Spectrum, formerly Time Warner Cable, advertises its services as superior because customers don’t have to sign a contract. Here’s what Spectrum means by “no contract.”
I have had the same cable service package -- basic internet, telephone, and television -- for over 15 years. Between July 2017 and May 2018, shortly after Spectrum took over Time Warner, my cable bill has increased 37 percent. And that increase has been sporadic; one month it increases a few dollars; the next it stays the same.
In Spectrum-speak, “no contract” means Spectrum can raise your rate whenever it wants to however much it wants. Beware. They will.