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Time Warner learns from mistakes, reintroduces optional usage-based billing

Looking to save a few bucks on your broadband bill? If you live in some Texas cities, Time Warner Cable has a plan for you. In a blog post earlier this week, the cable ISP announced plans to bring back usage-based pricing—but only if you want to cap yourself. TWC's new "Essentials" plan will knock $5 off your monthly bill as long as you keep your usage below 5GB. TWC will provide you with a meter so you can track your usage up to the minute.
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