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November 21, 2006

Cable bills on the rise next year

Posted by Kim Peterson at 1:11 PM

Comcast is raising prices again. The company said today that starting in January, the average customer's bill in Washington will go up by about 4 percent. There will be no increases for high-speed Internet or digital voice services, however.

Comcast also said it will hire 350 more service technicians and customer service representatives. Construction is under way on a new customer service center in Lynnwood, which is expected to open in July, and Comcast said it's planning to hire nearly 300 more people in 2007.

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