Albany Times Union: Turned Off By Cable Bills

Times Union — Don’t feel like a deadbeat if you’re having trouble paying that hefty cable bill this month — you are not alone.

Over the past 12 months, Time Warner Cable sent more than 1.7 million past-due notices to residential customers in New York state — and shut off or suspended service to nearly 600,000 households — for falling behind on their bills.

The New York City cable giant revealed the numbers in a filing it is using to try to convince regulators to make it easier to shut off phone service to delinquent customers.

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