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|Internet service customers paying for inefficiency|
(From The Los Angeles Times) Lee Post signed up for high-speed Internet service from AT&T in 2009 for $10 a month. He knew this was an introductory rate and that, come 2010, the monthly cost would rise to $14.95.
What Post didn't know was that this rate wasn't very permanent either. When 2011 rolled around, his Internet bill jumped 33% to $19.95.
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