Originally Posted by dev
that's what i expect, the early adopters help pay for the technology being used and i also expect the monthly price to drop in a year or so
But recent history shows that isn't what cable does with the broadband. Instead they increase the service for the price you pay.
I'm sure someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but even when ntl introduced modem broadband, there wasn't price drop for the existing STB broadband options, just a new cheaper/slower tier was introduced (at Ã‚Â£17.99 rather than Ã‚Â£24.99).