Spectrum Internet customers will soon find their Charter cancellation fee has increased. The company will start charging customers for the full month after cancellation, instead of giving you a prorated final bill (via ArsTechnica).

Charter Cancellation Fee

You should see the news in the fine print of your latest Charter bill:

Effective on or after June 23, 2019 and consistent with the Terms and Conditions of Service, Spectrum will no longer provide a pro rata credit for services sold on a monthly basis that are cancelled prior to the end of the current billing month.

With these terms, you’re better off canceling at the end of your billing periods.

Further Reading:

[Charter Spectrum App Rolls Out to Apple TV]

[Music Labels Sue Charter Because Pirates Have Fast Internet]

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It’s like they stay up nights figuring out ways to make people hate them more.