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Comcast raises prices for DVR service

Some of you may have noticed a letter from Comcast in the mail saying that DVR service will change from $9.95 to $13.95, beginning August 30th.

A coworker of mine from Broward just got this letter. Comcast says the price adjustment is because of the added HD channels and other upgrades made to the South Florida area, like Channel 1 On Demand programming. As of May, Comcast's South Florida network added HD channels for Animal Planet, ABC Family, Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, Food Network, HGTV, History Channel, Science Channel, TBS, TLC and USA.


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