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Existing customer Bill to high!

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Existing customer Bill to high!

Trying to find a way to lower our Bill we are currently paying 230.00  a month for the triple play package.  Any ideas?

 

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Re: Existing customer Bill to high!

Hey 1wert. I'd be happy to help find you a new promotion. I see your private messages so I'll continue our conversation there. 

 

 




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I just responded to your message, 1wert! 

 

 




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