designed to help families afford broadband access
in order to take advantage of opportunities they might otherwise
miss. To find out if you qualify for discounted cable television
with no installation fee, call (866)944-1755 today. It may be much
easier than you think to get low income cable for your family.
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all of this, as well as additional optional features such as digital
TV recording, multiple cable box options and DVR.
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