How to make sense of home internet adjustment plan?

I pay $35/ month for my home internet (15Mbps) and I'd like to move to a a30Mbps connection. But when I go to "adjust my plan", it tells me that 15Mbps is $40 and 30Mbps is $45
So there's a $10 jump for me to go to 30Mbps?

Answers

  • Mike
    Mike Voici mon code de référence => K61CD <= Here my referral code => K61CD <=Posts: 18,410
    Hi Jim
    Yes if you change your plan you will pay the current price, which is higher at this moment

    Therefore Yes the prices are right
  • your current price is grandfathered in. if you change you lose that discount
  • So_AR
    So_AR Posts: 776
    you paie the actual price when you change
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