If there’s one word that everyone in Treasure Valley and beyond must be tired of by now, it’s “inflation.” Most people can’t even explain what inflation is. Others use it as an excuse for everything. The only other “me word” that rivals anger might be “Reversal” — but we’ve yet to feel that one this year. Let’s pretend it doesn’t exist right now.
Browsing the local Boise internet, we came across a lively discussion about Sparklight, one of the TWO leading internet providers in Treasure Valley. Let’s be clear – the internet still seems to be a hot topic here. After all, your only widely accepted options are Century Link or Sparklight and you’re splitting your hairs comparing their prices.
Over the weekend, a conversation erupted that appeared to question Sparklight’s decision to quietly raise its price for certain Boise customers.
Inside Sparklight’s Sneaky Internet Price Rise
Residents of Boise are not happy with the price increase that seems to have happened very quietly on their Sparklight statements.
Have you noticed a change in your bills?
Internally, we spoke to some colleagues and after asking them to verify their statements, of course: price hike!
What could be just a few dollars a month, comes at a much higher cost by the end of the year – if every Boise Sparklight customer is paying $50 or more a year for their service, Sparklight gets one. considerable profit. — do they deserve it? Especially since they so often encourage automatic payment and paperless invoicing.
Tip: Check your Sparklight bill this month.
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