Time Warner Trial Set to Debut Thursday

June 3, 2008

As reported back in January, Time Warner Cable is making good on its promise to introduce tiered pricing in the southern Texas community of Beaumont.
The company is rolling out its consumption pricing trial in Beaumont this coming Thursday, with those who go over a preset bandwidth limit to be charged $1 per gigabyte.
Current company pricing will range from $30 a month for a 768 kbps (five-gigabyte monthly cap) to $55 a month for 15 mbps (40-gigabyte cap).
Time Warner said the trial is targeting the problem that just five percent of the company's subscribers take up half of the cable company's capacity.

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