Nationwide price hikes for Comcast’s cable TV and internet service are coming Jan. 1, a company representative confirmed. Standard monthly rates as well as additional fees not shown in advertised pricing will see increases, Ars Technica earlier reported.
TV customers will see a price increase of up to $4.50 a month on the Broadcast TV fee, as well as a $2 bump to the Regional Sports Network fee. That adds up to paying as much as $78 more per year. Currently, the Broadcast TV fee is between $7.90 and $14.95, depending on the market, while the RSN fee maxes out at $8.75 a month in most areas.
Six internet-only packages, which are currently priced