Around 6 months ago I was offered a deal, which required me to sign a year agreement with time warner, that lowered my bill. This offer was a loyalty offer to keep me as a customer because another company was coming into town.
Time warner told me that it would be transferable if I were to move. I then moved about a month ago, but I move out of the state and outside of time warners marketing area. On October 3rd I called customer service and spoke to a rep who said that I would owe a cancelation fee. I found this unacceptable since the only reason I was canceling was because that could not transfere their product to my new address.
I then told the rep I wanted my cable shut off on the last day of the billing cycle (Oct. 25) She then put me on hold and a man came on the phone. He stated that I would not owe a cancelation fee due to the pricing program that I was in, and then asked when I would like to have my cable canceled. I was not moving till the 1st of November so I had him extend my service till then.
That cost me an extra $27 dollars. Well, on November 27th I decided that it would be a good idea to check my bill online. It showed a $95 early termination fee on it. I called time warner and they said there was no record of the man I had talked to saying that I would not have to pay the fee.
I feel taken advantage of by this company and I would never do business with them again. I have sice filed complaints with both the BBB, and the Public Utilties Commission.
Review about: Time Warner Cable Phone Service.