How to raise your cable bill
Posted On June 21, 2021
The cable industry has been struggling to balance the demands of the growing popularity of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu and the demands from consumers for more reliable television.
But some are trying to push back against the industry’s demands for a bigger slice of the market, and are looking to the industry for creative ways to pay for it.
For one, some cable companies have begun offering incentives to customers who pay for cable with their cable bills.
A company called DirecTV Now, for instance, will refund customers an extra $15 a month for each cable bill they sign up for.
That could be worth as much as $150 a month, depending on how much you pay for TV in each billing cycle.
Another way the industry is making the case for a big cable bill is by asking its subscribers to contribute to a fund.
The industry has long encouraged its subscribers, especially those with high-paying jobs, to donate money to the fund to help it pay for programming.
But many cable companies are looking at how they can do that for the entire company, instead of just to the cable provider.
And a company called the Cable Guys Network has launched a new campaign to try to raise money for a cable bill for all its members.
The campaign aims to collect $2 million over the next three months to help pay for a network of local news stations and other local programming that could help offset the cost of cable bills for cable customers.
The Cable Guys’ campaign is also trying to educate its members about how they should raise their cable bill, as it’s a common misconception that cable bills can’t be raised at all.
The campaign, which includes a number of TV shows and online resources, includes videos, interviews and podcasts about the cable industry and how it can help pay off its bills.
One of the most popular videos, titled “The cable bill has a future,” shows a cable company worker in the video explaining how a cable contract can allow for up to $100 in savings to the customer.
Another campaign, titled, “The Cable Guy in the Morning,” features a former cable company employee explaining how an average cable bill could be $40.
That employee goes on to say that the cable company has a $150 bill on its books that can pay for about half of its employees salaries.
The campaigns have been running on the cable channel, but they have also been airing on other networks like ESPN, Fox, TNT and USA, as well as on the official site of the Cable Guy Network.
The cable company website is also being updated with information about the campaign, and you can watch the ads on a new channel, The Cable Guy.
The Cogent is one of the few major cable companies that is still pushing for a larger slice of its customers to pay cable bills on a monthly basis, and the company has been getting some help from the cable guys.
In a letter sent to cable customers in January, the Cogents CEO John Mullen wrote that while he does not want to take up the issue of raising a larger bill, the cable companies has been “pushing hard to help us raise the price of the bundle.”
The Cogs chief executive, Jon Wieder, also noted that the company’s current cable bills are “not too far out of line” with those of other companies.
“We want to be the most affordable cable service in the world,” he wrote.
“The COGENTS plan will be for everyone to get the lowest cost and best quality cable package in the industry.”