Last month Comcast announced that they had lost 732,000 TV customers in 2019. Comcast went on to warn that TV prices are expected to increase in 2020. Not a shock as Comcast has raised TV prices already in 2020 just a few months after announcing the last round of price hikes. For now, Comcast has not said when or by how much prices will increase, but Comcast has confirmed it will happen in 2020.
This all comes as Comcast just raised their price back in December with customers seeing the increase hit their bills in January. Comcast was not alone. DIRECTV, Optimum, Spectrum, and more have all raised their prices over the last few months.
Cord Cutters News has learned from talking to sources inside Comcast that not only is Comcast planning more TV price hikes but is looking at raising the cost of modem rentals. Some reports have said the cost of Comcast’s Xfinity Secure package for Internet with modem, Wi-Fi, and unlimited data will soon cost even more on top of your Internet bill.
Comcast already charges $14 for modem rentals in many markets after the most recent price hike on Comcast Internet customers.
If you have yet to cut the cord this may be the perfect time to do so. You can find our guide on how to cut the cord and still watch what you want after you break free of services like Comcast HERE.
Did you know we now have a FREE app for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire? Click HERE to download our app.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for our live Q&A, weekly news recap, and more.
Follow us for more cord cutting news, tips, and reviews.
Plus, join our Tech Support Facebook Group for cord cutting support from our community.
Sign up for our newsletter
Get our weekly newsletter, the latest deals, and much more.