Charter Communications asks too muchPublished 9:01pm Wednesday, February 26, 2014
To the editor:
Charter Communications is nickel-and-diming us again. They now require a cable box for subscribers to watch their service on any and all televisions — even those that were bought HD- and cable-ready.
There are people who want nothing more than basic cable by means of plug and play, with no additional cost. We already know cable fees are high and seem to change with every bill.
What ever happened to basic cable?
With this new requirement from Charter, does this mean that hotels, hospitals, nursing homes and schools will require a cable box for every TV?