Cable Price Hikes Outpace Inflation Every Single Year, Data Reveals

It’s no surprise the traditional television industry is bleeding subscribers. Consumers complain prices are too high and they’re right—for US cable, prices have risen beyond inflation rates every year for two decades straight. According to an FCC report revealed by CordCutting.com, cable cost an average of $22 per month in 1995—and now, just 20 years … Continue reading Cable Price Hikes Outpace Inflation Every Single Year, Data Reveals