Why Isn't TW Telling Their Customers to Shut Up?

Ars Technica did a little digging in Time-Warner's annual report, and found this gem: Time-Warner's digital phone bill is an order of magnitude bigger than their Internet bill.

Time-Warner will pay $453 million this year for "digital phone connectivity". They will pay $40 million for "high-speed data connectivity" (i.e., the Internet). Yet Time-Warner's phone plans are unlimited, they charge less for phone service, and they have not discussed capping their customers' telephone usage.


Throughout this disaster I've been making comments about how TWC wants to meter Internet while at the same time endlessly promoting their unlimited phone plans.

Now we have numbers to back consumers' complaints.

Hypocrisy is job one at Time Warner