Three major internet service providers have announced major price hikes only days after the FCC voted to roll back on net neutrality protections.
Comcast, Cox and Frontier have announced different price increases that will take effect in the new year.
Comcast says customers can expect a $3-$3.50 increase in their streaming TV service Instant TV subscription and a 10% bump in modem rental fees.
Cox has sent subscribers the following notice on their changes:
Starter will change from $34.99 to $36.99.
Essential will change from $52.99 to $55.99.
Preferred will change from $67.99 to $71.99.
Preferred 100 will change from $72.99 to $76.99.
Premier will change from $79.99 to $82.99.
Frontier will put $2 ‘Internet Infrastructure Surcharge’ on most accounts.